I like rice four for beer batter....seems a little lighter and crisper.
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My opinon, get as mch pot as you reasonably can afford.
Thanks everyone, I appreciate all the advice.
Been meaning to do this for a few months. I just signed up!
Did it through the Homebrewers Association site. Am I too expect something from USPS?
Most difficult - Light lager - Helles - can't hide anything in there. Faults stick out like a sore thumb.
I will set my additions out on a table with my timer and brew utensils.
Bittering hops in a bowl
Aroma hops in a Different bowl
final additions like whirlfloc and nutrients in another little shotglass
Then I just go down the line up and usually don't forget anything
I have had 2 of these: http://www.hannainst.com/usa/prods2.cfm?id=031003&ProdCode=HI 98128 although it was 0.01 accuracy when I got it. The first lasted several years. The second only lasted 1-2 years, but I didn't store it in the storage solution.
Now I have a Milwaukee.
Get the calibrating solution in 16 oz bottles from your local science supply store.
Well it sounds like you are going to celebrate like a professional at least!