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    HomeBrewTalk 2014 Big Giveaway

    In before the deadline....
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    referrals

    ... Sent from my iPad using Home Brew
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    Fried a terminal strip in my E-Herms control box

    Thanks P-J. The terminal strips are indeed rated for 30 Amps, 300 VAC. Sent from my iPad using Home Brew
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    Fried a terminal strip in my E-Herms control box

    Thanks for all of the input guys. I found a screw that wasn't tightened down on a jumper of the terminal strip that is located on the front panel (for the element selector switch and main power button). And I also found one solder connection on the element switch that I was able to rock loose...
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    Fried a terminal strip in my E-Herms control box

    Hi PJ, I used colored electrical tape where the wire color did not match the diagram. The e-stop is not connected in between the SSR and anything. It is setup exactly as line 2 is shown in the diagram. They are all connected to the same terminal block. Sent from my iPad using Home Brew
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    Fried a terminal strip in my E-Herms control box

    Hey everybody, The last time I brewed on my system I fried the terminal strip that connects the power in to the SSR with a cconnection also going to the e-stop. This was the 5 time I had used the system. Here's a link my my build thread with schematic...
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    What do you ride??

    My British mistress.... Sent from my iPad using Home Brew
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    Six-String Brewing Co. e-Herms build.

    Just some updates. Should be testing by the end of the week.
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    In de Vrede - Westvleteren

    I was there at the beginning of June. We rented bikes in Poperinge and rode out to the abbey/cafe.
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    Who is a left handed brewer?

    Left handed, right eye dominant.
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    Cask Ales

    I was just there a few months back and pretty much every pub we went to had multiple hand pulled cask ales available. It was everywhere. Here is a list of the cask ales we tried in the 2 full days we had in London. Fullers Discovery Cask Fullers ESB Cask Fullers London Pride Cask Fullers...
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    Six-String Brewing Co. e-Herms build.

    Thanks! Installed my countertop and mounted it on the wall over the weekend.
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    Winter Brew- Recipe Help Snickerdoodle Stout

    You could always infuse some cheap vodka with the cinnamon and then add it to your beer at bottling/kegging.
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    Six-String Brewing Co. e-Herms build.

    Completed the wiring today. I just finished testing everything and it works great. I'll be working on getting the elements wired up and assembled this weekend.
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    Six-String Brewing Co. e-Herms build.

    Finished and tested my spa panel. Drilled holes for an articulating flat screen mount and cut the holes for the ssr and heatsink. Started on the internal wiring. I've got the ground and neutral circuits finished at this point.
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    Must see breweries before you die!

    I was just at Pilsner Urquell and Cantillion back at the end of May/ beginning of June. Both were amazing experiences. The Cantillion tour is self-guided and after you're done you get to sample the lambic, gueuze and either the Kriek, Rose De Gambrinus or the Fou' Foune.
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    Tell us the name of your system!

    I'm still in the middle of upgrading, but I went with beermaster 10.
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    Six-String Brewing Co. e-Herms build.

    I had my panel text printed at work. Unfortunately some of the text started coming of the last time I rinsed and cleaned it. I still have to cut the holes for the PID and timer. I put all of the switches, lights and buttons in place to see how it looked. Turned out great!
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    Six-String Brewing Co. e-Herms build.

    And the best part is that it was free! I should be able to utilize some plexiglas to make it more water resistant where the mesh is at the front and back of the case.
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    cherries in season! kriek brewers - give me your wisdom

    The last dubbel that I aged on cherries, got 7 pounds of sour cherries and 5 pounds of dark sweet cherries. All washed, pitted and frozen. This year it's going to be 12-15 pounds of sour cherries. This is in a 5 gallon batch. And in a sour beer I'd definitely go all sour cherries.
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