« on: October 27, 2013, 09:12:44 AM »
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Yeah... that thread is still locked.
I guess it's possible that he had way too much yeast and a combination of a carb-rich diet, poor digestion and a buildup of starch in the colon could result in the production of a decent amount of alcohol. Your colon has a lot of blood vessels so it's very easy to get wasted from alcohol in there. Google wine enema.
Still, the story seems like a stretch. If this guy was a homebrewer then he definitely should have figured this one out, especially after he turned his butthole into an airlock.
I'd go with the 2 stage just because it allows for more flexibility. If you're just using a small freezer, and are looking to save a little money I would consider getting the stc-1000 temp controller. It's less than $30, is simple to wire up and use, and comes with dual stage functionality.
I use one of these...winner of many cider press comps! http://www.correllciderpresses.com/
Quote from: duncan link=topic=16709.msg211095#msg211095That would be faster than I can get 8 gallons of juice from a press too. I did juice some crab apples once to add to cider, but the chute on my juicer would require me to cut whole apples.
He said on his household, whole-fruit juicer (1200w), he can get ~8.5 gallons of juice in an hour of processing. Not too shabby, and a good way to get around the typical 'pulp and press' equipment.