"Greenwood Aged Beer"
- Oct 20, 2006
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- Seattle, WA
no way my stove would do that...haven't been able to do AG at my pad yet. I'm thinking i'm going to try the RIS 08/08/08 with two potsHell Brew said:Awesome pictures, I feel better at least having a little patio. I am also amazed that your stove can get the wort boiling.
Well, I don't see any bird feathers and poop and "things" anywhere, so I think Brewtopia still has a thing or two to learn about the right way to brew...Lil' Sparky said:Very nice. We should send a link to our friend Craig on youtube.
Don't we all. Not everyone has the amazing skills necessary to produce beer that is immune to infection from bird feathers and other misc. floor gunk.Evan! said:Well, I don't see any bird feathers and poop and "things" anywhere, so I think Brewtopia still has a thing or two to learn about the right way to brew...
I solved my coiling tube problem by purchasing a straight racking tube. I just run my oxynator tubing down the center of the racking tube and then I can place the bubbler stone anywhere I want in the carboy.Evan! said:That's niiiice. Good job, Tope. One question:
How did you manage to straighten out the tube on your oxygenator? Mine came packaged in a coil, and I have yet to be able to get it to straighten out---which obviously causes issues trying to get it fully submersed in a carboy. I've heated it up and held it straight while it cooled, but it still manages to coil back up after awhile.