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Old 03-28-2008, 02:26 AM   #11
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Sounds like its gonna be fun

I currently use carboys as primaries and secondaries, so its a tad hard to reach in and scoop out. I should look for a looooong scoop

How I brew: Stir plate starters, Extract, Full boil in a Keggle, 10 gallon batches.
Brewing upgrades in progress: temp controlled ferment, stir plate re-work, building mash tun, milling station

Planned House Ales: an Amber, an IPA, a dark IPA, a Mango Ale, a blueberry oatmeal stout, a dry Irish stout, a honey wheat, Apfelwien

What kind of R-Value does your ferm chamber need? - http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f51/what...hamber-190459/
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