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My wife speaks French and has is a very good Brewster in her own right, she has found these: http://www.brassageamateur.com/forum/ http://univers-biere.net/liens_brassam.php I hope they are what you are looking for.


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If in Quebec or even Canada for that matter you may wish to check out the Montre Alers (Club de Brasseurs/Homebrewing Club). This club is centered around the area of Montreal, Quebec. The Montre Alers is an organization composed of Montreal-area home brewers who share both a passion for the hobby of home brewing and a desire to see it grow and flourish. ...


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Yes. There is a very good beer shop/store called Cave à Bulles at 45 rue Quincampoix in Paris; it is in the 4th arrondissement, near the Pompidou Centre. Here there is a community you can join where the discussion is all about French craft beer and amateur brewing. They have regular degustation (tasting) sessions and an online discussion forum, although it ...


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Sorry, the two are very different - to make a OneWire sensor look like a PT100 sensor, you'd have to find some way to recreate the resistance in the wire that varies with temperature, which is how a PT100 works. The simplest way to do that would be to use a real PT100 sensor - emulating a PT100 sensor would be much harder and most likely introduce more error ...


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you may want to ask this on the electronics stack exchange. but to answer this here. no, you cant replace a PT100 sensor, with a 1-wire temp sensor. PT100/1000 are analog sensors, 1 wire sensors are digital. as to convert a 1 wire, to an analog sensor, all depends on your knowledge of electronics, easy if you know a lot, hard if you dont know anything....


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I think Bohemian Lager yeast is the one you can use the hottest. Alternatively, make a Kölsch (2565 yeast), that looks like a lager, but is in fact an ale :)


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You can't brew a lager at room temperature. But if you are asking how to brew a lager without a fridge in a room at ambient temperatures that's different. You have to be very diligent but you can submerse your fermentor in a larger container/bin of water. Filling the exterior bin up with some water to cover most of the sides of the fermentor with water ...


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Almost certainly No. 30C will kill most of your lager yeast, they are not very prolific above about 25C. At a 30C room temp you would be best of trying to make a full flavoured fruity Belgium with banana aromas bursting forth, using a good Belgian strain. I agree with @jsled you would be best off getting a small fridge and placing your fermenter in there. ...


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Perhaps, but I don't know how. If you reduce the amount of yeast, you'll only create more off-flavors as the now-stressed yeast need to use all their metabolic reserves up in reproduction, rather than fermentation. Trying to reduce the time of fermentation doesn't really work that way. Yeast are going to produce most of their flavor compounds (and off ...



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