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  • Upgraded: I'm using a bayou classic 22g SS boil kettle on a bayour classic burner. Mash tun is a 70qt cooler with copper manifold (never had a stuck sparge yet!) I'm kegging now with a 4 tap keezer.rnrnOLD: I was brewing with a Bayou Classic (sold as a turkey deep fryer) for my kettle and my heat source. I have four 6 Gallon glass carboys, two 3 gallon carboys, and a standard bottling bucket.
  • Yeast strains are my major area of interest now. I've dialed in my brewing process to get the beers I want with the flavor profiles I expect using traditional brewing practices. Now I want to start messing with using non-traditional yeast strains with different brews. Things like a belgian saison yeast in a pale ale? Or a Belgian Strong Ale yeast in an IPA?
  • American Pale Ale (5g) - WY 3725rnAmerican Pale Ale (5g) - US-05
  • Triple Split batch of sours (primary us-05):rn- 5g - secondary of WY 3763rn- 2.5g - secondary WLP 645rn- 2.5g - secondary WY 3278
  • Tap 1 - SMaSH IPA Marris Otter/CascadernTap 2 - Clemifornia CommintinernTap 3 - Sugarloaf Brown AlernTap 4 - ESB
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  • Posted in thread: FastRack - FastFerment Giveaway - Open to all! on 07-03-2014 at 11:14 PM
    I'm in

  • Posted in thread: $50 Dedicated HERMS on 04-01-2014 at 11:12 PM

  • Posted in thread: Red Rye Mini-IPA - I need feedback on 03-28-2014 at 05:27 PM
    It came out great! It was definitely not as red as I was hoping, more on the amber side. It was
    delicious, and yes BeerSmith.

  • Posted in thread: SSR voltage leak on 03-16-2014 at 11:13 AM
    In total this project is going to cost me about $130. However, it will also give me the ability
    to add raspberry pints into the mix for virtually nothing. I'm in the final stages of testing
    this with ...

  • Posted in thread: SSR voltage leak on 03-15-2014 at 07:25 PM
    The other option is an n channel mosfet, but I like the convenience of screw based connectors.
    Worth the extra money to me.

  • Posted in thread: SSR voltage leak on 03-15-2014 at 04:35 PM
    Hello All!I had a quick discussion about this same topic over on the raspberry pi forums: end
    conclusion is that this particular SSR has a large leakage allowance. The solution is to use a

  • Posted in thread: SSR voltage leak on 03-15-2014 at 12:14 AM
    For this application I need to have the DC voltage constantly available so when I send the pin
    on the Raspberry Pi hi to trigger the SSR all the valve will open and beer will flow. I'm
    trying to avoid...

  • Posted in thread: SSR voltage leak on 03-14-2014 at 11:50 PM
    Can you expand on that at all? Do you mean using a mechanical relay? An electromagnetic relay
    for example?

  • Posted in thread: SSR voltage leak on 03-14-2014 at 11:28 PM
    Hello All!I'm fairly new to Raspberry Pi, but I'm a fairly old hat at electronics. Here's what
    I'm doing:I have a kegerator with 4 taps. I also have two young children (one of whom just
    figured out ho...

  • Posted in thread: Arduino and Homebrewing on 02-27-2014 at 09:27 PM
    I stand corrected. I was thinking purely of the adruino uno.


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