Here's another system that might work too from Michael Tonsmeire, The Mad Fermentationist http://www.themadfermentationist.com/2011/07/drying-hops-at-home.htm
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+1QuoteI did my first AG last month and made a very simple spreadsheet combining notes from Denny's site and Palmer's book. It's pretty straightforward with just a handful of inputs (mash temp, grain bill, etc...) and I ended up hitting the calculated numbers just about spot on. I'll be more than glad to pass it along if you'd like.
If you could email that to me that would be awesome. Thank you kindly
melferburque at gmail.com
I'd love to see a segment on shooting beer cans through walls.1. Myth busting segments.
That would be cool. There is soooooooooo much conflicting information available that is either bad or just confusing.
As long as it's done in a relatively scientific manner and not the "our one try did/didn't work therefore the myth is true/false" methodology that those clowns on TV use.
My copy was just delivered to the Hawaiian guy in his canoe at the docks in San Francisco, He will begin paddling at first light and arrive here in Puna in a week or two.Out here in the western continent, we use stagecoach.
I'm not laughing, more shaking my head. You can find repeated posts around here that airlock activity is not a reliable sign of fermentation in a bucket.+1
That said, while three packs is a lot it is not so much that I would expect any off flavors. RDWHAHB.
At least it was in the sink, better than all over the floor.+1
Now, get thee a better bottle as a replacement