Sometimes the oring doesn't seal properly. My gas supply house gave me a plastic gasket to use in addtition to the oring and this works great. They give me one every time I fill one of my tanks.
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I don't have any issues with reusing old commercial bottles as long as they are properly cleaded and sanitized. It's a waste of money IMHO.
Shoot me now.....
To name a few and in no particular order......
Fleetwood Mac - Only for the girlfriend after Buckingham/Nicks joined Bob Welch and before - I'll give ya.
Foghat - A band I love to hate
R.E.O. Speedwagon - Didn't get much radio play outside the midwest before 1980.
The Doors - I'll give you this one
Jefferson Starship - I'll give you this one
The Bee Gee’s - pre disco OK after that the taste of gunmetal in my mouth
Led Zeppelin - I don't consider LZ pop. They only had one song that got got radio play back in the day WLL.
Elton John - After Madman, I just couldn't listen to him anymore
Pink Floyd - Again, no radio play before The Wall not considered pop to me.
Rolling Stones - I'll give you this one
The Eagles - I'll give you this one
Paul McCartney & Wings - Meh
Chicago - Early stuff was good, but again, Meh
Lynyrd Skynyrd - I'll give you this one
Aerosmith - good but meh
Rod Stewart - I'll give you this one
Deep Purple (My all time favorite song “Smoke on the Water”!) - SOTW didn't get radio play when Machine Head first came out. At least in New York.
Three Dog Night - I'll give you this one
Doobie Brothers - I'll give you this one
ZZ Top - No radio play before Tres Hombres.
BTO - Good partying band but meh otherwise
Santana - I'll give you this one
Grand Funk Railroad - I'll give you this one
Kansas (I've requested “Dust in the Wind” be played on that final day. Hopefully a long time from now!!) - I'll give you this one
Styx - good but meh
Nazareth - I never heard these guys on the radio until they had been around for five years or more. Don't really consider them pop either. Kinda like ACDC maybe.
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - I don't consider these guys pop. Didn't get much play in the early days either.
Rare Earth - I'll give you this one although there best stuff was never plyed on the radio.
I set mine for 65% for big >1.090 beers as well although my DIPA is ususally around 72-75%. I attribute that to the cane sugar addition.
What was your actual efficiency for your RIS?