« on: December 04, 2013, 04:09:30 PM »
you could just have a tap with something horrible in it and hide the good homebrew.
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The bakery departments at Costco/ Sam's clubs get their icing in 2 and 5 gallon food grade buckets. They will let you have them and they work great for storing grains as well as fermenting beer. FREE
Yeah I was pretty surprised about the change too. I'll probably test it again next year to see if it's more consistent with the results I just got.
So I guess I'll give your ticket for the HOF induction ceremony for Brady and Belichick to someone else, huh Tom.Absolutely. I would turn that down if it was a fully paid for trip, unless I was allowed to punch Belichick in the jimmies. I have nothing against Brady, except that he is an overrated whiner.For someone who hates the Patriots so much, you really don't talk about anything else.I don't really hate the Pats, just their cheating coach who got a slap on the wrist instead of a nut punch for it.Best Head coach and Quarterback combo ever!! EVER!!I didn't know they had legalized weed for recreational use in NH too!! Congratulations!
87.6% of all statistics are made up right on the spot.can we assume then that 13.4% of the statistics then are factual?
What I find irritating is I seriously contemplated buying shares of the company around 2000 at $8 per share, but it was fluctuating so wildly on a daily basis I did not. It's at $226. Where's the facepalm emoticon when you need it.
Jim Koch is an evil 1%er?! Oh the humanity!!
What next, Santa's not real?
I would have it sit in the foyer as a decoration in the old Victorian house I don't own
I was a chemical engineer, now a patent attorney. I have a copy of Perry's where the data they use comes from. The article is purely a paper study. Their calculations are reasonably accurate for doing comparisons among common cooling options. I would not assume that they are accurate for other purposes. I do not consider what they are doing "BS," but I'm not surprised that one person's real world data does not coincide with an estimate from a paper study.
Theoretically, counterflow cooling should always be faster than batch immersion cooling for same coolant flow rate and same heat transfer area assuming proper design because in counter flow the coolant exiting the cooler is cooling wort at the initial temperature. In immersion cooling, very little of the coolant is cooling wort at the initial temp.