A friend of mine has one. I've done a brew day with him. In addition to the above mentioned gravity limitation, I am unimpressed with the heating element. It takes a long time to heat and the boil is weak.
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For me it kind of depends on the recipe. For something like a dark roasted malt that I'm using in a relatively low amount to begin with I may leave the quantity the same, especially if it's there primarily for color. Otherwise, I usually scale by percentage, but then I start rounding up the specialty grains to an even number of ounces because I have OCD like that.
I just label the caps with these:
I have a laser printer, so no worries about running ink. And you never have to worry about removing any labels. They do have some nice label stock as well if you want to do some nice labels for gifts as well.
I've got an ink-jet printer so the ink running issue is unavoidable.
Not with my old Epson ink jet. I don't know what's up with their inks, but they don't run.
Will post-it labels stay on if submerged in a cooler?
I use a SS 300 micron filter. Works really well !