« on: November 06, 2013, 03:43:05 PM »
You lose a lot less than you'd think. I was concerned when I first got my pump, but I quickly discovered that it wasn't enough to bother with.
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Damned straight. I don't think it should be expected at all. Our little pirate said thank you at every house.No, not acceptable. I told my kids if I didn't hear them say thank you they would have to go back and knock again just for that. They didn't forget.- but for the third year in a row I noted that not one said thank you
Sad! But to be expected these days.
We're taking our little one (Almost 3 now) for the first real trick or treat trip. just up the block and back, maybe hit three or four houses. We got him a tiny treat pail so he can't get too much.
He's gonna be a fire engine
I typically rinse, PBW or Oxy soak, hot rinse, sanitize, purge/pressurize CO2 and store. As Denny stated, if the keg will hold pressure while in storage, it should maintain pressure during kegging/serving. I keep my kegs pressurized while in storage.
New here, first post. Been active for a long time on the B3 forum. Location - East of Raleigh, NC
Is that a gas disconnect just under the RANCO? That is brilliant! What kind of hardware did you need to make that connection to the gas post?
Yes, the connector is just below the Ranco. It was pretty simple actually. I don't have the list of parts with me but the most critical are these:
Cornie adapter: http://www.northernbrewer.com/shop/adapter-for-corny-plugs-1-4-ffl-x-19-32-18.html
Type B ball lock gas connector: http://www.northernbrewer.com/shop/plug-assembly-gas-type-b-all-cornelius-ball-lock.html
Once I found those it was just finding a plumbing nipple that fit the adapter.
I lessthanthree this analogy.
I am fascinated by the word lessthanthree. Even as a phone autocorrect, I wonder about the derivation.
Not that this matters much, but I have been a stewart at both regional and national NHC comps. I've always doubled checked the judges math. It's wrong more than one might imagine. The judges can get ereal busy, and anything us stewarts can do to help has always been quite appreciated.
It seems to me that as long as your beers aren't overtly flawed, medaling in a large competition is very nearly random. That's good news for a small brewery owner, because you can shotgun entries into a few comps and be reasonably certain that you'll medal and get some advertising on the cheap.
Just as an example, last year there were 676 breweries competing at GABF, and 254 medals awarded.