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Posted in thread: Questions and Survey about Beer! on 06-12-2011 at 08:40 PM
Posted in thread: Williams Brewing--Won't Help Me Out on 05-25-2011 at 05:22 PM
So, you're upset because an employee at Williams wouldn't violate their policy? I think you're
way off base, why don't you call Williams Brewing and ask for them to ship to Canada, and tell
them you d...
Posted in thread: Free Grolsch bottles, Seattle Craigslist on 05-18-2011 at 01:15 AM
I spotted this ad on today's Craigslist from Seattle. Too far away for me. These won't last
long. Good Luck. beer making supplies (Seattle)Date: 2011-05-17, 4:29PM PDTReply to:
Posted in thread: What does your SWMBO think of your brewing hobby(lifestyle for some of you) on 02-15-2011 at 11:40 PM
I'm so glad to have someone to sanitize ... :mug:Starsan? Pics?
Posted in thread: Cleaning out the closet and what is this?!?!?! on 02-06-2011 at 01:59 PM
Go look in your garage, maybe there's a 1963 split window corvette in the corner.Nice find.
Posted in thread: ball lock vs. pin lock on 11-25-2010 at 07:12 PM
Pin lock are shorter and fatter, Ball Lock are taller and skinnier. Ball lock are generally
easier to find. It doesn't matter, but once you start with one style, then you're committed (or
not). I run ...
Posted in thread: Northern Brewer on 10-21-2010 at 04:13 AM
Northern Brewer is my primary supplier. Never had an issue, fast service, well packaged upon
Posted in thread: Brewing outside in winter on 10-08-2010 at 01:31 PM
Don't forget to drain your water hoses and store them dry. I blow mine out with compressed air
when I'm done brewing.Also, plan on where the runoff water is going to go. I've made some dandy
Posted in thread: DAMMIT: second AG batch overshot mash temp by 10 + degrees on 09-20-2010 at 02:08 AM
+1 on the enzymes. I have the Alpha and the Beta (Gluco). The enzymes will break down the long
chain unfermentables into fermentable short chain sugars. Beano does the same thing, but won't
stop. I bo...
Posted in thread: Can I transfer my sparge water using a plastic bucket. on 09-19-2010 at 01:11 AM
I use five gallon plastic buckets to transfer (almost) boiling wort. The temperature of the
wort makes the buckets deform more than when moving cooler water or wort.From a safety
standpoint use cautio...
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- Christmas Ale - Special B %
- Fat Basset Bochet Cyser - Cider with "Burnt" Honey
- Growing Yeast from a bottle
- Could my fermentation be almost complete after 24 hours?
- Fermentation temperature profile
- My Yeast Starter Will Not Start
- Do you guys leave the hops in the wort while it is cooling down?
- (6) ball lock kegs for sale
- No hop aroma..??
- Sticky: Mead Making FAQs
- Looking for Brew Jedi to help me with experiment