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  • Ginger extraordinaire
  • Brandon Merkle
  • Belgian Dark Strong Ale on cherries, Weizenbock, Best Bitter
  • Cold Crashing Kristalweizen
  • Tropihop IIPA, Unfiltered Hefeweizen
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  • Jacksonville
  • Florida

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  • Posted in thread: DSPR110. Really so simple? on 05-20-2016 at 10:57 PM
    Luckily I knew to ask. Protection in the main panel may not be an option, but I'll be sure to
    include it somewhere. Most likely in the form of a spa panel in the brewshed.

  • Posted in thread: DSPR110. Really so simple? on 05-20-2016 at 03:50 PM
    I do understand that I need an SSR, a heatsink, and a box to install into. My question was just
    about the GFCI. (I just realized that I forgot to include Auber's image). They show a standard
    breaker, ...

  • Posted in thread: White Peach Summer Saison advice! on 05-20-2016 at 03:21 PM
    Starsan on the peaches before going into secondary wouldn't hurt, but probably isn't necessary.
    When using LorAnn oils, I usually drop my fruit by 50 to 80 percent (keeping maybe 1 to 2
    pounds per 5 g...

  • Posted in thread: DSPR110. Really so simple? on 05-20-2016 at 03:07 PM
    So, I think I'm pretty well sold on the DSPR110 being a wonderful solution to moving to e-BIAB
    brewing... but before I'm 100 percent, I do have a few questions. First, in the image provided
    by Auber I...

  • Posted in thread: White Peach Summer Saison advice! on 05-19-2016 at 10:21 PM
    As far as the peach flavor goes, I would recommend using frozen chunks as mentioned before...
    But instead of the pound per gallon rate that many reccomend, I've had the best experience
    using only a fr...

  • Posted in thread: Simple questions about PJ design on 05-19-2016 at 01:35 PM
    I am considering ordering the dspr110. Are there any additional items I will need to replace
    the PID in the provided diagram with the dspr110?

  • Posted in thread: Simple questions about PJ design on 05-18-2016 at 06:29 PM
    Reviewing the switches that came with the items I ordered, I see that the switch is indeed
    three pin. It is a simple toggle switch with an off position and an on position and a little
    red LED that sho...

  • Posted in thread: Simple questions about PJ design on 05-18-2016 at 06:14 PM
    I do already have components in hand. The PID I ended up with is an AGPtek TA4-SNR

  • Posted in thread: Simple questions about PJ design on 05-18-2016 at 05:26 PM
    In the image, PJ lists three SPST switches labeled '3 PID Power' '2 pump' and just '1'.I see
    what you mean about the contactor, but I think the other three are switches, no?

  • Posted in thread: Simple questions about PJ design on 05-18-2016 at 04:50 PM
    I found this PJ design and I'd like to build it. I just have a few questions I want to ask to
    make sure I get it right. First, I know you need to 10 gauge wire to handle 30 amps, but I also
    know there...

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