It depends on how cold your water is, if you're using gravity or a pump, and finally what temp you're trying to achieve.
If your water is too cold for what your aiming for you can slow it down to get your wort warmer. This is seldom the case.
If the wort is coming out too hot you would slow...
Three heads brewing in rochester, Abandon brewing in finger lakes area and of course Genesee.
Rochester doesn't have much for attractions, but you can't go wrong walking around park ave. Bars, restaurants, bakeries and chocolate shops.
Wait, so the ground, data and vcc would be connected to one wire? That wouldn't be problematic?
I get the idea behind the one wire in terms of the data line, but I'm confused how you could mix all three and still have a sensor.
BTW I booted up the controller last night so I could figure out the wiring issue with the sensors and they showed up this time. I'm not sure as to why, but I'll take the win.
About the sensor length, I foolishly bought the 100cm probes. Could I solder it together with some cable from home...
I'm sure this has been asked before, but is there an easy way to determine which sensor wires are ground, data, vcc?
It appears my flash of the arduino was successful, but temp probes aren't showing up. I followed the diagram and the diagram provided with my sensors. I used some very thin...
Does anyone have a good source for seeds? If so, a pm would be greatly appreciated.
I ordered from two vendors on ebay. First to arrive were beat up, dried out and breaking apart. Second are obviously not hop seeds, just a scam.
If you watch Kals brewing video, it appears he starts his right away and allows his mash to climb to temp.
I use RIMS and always mash in close to temp, wait 15 minutes and then start recirculation. If I don't let the grain bed settle, absorb water it usually turns out to be a stuck mash.