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Posted in thread: Ethics of customer mailing lists on 10-08-2011 at 06:00 AM
what you do with emails left to you are your business. Unless when you gathered them you
explicitly said they won't be used for any purpose then the purchase, you are clear to go.
Especially since the...
Posted in thread: Growler question on 02-22-2011 at 04:05 PM
Growlers aren't designed to hold that much pressure. I used to do it and it worked fine for a
few batches. Then my buddy went to crack into the growler he had stored under the kitchen
table...when he ...
Posted in thread: New and want to go bold, what you think? on 12-02-2010 at 03:58 AM
4 days is awfully short for primary, especially for a stronger beer. It's possible fermentation
would be done (need to use a hydrometer to check) but longer in the primary would give the
yeast a chanc...
Posted in thread: Alberta bans extra-strong beer on 12-01-2010 at 06:30 PM
love Canadian liquor laws. Not sure that a barley wine or trippel would be my first choice
for binge drinking. If all you're looking for is to get drunk, there's lots of cheap 12% wine
Posted in thread: The gods don't want me to brew.. (within a budget) on 04-02-2010 at 05:58 AM
The crappy tire burner does hold a keggle. The bottom rim of the keg goes on the outside of the
supports, which then fit nicely against the bottom of the keg - it kind of gets wedged in
place. I've on...
Posted in thread: The gods don't want me to brew.. (within a budget) on 04-02-2010 at 04:18 AM
Based on a recommendation from another thread on here, I got the 'multi-purpose propane cooker'
from canadian tire for $70. It holds a keggle and boils 6-7 gallons in around half an hour. It
Posted in thread: Beer Concentrate? on 03-02-2010 at 03:59 AM
A buddy of mine in grad school developed the 'confusion to weight ratio' theory for alcohol and
other inebriating substances for backcountry ski trips (perhaps if he'd spent more time on his
Posted in thread: winter olympics on 02-16-2010 at 11:44 PM
They have snow-making equipment, but it only works when it's below freezing, or possibly a
couple of degrees above. Vancouver just had the warmest stretch of weather in 114 years of
records, so even m...
Posted in thread: winter olympics on 02-13-2010 at 03:41 AM
try watching it online. no tv so i'm watching it right now on ctv.ca, but not sure if that will
work from an american IP adress. pretty impressive ceremony so far. i'm a sucker for good
celtic fiddle ...
Posted in thread: Bottling in Plastic on 02-09-2010 at 09:12 PM
None. When I used to use plastic I'd squeeze the bottle while putting the cap on so the beer
was right up to the rim. The bottle expands as the beer carbonates, so you can even tell by the