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Posted in thread: If you are pressed for time, why do you homebrew? on 09-23-2014 at 06:06 PM
I reckon it depends what you do with your newly "earned" free time, doesn't it?IF, by
shortening your brew day, you free up one hour to only waste it rotting away in front of the
television, I suggest...
Posted in thread: If you are pressed for time, why do you homebrew? on 09-21-2014 at 03:10 AM
I also run races on the weekend. I'm trying to set a record for brewing 5 gallons of beer in
the least amount of time. Seriously, you can enjoy a hobby and still want to shave time. Why
don't you star...
Posted in thread: 1st All-Grain - Disaster? on 02-20-2011 at 11:58 PM
Toss it, and make a new one.
Posted in thread: XXXXX's Whirlpool WAR349BSL Kegerator Conversion (37 picture step-by-step slideshow) on 02-13-2011 at 04:12 PM
Anyone else make one of these yet?
Posted in thread: Wiring a 125/250V plug correctly on 02-08-2011 at 08:25 AM
Is it not color-coded?White/silver screw: neutralother (brass or black) are live: doesn't
matter which (red or black)Green screw: ground
Posted in thread: 2 Pole GFCI Breaker With 4 Wire Cord? on 02-08-2011 at 08:14 AM
Posted in thread: Take a Look at my Breaker Panel... on 02-08-2011 at 08:06 AM
Panel GFCI is the outlet which is right next or below the panel. It should be the only item on
this circuit, and it should (per the label) be a GFCI outlet.It does not mean the entire panel
is GFCI pr...
Posted in thread: Shane From Waterdown,Ontario, Canada on 02-03-2011 at 04:17 PM
Hey Shane... enjoy the forum!
Posted in thread: Beer line issue maybe? on 02-03-2011 at 03:31 PM
Now since when it is pouring CO2 could be breaking out of solution due to this pressure drop
along the lines, when the tap closes the pressure jumps back up to 30 psi but all the gas
bubbles that have...
Posted in thread: Extension Cord for Heatstick on 02-03-2011 at 03:25 PM
I know the OP has backed off and is going another route, but this comment here is not
accurate.the 2000W rating is only accurate if you have 120V. The element is a 7.2 Ohm resistor.
With 120V, you pul...