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JimiGibbs

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Yesterday after putting it off for a while I finally decided to make the jump to All-Grain. I used a Northern Brewer St Paul Porter kit. Everything went pretty smooth except for a few minor glitches which I was able to get some reasurances from the board on..... Also had my first keg of a wheat that I brewed from a kit about a month ago. Everyone enjoyed that! Can't tell you much about gravities or effeciencies because quite honestly I've got to learn more about that. But here are some pictures and I'll be kegging it in a few weeks :mug:
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JimiGibbs said:
My '72 Triumph TR6
Very cool. A friend of mine's dad had one he completely rebuilt and it was cherry... until it was totaled when someone T-boned him. :(
 

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Hows that turkey fryer working out for you? I noticed I have the same one but am also in the been waiting to, but havent started all grain brewing yet club. I've fired it up and it seems to have a very loose seeming flame(as opposed to like a quick concentrated flame)
 
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That fryer works OK.... Seems a little slow in getting water up to temp and it takes forever to get 6 gallons to boil. I am actually going to look at something else.
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