« on: October 03, 2013, 08:01:36 AM »
Martin Brungard uses Aluminum pots. That's all the reassurance I'd need.
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I notice in the picture above that you have a tri-clamp on the lid for your blow-off. How did you attach it? Mine just has a hole in the lid.
*edit* You must have the 14.5 gallon conical.
Mine is the 10 gallon and it doesn't have a tri clamp holding the lid on.
Morebeer sells a conical for about twice the cost as this one. Anyone know the difference to justify the cost? I've been hesitant to drop $900.
At 1.069, I wish I had pitched 2 packets. I don't think a single was enough.
Did it stall on you? it ripped through 1.048 in 2 weeks (< 1.002)
Yeah my next purchase is an upright freezer that will fit the new conical I just received. I'm running out of garage space! The good news is that this is the last possible piece of brewing equipment I can envision buying.Never say never.
That's really funny. Runways are designated by the compass degree they are aligned with, e.g. Taking off on a runway due east, you are taking off on runway 9. Due south, is runway 18...
Two parallel runways due south, runway 18 left and 18 right. Never heard of runways with letter designations.
If you want a good Siri laugh check out this youtube video:
Siri vs Hawaiian Pidgin
Interesting. I may not have the actual letter right (though I think I do), but I know it wasn't a number. I guess its just another way it was wrong. Also it was in a part of the airport where the float planes and small planes are at - don't know if that would make a difference.
Seems you're not alone! http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2013/09/26/apple-maps-app-directs-drivers-to-runway/?intcmp=features
Steve, I assume you are aware of this website and its recommendations for Piney hops: http://hopunion.com/aroma-wheel/?aroma=Pine