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  1. NerdBrewer22

    Amp/volt meter wiring

    See how the WIT-114 is Wired : Voltage in it's Voltage input and CT in it's CT input, it should Display : Voltage (VAC), Current (AMP), Power (KW) & Energy (KWh).
  2. NerdBrewer22

    Amp/volt meter wiring

    What I did with a similar powermeter was wire it to the incoming power source after the power switch of the control panel, and connecting the CT to it (the CT is a Cylinder like Current Transformer which read the current in a Line. Chose L1 (Red one).
  3. NerdBrewer22

    Ontario/Québec Hop growers and breeders

    I have used some Centennial like hops that my brother gave me (it was homegrown by his step brother). I used the buds after it was frozen for about 8 months. I used it in my attempt to the cream ale of the tricrops from Biermuncher. It tastes amazing. I'd be interested by some hops to brew...
  4. NerdBrewer22

    PID Temps fluctuating a lot

    I have had sort of the same problem and I have fixed it by replacing the probes wiring (I was using SS brainded cables included with the RTD), as I found out that the problem was the original connectors were badly wired (factory connection) and the SS braiding was shorting the rtd signal. The...
  5. NerdBrewer22

    How many gallons of homebrew in 2017?

    Currently drinking my first brew of the year : + 10 Gallons Cream Ale of the tricrops = 10732
  6. NerdBrewer22

    Something weird.. electric shock.. help!!

    Those guys at High gravity beer. I'm not very impressed but what they sold ya [emoji848]. I did Herms system too with my brother and I made him realize how important was the GFCI in that project !
  7. NerdBrewer22

    Electric newb - venturing into a 30a HERMS

    From what i'm calculating you have a potential of 10kw @ 240v which could suck in 41,6Amps. So I guess that your pumps don't use the rest of the unused load (in addition to the control system load) so i could be tripping from some temporary overload. But I can't be sure of it. Also can you show...
  8. NerdBrewer22

    Cream Ale Cream of Three Crops (Cream Ale)

    Yep you just found it, I made about 10 Gallons of this (bottled 36Liters) for 45$ (ingredients only). But it includes that I used 16 pounds of Pale 2-row (worth 48$ for a 25Kg bag), 2,2 pounds of flaked corn (worth 8$) and 2,2 pounds of minute rice (worth 7$). I could have used half of...
  9. NerdBrewer22

    Cream Ale Cream of Three Crops (Cream Ale)

    I just bottled up this Saturday afternoon, I ended bottling in two bottle types (42 x 500mL with swing caps & 36 x 341mL with standard caps). I have looked over my numbers and made the temperature correction for my OG & FG (FG at Bottling) and it looks like that : Fermentation has been...
  10. NerdBrewer22

    Help: cream of 3 crops - US-05

    I will take a sample in my fermenters this week, I have brewed this 3 crops 2 weeks ago, so i'm most likely gonna bottle up in 2 weeks just to be sure and let it sit in bottles for 2 other weeks. I have rehydrated the US-05 before use. It is fermenting between 66-68F though. i hope it is good ^^...
  11. Herms Setup - Electric Brewery

    Herms Setup - Electric Brewery

  12. Herms Setup - Electric Brewery

    Herms Setup - Electric Brewery

  13. Herms Setup - Electric Brewery

    Herms Setup - Electric Brewery

  14. NerdBrewer22

    Cream Ale Cream of Three Crops (Cream Ale)

    Yeah I changed my minds when putting in the corn/instant rice. I was supposed to put in half a Kilo of both but i dumped a Kilo each :p I wanted it have some kick, but be smooth. I have used some home grown Hops my brother gave me (2 oz.) Boiled 90 min. mashed 75 min. @ 153 F.
  15. NerdBrewer22

    Belgian Tripel Belgian Tripel

    Looks Interesting, ^^ I might brew something like that later or next year :D
  16. NerdBrewer22

    Cream Ale Cream of Three Crops (Cream Ale)

    I did not made a starter, I used 2 packs of Safale-05 for a 10 Galllons batch. But what I did is Rehydrating the yeast prior to dump it in the wort after cooling it down with a Counter flow chiller. I checked the temps. to make them match (wort temp./yeast rehydrated temp.) Right now I'm 2...
  17. NerdBrewer22

    Cream Ale Cream of Three Crops (Cream Ale)

    I just settled my new (and first brewing experience) 5 gallons fermenters. I ended with ~10Gal. In 3 containers. 8Kg 2-row canadian 1Kg minute rice 1Kg Flaked Corn Mash at 153F for 60 min. Sparge with water at 165F Boil for 90 min. With homegrown leaf hops (2oz.) at 60 min. Then Crystal...
  18. NerdBrewer22

    Cream Ale Cream of Three Crops (Cream Ale)

    Hey ! i've come up with my little twist to that cream ale : HOME BREW RECIPE: Title: Cream Ale Tri-Crops Shady Author: Biermuncher Brew Method: All Grain Style Name: Cream Ale Boil Time: 90 min Batch Size: 11 gallons (fermentor volume) Boil Size: 15 gallons Boil Gravity: 1.037 Efficiency: 75%...
  19. NerdBrewer22

    Cream Ale Cream of Three Crops (Cream Ale)

    Great i'll go into brewing this one after my attempt at an Imperial honey porter. This recipe looks really good ! maybe i'll hop it up a little bit :D
  20. NerdBrewer22

    American Porter Imperial Honey Porter

    I will brew that beer soon, but I took your inebriation #3 to do it and i will do an 11 Gallons batch. HOME BREW RECIPE: Title: Imperial Honey Porter Brew Method: All Grain Style Name: Baltic Porter Boil Time: 90 min Batch Size: 11 gallons (fermentor volume) Boil Size: 15 gallons...
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