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  1. breckenridge

    Pennsylvania Blichmann Top Tier 3 Burner System, Pump, Mash Controller, Therminator, and Vessels

    Bumping again. Still available. Open to any reasonable offer.
  2. breckenridge

    Pennsylvania Blichmann Top Tier 3 Burner System, Pump, Mash Controller, Therminator, and Vessels

    Bump and price drop. Now asking $1750, willing to entertain reasonable offers.
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    Pennsylvania Blichmann Top Tier 3 Burner System, Pump, Mash Controller, Therminator, and Vessels

    Selling my Top Tier...sorry for the sloppy tags. [/url]IMG_2525 by breckenridge25, on Flickr[/IMG] [/url]IMG_2526 by breckenridge25, on Flickr[/IMG] [/url]IMG_2528 by breckenridge25, on Flickr[/IMG] [/url]IMG_2529 by breckenridge25, on Flickr[/IMG] [/url]IMG_2533 by...
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    South Jersey/Philly Group Buy Round 42!

    subbed. Wanna know when this starts.
  5. breckenridge

    Name a movie that best describes your last fart:

    The Decline and Fall of Western Civilization
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    Does anyone know how the rubber top attaches to a corny keg?

    Same. Mine sat a little uneven after this, but it's staying put, which is good enough for me.
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    Harvested DuPont won't flocc

    Checked gravity, mid 1.020s. Should've known with Dupont. Back on the stipulate in a warm-ish kitchen for several more days.
  8. breckenridge

    ss brew tech 20 gallon mash tun

    You could try doing no-sparge so that you have more mash in the tun, cut down head room that way.
  9. breckenridge

    What's this? Looks like a chunk of brains.

    Feed them to your enemies. Let *them* get kuru.
  10. breckenridge

    What's this? Looks like a chunk of brains.

    I'm a psychiatrist, and that's definitely brains.
  11. breckenridge

    Harvested DuPont won't flocc

    Well well well, what have we here? It's not WLP007, that's just an old marking. This is DuPont yeast harvested from a bottle of Vielle Provision, stepped up three times in the original bottle with small volumes (~10-->50-->150 mL) of low gravity (~1.020) starter, then put on a stir plate...
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    Calling All Metal Fans

    Dang, I thought I had put this on here already. Behold! The Monolith Name is cheesy as f*ck, but their music is everything I want metal to be most of the time.
  13. breckenridge

    A year of SMaSH

    That's a fantastic plan. I have an idea to (someday) do a series of Pils/Saaz SMaSH brews: BoPils, Helles, German Pils, Dortmunder Export, Saison, Patersbier, Trippel...I guess what I'm saying is that pils malt can be quite versatile. One of my most successful beers was a SMaSH AIPA with 2-row...
  14. breckenridge

    What's your occupation: Engineer or Non-Engineer

    Addiction psychiatrist. (no foolin')
  15. breckenridge

    What are you drinking now?

    Knob Creek. My dry stout tastes metallic, and my EIPA is astringent. My brew year's resolutions are to maximize shelf life and to get a hold of my brewing water.
  16. breckenridge

    What are you drinking now?

    My 11.7 Single Syrup, Single Malt, Single Hop (SSSMaSH) Quad. 11.7% ABV. Not bad flavor, but the oaked version is much better. *Very* light body, fermented down to 1.006, iirc. In a related story, no head retention to speak of. Cola-like effervescence. MUCH too easy to drink for an 11.7% beer...
  17. breckenridge

    So... What did Santa bring you?

    Cash and permission (sweetest gift a SWMBO can give) to splurge on a LaMotte brewing water test kit, 0.1g digital scale, pH meter, and additives so I can start working on my water.
  18. breckenridge

    What is your next brew to brew?

    On deck for this weekend is a Pre-Prohibition Pilsner 4:1::6-row:grits, doing a cereal mash for fun, all Cluster hops, 34/70 yeast, and hopefully my water test kit and additives will be in so I can work on that a little, too.
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    What are you drinking now?

    No photo, but I just finished a drye stout (a little over 10% flaked rye, in lieu of flaked barley, otherwise a garden variety dry Irish stout recipe) off my nitro tap. About to split a Saison Dupont Vielle Provision, and will culture the dregs for a future clone attempt (likely multiple...
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