Well, they are a plant product and food. Produce doesn't have a scientific definition.
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Only at the lab on 3 ml cultures. The biggest centrifuge I know about in our building will handle maybe 250 mls per container. Here is a pic of the inside of one of those that broke - good thing the outside remained intact while the inside shredded itself. The size of centrifuge you would need to pellet yeast in a 5-gallon batch . . .My old boss was a mechanical engineer who previously worked for Dupont designing centrifuges. He told me stories about doing this on purpose to test the housings. Fun!
Doesn't look anything like it to me. Line weight is different. 9 doesn't connect the loop, I would never mistake the two.Three dominant graphic elements - The font is nearly identical. The green is within the color pallette Magic Hat normally uses. And many Magic Hat logos use a starburst. I wouldn't confuse it with the #9 label specifically, but if I saw that label from a distance I'd probably think it was Magic Hat one-off.
Yeah, they want quick turnaround. Space and time are money.30°C (86°F) is pretty standard for breweries that bottle condition. You're definitely in the ballpark.
Wow. I had no idea it was that warm.....
I've been wanting to do that, but can't find single "layers" for sale. Do you know where to get them?If I were looking to buy a bottle tree, I'd probably get this instead. I have a red bottle tree and it takes up space and only holds 45 bottles. An inconvenient number since a 5 gallon batch is ~52 12oz bottles.
My bottle tree is expandable; just unscrew the top hub/handle and screw on another "wheel" of nine drying "branches". When I got it, it had five wheels that could hold 45 bottles; I added another to get to 54 to handle a 5 gallon batch.