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I use a Picobrew Zymatic for that. www.picobrew.com
Sous vide cooking is probably what you're looking for. There several different methods available, from "rolling your own" with a microcontroller, thermocouple, and heating element (note: you should really only do this if you know what you're doing with electroncs, due to dealing with line voltages for the heater); to using cheap thermocontrollers with some ...
If not ruin it, it will make fairly bad beer. It is always better to wait til the wort reaches a good temp then to pitch the yeast at too high a temp. You can put the fermenter into a bathtub or other container and add cold water and ice to the water. Don't put ice directly into your wort. Ice is not sanitary and you risk contaminating your beer by doing ...
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