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    Top 5 things I wish I knew when I first started homebrewing.

    I got into homebrewing around 2001. I developed my processes, equipment, and methods based primarily on what I had read in books because there were not a ton (at least that I could find) of references on the internet. I very quickly got into all grain brewing and made some decent beers but I...
  2. K

    Inexpensive T-Tower and Motion Activated LEDs (with RaspberryPints bonus!)

    So the old 2 tap straight round tower had served me well for years, but when I realized I could cram 3 cornys into my kegerator (A Haier HBF05EBSS), it was obvious I needed 3 taps. There's three ways to do this: 1. Drill a hole in the existing tower and add a third shank. Cheapest option and...
  3. E

    How to cut a carboy: IE what to do with a broken carboy!

    So you have a nice collection of carboys under your kitchen table. One day you bump the table and knock a beer bottle off said table. Down falls the bottle when you hear that soul crushing crash sound. Glass on glass is a unmistakable sound all brewers have come to fear, hell even have...
  4. K

    My $60 Single Vessel Fermentation Chamber

    I searched high and low for a good location within my house that could hold fermentation temperatures but due to large fluctuations throughout the day this just wasn't possible. I quickly began searching for small scale fermentation solutions. Many people build large chambers from chest freezers...
  5. J

    Top 5 things I wish I knew when I first started homebrewing.

    I got into homebrewing around 2001. I developed my processes, equipment, and methods based primarily on what I had read in books because there were not a ton (at least that I could find) of references on the internet. I very quickly got into all grain brewing and made some decent beers but I...
  6. K

    Inexpensive T-Tower and Motion Activated LEDs (with RaspberryPints bonus!)

    So the old 2 tap straight round tower had served me well for years, but when I realized I could cram 3 cornys into my kegerator (A Haier HBF05EBSS), it was obvious I needed 3 taps. There's three ways to do this: 1. Drill a hole in the existing tower and add a third shank. Cheapest option and...
  7. E

    How to cut a carboy: IE what to do with a broken carboy!

    So you have a nice collection of carboys under your kitchen table. One day you bump the table and knock a beer bottle off said table. Down falls the bottle when you hear that soul crushing crash sound. Glass on glass is a unmistakable sound all brewers have come to fear, hell even have...
  8. K

    My $60 Single Vessel Fermentation Chamber

    I searched high and low for a good location within my house that could hold fermentation temperatures but due to large fluctuations throughout the day this just wasn't possible. I quickly began searching for small scale fermentation solutions. Many people build large chambers from chest freezers...
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