« on: October 02, 2013, 07:26:19 AM »
+1 to foam control! I use a flask because it's one vessel, no mess, and there's nothing to sanitize, but a boil over definitely ruins that.
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Manning is a scoring machine...they'll be togh to beat this year.
Once the SMM boils out it doesn't matter if the condensation drips back in.
So Rolling Rocks flavor was caused by faulty exhaust which allowed some condensation back into the boil..Does that mean any condensation that drips back in causes DMS? If I use a Hop Spider won't some condensation likely drip back in? Will this cause DMS?
Just trying to learn! so don't beat me up for any silly questions.
Stacks with exhaust vents AND a condensate drip ring. Plus the kettle is domed. If you leave the flat lid on even partially, you'll notice that the underside is covered in steam condensation. That's the stuff that you don't want to fall back into your wort.
Just gotta ask...have you had a problem from boiling with a partially covered kettle? Because I haven't.