Tristan - I have been using the bucket heater with the heavy duty timer, and that is one thing that I really like. Get out of bed and you are ready to mash in.
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But trust me, you get to the point where you don't get much more than supplies.Time for another hobby?
You need to keep economy running.
Sorry. Bad brewer. My apologies in advance.
It might be even funnier for you, I think.Prediction is 1/2 inch of ice and some snow for tonight.
But I am glad I am not in Hawaii.
I see those two talking heads all of the time.
Yeah, the Sea Eagle was apparently a USN variant but I'm not sure how widely it was used or if it remains in service. The Strike Eagle is USAF. Just vindicating the honor of our naval pilots!I had to look this one up. The F-15N was a variant proposed for the Navy when the F-14 Tomcat was having development problems. None were ever built from what I can see.
The 1.070 minimum is for a IIPA.If it's hoppy enough, it will be a great AIPA regardless of the base malt.
Good point Denny.
I estimate an OG=1.065...which would put just under the minimum of 1.070 but nontheless could be entered as such.
No, only the 20 minutes it takes them to get the order together. I might buy something else, but the last 2 trips were < $80.Someday you will have all the stuff that is needed. Then you only spend $100 on supplies per trip. It may take a few years. Maybe many years. But trust me, you get to the point where you don't get much more than supplies. Says the old guy!You'll still wander around the place for an hour but eventually you will stop bringing as much home per trip.