Last Activity:10-21-2007 6:24 AM
Posted in thread: Microwave RIM system on 01-12-2007 at 12:02 PM
At a party, how can you tell the difference between an introvert engineer, and an extrovert
engineer?The extrovert engineer is looking down at the other peoples shoes...
Posted in thread: Microwave RIM system on 01-11-2007 at 05:20 PM
Brewman,I appologize if I came off sounding confrontational. I certainly didn't mean to offend.
It is an interesting idea, I wanted to highlight some things that some people may not be aware
Posted in thread: Microwave RIM system on 01-11-2007 at 12:33 PM
If you did want to stick with the microwave idea, you could use microwave safe plastic tubing
(off hand I really can't think of what to suggest), drill a series of small holes through the
door, where ...
Posted in thread: Microwave RIM system on 01-11-2007 at 12:21 PM
While we are throwing credentials out there, I as well am a electrical engineer, and have been
working with microwave communication equipment for many years, and just recently took on a new
role as ra...
Posted in thread: Homebrew Supply Websites on 12-06-2006 at 04:40 PM
Rodan is right, there really aren't very many homebrew shops in Canada that deal in stuff other
than wine or beer kits. The three that I know of in Canada
Posted in thread: Where can I buy LME? on 12-04-2006 at 07:11 PM
Timmy,Here are some good suppliers in Canada. I'm trying to find some more though, but I've had
good luck with these guys so far.wineandbeerfactory.com/www.paddockwood.com/www.5gallons.com/
Posted in thread: Online Supply of Homebrew Stuff? on 12-04-2006 at 05:06 PM
Yeah thanks, rdwj.I did a search ... after I made the post ... doh!Lot's of great info there,
and one more on the Canada side out in Vancouver!Whoo Hoo!
Posted in thread: Online Supply of Homebrew Stuff? on 12-04-2006 at 04:49 PM
There aren't any real LHBS around my place, so I order all my supplies online. And from my
searching around online, I've only got a few choices in Canada
Posted in thread: Umm...I might need HELP! on 12-04-2006 at 04:41 PM
Yeast can survive the cold very well, they just can't tolerate heat. Even if on the odd chance
the yeast are pooched, the batch will be fine, just repitch with new yeast (assuming you have
Posted in thread: Newbie problem on 11-30-2006 at 12:19 PM
Hey Steve,I wouldn't worry about oxidation unless it is being poured into the secondary in a
way that it is mixing with the air (getting agitated) as it would if you were dumping it in. If
you are usi...
- StainlessBrewing.com Summer Giveaway!
- What are you drinking now?
- I drink the yeasties
- Making Fresh Mozzarella
- Hop stand
- Should I quit my brewing job?
- Homebrewing in public (Wisconsin)
- Keg sanitizing with boiling water.
- Polyclar Brewbrite availability
- Music Match
- Show of your 2013 Hops Garden! (picture gallery)