Use whirlflock if you have any concerns. Same thing, only processed. Works better (IMO) and dissolves completely so there is nothing to filter.
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The only time I felt filtering beer was almost worth the hassle was so I could take a couple of uncarbonated kegs to a party. I filtered them to get the chunks out so that when I pressured up to 30 psi and shook them the beer wouldn't be totally cloudy. Otherwise I let time, temp and gravity do all the work.
I went about it a whole diferent way. I made my music portable with an iPod...for $150 you can get a small decent stereo in each room. Plug the mp3 player in and viola...
I know Denny just looked at his LP collection and sighed...and he is right...
Any objection to just running wire, though? That's the cheapest of all!
What about something that would broadcast a stereo signal? Is there any such plug in device that I would broadcast through the house - kinda like the iPod car receiver thing, but stronger?
Its called an FM transmitter. Google "house fm transmitter" or similar. Sometimes the commercial products have an adjustable potentiometer so they can stay within fcc guidlines and you can add more power if needed
In SF, Brew Free or Die is often on sale, making it a really good deal for a commercial IPA (particularly since buying it locally means it is really, really fresh). I don't find it too sweet. Pretty tasty for an everyday brew.
Are you buying it in cans and where are they brewed? IIRC the cans sold in PA are brewed in MN by Cold Spring.
Of the three sold in PA, I liked Monks Blood the most.
Took me awhile to crawl out from all those "+1's" that fell on me.I'm literally "loling"