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AG brewer since 2007. Current rig is a clone plus extras of http://theelectricbrewery.com. I like most styles of beer.

Projects in progress are a custom kegbot that tracks beer consumption without a flowmeter, a brewpi fermentation controller and a digital specific gravity meter.


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comment Electric brewing inside
I would guess so if you don't have an extractor.
Nov
26
comment Can I sanitize an auto-siphon with boiling water?
Totes. But be careful with a wire brush on plastic causing scratches. For cleaning plastic try PBW from FiveStar - removes almost any soilage without scrubbing.
Nov
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answered Can I sanitize an auto-siphon with boiling water?
Nov
11
answered What makes a beer tap/faucet different from the water ones?
Nov
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answered When/How to Measure Pre-Boil Gravity to Determine Mash Efficiency
Nov
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answered Bottling high gravity FG barley wine
Nov
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answered After racking my cider has turned a very dark color. What may be the problem or is there one?
Oct
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comment Any People with Celiacs Tried Clarity Ferm?
To add to your answer, could you summarize these articles, and present the salient points that you thought were worth reading?
Oct
28
answered Best yeast for Mead
Oct
27
comment What are the various ways to remove chlorine/chloramine from tap water?
Please see the first answer - that covers your question about boiling chlorine.
Oct
21
answered Bitter orange and scaling
Oct
21
comment Bitter orange and scaling
Do you have a link to the recipe?
Oct
21
answered Will I damage my lager if I add lager hops too early?
Oct
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answered How to encourage haze?
Oct
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answered Using brewing sugar (or equivalent) as the only fermentable?
Oct
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comment Will I damage my lager if I add lager hops too early?
Hops are green plant material that you normally add during the boil, but also sometimes to the fermentor. Dry yeast is usually in a sachet, and looks like sand that you add to the fermentor. Can you clarify which it is?
Oct
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comment Why don't we force carbonate at a higher PSI
I do the same. And "quality control" is one of the perks of being a homebrewer! :)