Last Activity:11-29-2015 7:57 PM
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Posted in thread: Austin Homebrew Burner vs. Blichmann TopTier on 11-29-2015 at 07:40 PM
+1on the Blichmann burner, a very solid investment. What've particularly like is how quite they
run (I run two at once).
Posted in thread: Should I transfer the the hop material from the kettle to fermenter or not? on 11-29-2015 at 01:04 PM
I dump the trub into the fermenter and let the yeast sort it out. In my experience (60+
non-strained batches), I've not run into a problem with a finished product (no grassy taste,
etc.). On the plus ...
Posted in thread: Advice on which new kegs to buy on 11-29-2015 at 12:56 PM
Double post :(
Posted in thread: Advice on which new kegs to buy on 11-29-2015 at 12:54 PM
I have 5 used kegs from beverage Elements, I could care less what they look like and since they
are all class 2 in condition, they have no real dents just scratches and I got them for $50.00
Posted in thread: Put on a CAPTCHA for cryin out loud on 11-26-2015 at 02:39 AM
Is there a way for a regular Joe User to kill threads so they are not list for them any longer
(I don't mean a site wide delete just remove the list from new unread messages for a user)?
Their are a n...
Posted in thread: question about BIAB kits on 11-26-2015 at 02:28 AM
Using BIAB you can brew any all grain recipe (i.e., 5-gallon), NB is just positioning the BIAB
at 3-gallons to avoid cannibalizing their all grain equipment sales (e.g., three tier systems,
Posted in thread: Tips for huge beer using biab on 11-26-2015 at 02:10 AM
I just did a 28.5 pd Zhukov clone, as was stated earlier, grind to dust, get as much water in
as possible and pray for the best.What has not been mentioned, but what I found invaluable is
Posted in thread: Westvleteren 12 Clone - Multiple Award Winner on 11-09-2015 at 12:13 AM
I've brewed and fermented my Westy 12 clone, but I keg. My normal process is to force carb for
3-days and enjoy. With large beers (RIS) I force carb, let age for the 3-6 months required.I'm
Posted in thread: Successes and failures with grain mills, what mill has worked best for you? on 11-01-2015 at 08:11 PM
I am going to be the guy (since I have three in me right now) that will say that most people
will spend $200 to solve a $40 problem... Infer what you will...I love my JSP mill, but Fred is
right. A $4...
Posted in thread: Successes and failures with grain mills, what mill has worked best for you? on 11-01-2015 at 01:39 AM
I just love my JSP mill ( It's a solid 10" wide and cracks up the grains perfectly. I BIAB, so
I have cranked down the gap (I have the adjustable mill) it is the perfect crush.I would highly