I was able to enter and pay for 4 entries in NY. Entry information page shows them all paid for.
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This is what Williams Brewing said about it:QuoteCBC-1 CASK CONDITIONING This yeast is advertised as being for use after beer has fermented in the bottle or cask as a yeast that settles out quickly, and leaves minimal flavors. To be fair, we used this to ferment a light ale with a starting gravity of 1.055. It fermented to 1.025, and the beer produced was a bit fruity, very clear, and we thought slightly off in flavor.
Not too promising.
On casters??? In case you need to move it.....
Here is the site I was going to copy from: http://www.vinesugar.com/blog/entry/331
I really like having them individually on casters to be able to move around. The 15 gallon ones aren't bad to lift with some help but would be really nice just to be able to wheel them around.
I've read enough about the corona to know what I'd be getting in to. Fine crush is no problem, as I'll be doing BIAB anyway.
I kind of like the thought of a Philmill from a nostalgia perspective. And the price is right (under $40).
I'm typically doing a partial mash with <10 lbs of grain so milling time is no big deal, either.
If no one has horror stories about the Philmill, I think I'll pull the trigger today.