Read that last night in the magazine. Very good read.
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Some may have needed the explaination, but I was laughing when I read Gordon's post. Some say the T-34 was the best tank of the war.I'm still amused by the thoughts of hops from Kursk. Instead of type T-90, they are type T-34. Aroma of cordite and diesel.That was a thought that hadn't occurred to me.
Put's a whole new meaning on the notion of of hop-bombs.
(for those confused here, Kursk was a battle on the Eastern Front in the summer of 1943. It remains the largest tank battle in history. The T-34 was a Soviet Tank.)
One of the several reasons that E85 is 15% gasoline is that you can't drink it.At one of the NHC talks the presenter mentioned that you can get a liscense to home distill - to make fuel. The fuel must have additives that turn the fuel into a poison.
So it's OK to make poison at home but not spirits...
Tank space is golden. Lagers tie up the tanks. So... ales.You should also carb at the same time you are lagering. 3 and 4 happen concurrently, not sequentially.
Good deal. Thanks to all..... I can sure see why most small craft brewers only do ales.