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  1. FloppyKnockers

    Simple DIY Keg Management

    I've been in search of a keg management system for a while now. Until recently, I've been using the method of when you pull the handle and beer comes out, that means there's still beer in the keg. When no beer comes out, the keg is empty. Although they would probably be the most accurate, I...
  2. K

    Keep It Up - Getting Consistent Results by Calibrating Your Brew House

    It is important for any brewer who wishes to get the most consistent results possible to keep his or her brew house calibrated. Knowing your measurements and calculations are accurate will allow you to better predict the way your final product will turn out. So what are some things you should...
  3. C

    Vermont Selling everything for all grain brewing

    I stopped brewing a few years ago. Selling everything I have. Everything was purchased new and is in like new condition. Located in Bethel, Vermont. At this time I want to deal local only. No shipping. I can provide more pictures. Bayou Classic 10 gallon, Stainless Kettle with...
  4. H

    Brewer's Friend one gallon equipment profile

    I'm a newbie one-gallon brewer (done 4 batches as for now). I tried several recipe sources and now I'm trying out the Brewer's Friend. The thing is that most of the recipes are 5+ gallon batches so I'm going to use Scale function which as I understood requires Equipment profile to be properly...
  5. exaideum

    TOAST style Beer brewed with fresh bread

    Hello all! I had a quick question for you guys. I was wondering if anyone had tried doing this recipe before from TOAST brewery (the recipe is at the bottom of the page). They're the guys who make all their beer from recycled bread. My wife is a baker and we have lots of extra bread around the...
  6. E

    recipe scaling and experimental recipes

    hi, i am relatively new to brewing but love it. I have only brewed one recipe made by someone else (my first batch, a bland scottish ale), and am bubbling with ideas for new unorthodox beers (inclusion of things like tea, spices, even some veggies). i am planning on brewing a green tea ipa...