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Old 03-19-2012, 11:48 PM   #41
BeerguyNC61
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Feb 2012
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So have you used that monster system yet? And how long does it take to drink all that brew?

You must be the most popular classmate in dental school!!!



 
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Old 03-20-2012, 12:45 AM   #42
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There are about 10 or so of us that brew, I've only done one 15 gal and one 20gal batch on it so far, the second batch was a pale ale and went much smoother for the most part, on the first batch which was a wheat the hoprocket clogged up because it was my first time using it in-line from the BK to the chiller and I didn't know until later that they redesigned one of the screens inside of it because, well, the original screen didn't allow it to work well, so I ended up dumping the 4 oz of whole leaf hops in the fermenter instead...ended up being way way way too much dry hopping and, i gave it a couple months but it ended up being a dumper because although it was drinkable it was odd and not what I wanted so I dumped the really hoppy wheat because I needed the fridge space for the pale ale
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