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    Mold?

    Tasted tonight. Learn something new all the time. It's fantastic. Better than I expected in the first place. Thanks for the input.
  2. petrostar

    Mold?

    I didn't taste it...I'll let it cold crash for a couple days first. I've never had a beer do this in 7 years of brewing. Its a bigger beer, about 8% abv. I'll let ya guys know!
  3. petrostar

    Mold?

    Screw it...
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    Mold?

    I let my pumpkin ale ferment for about 7 months and now I just popped the lid on it and I have this clump of what looks like mold growing on the top! I really hope it's not lost, it smells wonderful! Any ideas?
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    Brutus control panel

    I have an arm that the electrical conduit sits in and i will run all my wire hidden through the frame. Sent from my SCH-I535 using Home Brew mobile app
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    Brutus control panel

    Well the PIDS were about $30 each 24volt LEDS about $3-5 each. Temp probes about $45 each. The switches were about $5 each. Transformer/Wire/relays. Ymmv Sent from my SCH-I535 using Home Brew mobile app
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    Brutus control panel

    Also the transformers I got free from work. Sent from my SCH-I535 using Home Brew mobile app
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    Brutus control panel

    Im pretty sure I have two, two pole and two master on/off (red push-pull) switches and one alarm led left. I also have some LEDS left but all of mine are twelve volt. I ordered all of my PIDS from lightobject.com and my timer was from auberins as were the 4" probes. The electrical panel was from...
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    Burner Help!?

    I have had two 100,000 btu jet burners for a couple years now. I have grown to dislike them a lot. They are leaking all over and causing orange flame to char my beautiful polished kegs. I have already tried using rtv and JB weld high temp and both have burned off. Would like to know what type...
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    Brutus control panel

    Its going to be Subaru blue. I have some more switches and buttons if anybody is interested. Sent from my SCH-I535 using Home Brew mobile app
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    Boil kettle hop filter

    In the kettle Sent from my SCH-I535 using Home Brew mobile app
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    Brutus control panel

    The stc 1000 was to replace the temp controller I stole from my fermenter. Its a Jld612. Cutting the holes I used cheap unibits and then clamped it to my bench and used a sawsall to cut the holes. Finally finished thw holes with a file. Sent from my SCH-I535 using Home Brew mobile app
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    Brutus control panel

    Need my labels, need to paint it and wire the inside up. Cutting the square holes sucked. Lol. Sent from my SCH-I535 using Home Brew mobile app
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    Boil kettle hop filter

    In kettle Sent from my SCH-I535 using Home Brew mobile app
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    Brutus control panel

    Ill post throughout my build Sent from my SCH-I535 using Home Brew mobile app
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    Boil kettle hop filter

    Made this in about a half hour. Should work great. More surface area and as long as you don't whirlpool it never plugs. Sent from my SCH-I535 using Home Brew mobile app
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    Washington Seattle/Tacoma Glass Carboys

    Price might seem a bit steep for just Carboys until you think the handles are $7.50 each and the tops are about $5.00 each and then the cost of the drain pan add tax and you're over $155 just locally. Buying online you're paying shipping on top of that. Sent from my SCH-I535 using Home Brew...
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    Washington Seattle/Tacoma Glass Carboys

    I have 2-6.5 Gallon Glass Carboys with Handles and Rubber Tops. I also have one 5 Gallon glass carboy with rubber stoppers and draining holder. Price is $110 for the three OBO. I would possibly trade for a couple decent Hurricane style burners. Zero Chips or cracks on any of them. PM me with any...
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    Most annoying response when you tell someone you're a homebrewer?

    I'd say the most annoying thing to me, is when I let somebody have a bottle of beer and they just assume they can come by and fill up a growler as if it took me no time to brew this beer. I understand that it is quite a bit cheaper than purchasing from a store but the amount of time I put into...
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    What type of fermenter do you use?

    The question is as basic as it sounds, I personally own a large quantity of glass five and six and a half gallon carboys but hate cleaning them because I do a lot of dry hopped beers. I also feel that six and a half gallon plastic buckets are much easier to clean, cost less, and are just easier...
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