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  1. InfernoBrews

    My GE 7.0 cu ft keezer build

    I must say great idea for the top with the bottle caps. I had a similar idea i have been saving caps for but now i may even need to save more than my original goal.. P.S. I spotted a Miller cap in the mix towards the middle.. I hope that got in the mix by accident!! LOL
  2. InfernoBrews

    What are you drinking now?

    Bells HopSlam! It's glorious....
  3. InfernoBrews

    Should I?

    I'd let it go.. 5 points ain't that far off
  4. InfernoBrews

    What are you drinking now?

    Rogue yellow snow. At the moment.. Then I'm having a Anderson valley IPA
  5. InfernoBrews

    What are you drinking now?

    It has to be glorious!:ban:
  6. InfernoBrews

    Orientation of stored wine bottles

    I could just about agree providing you have a nice good thick coating on the bottle and that it also a good seal meaning no bubbles on top or good dip job..
  7. InfernoBrews

    Regular airlock vs. Duplex airlock

    I'm going to have to agree with rabegetragen.. They really are a must ( or something equivalent) if your doing either process correctly..
  8. InfernoBrews

    Your experiences with second hand carboys

    Here some food for thouhght. Hold it up to light if there is a rainbow effect in the glass that's usually from a mineral/ chemical build up that it has developed from sitting in a basement or somewhere similar. Usually if it is infected there is no real way to get rid of it. This makes it...
  9. InfernoBrews

    Orientation of stored wine bottles

    Laying bottles keeps the cork swelled which keeps it sealed.. I would say waxing does not eliminate the factor of keeping them on thier side.
  10. InfernoBrews

    Regular airlock vs. Duplex airlock

    Three piece are more popular. Main reason is they are easier to clean.but most brewers use three piece and I see more wine makers use the double bubble, it all comes down to preference.. Just my outlook on the topic,from owning a homebrew shop and see who buys them everyday..
  11. InfernoBrews

    Bacteria or just krausen?

    Ya agree looks fine.
  12. InfernoBrews

    Southern Tier Pumking

    Good Beer but 2 cases of 22oz Bottles = $181.97 TOTAL.. Yep If i only kept track on how much i spend on beer in a years time..
  13. InfernoBrews

    Lambics

    Getting ready to tackle a Lambic .. Thinking Raspberry. I was looking for any info possible. Anyone who has tried it or knows anything about it. Just covering all corners before i start it. Make sure there isn't some sort of helpful knowledge out there i haven't read or seen yet. Cheers! Mike
  14. InfernoBrews

    Thoughts on Nugget & Summit Together

    Pondering on a Imperial IPA with Nugget and Summit.... Thoughts ? Opinions ? Cheers!
  15. InfernoBrews

    Dayton 1/2HP Motor

    Dunno if anyone Interested but I Have a Dayton 1/2HP Motor Model:3K772K I had it on a Motorized Mill, cracked about 50-60lb of grain with it. I had replaced it with a 3/4HP motor.. Because I Needed a little More Power. Also have a 1.5" Pully on it.. I just wanna get my money back.. its...
  16. InfernoBrews

    My Motorized MM3-2.0 Crushing Station..

    The Shafts all have flat spots and the pulleys have set screwsto tighten down.
  17. InfernoBrews

    My Motorized MM3-2.0 Crushing Station..

    Also If you have or Got the MM3-2.0 you need to use a Minimum 1/2HP Motor ..
  18. InfernoBrews

    My Motorized MM3-2.0 Crushing Station..

    Yes I did get the 1/2" Shaft on My MM. Yes, The Motor Does Require Wiring. It Is just the motor you have to Run your own wire into it and everything. On the Sticker on the Motor it will tell you how to wire it to get it to go CW or CCW. That will depend which way you Mount it.
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