What's your budget?
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RA = TA - 0.71[Ca] - 0.59[Mg] = [HCO3]/1.22 - 0.71[Ca] - 0.59[Mg]
This is what we used: http://www.brewgadgets.com/p-398-red-raspberry-fruit-puree.aspx?gclid=CKCGz_iAn7oCFeHm7AodKBgAcA One can roughly split between two carboys.
The motorized mill at my local homebrew shop doesn't use the sheaves. They have some kind of connection between the motor and the mill that bypasses them. Does anyone have info on motorizing the mill that way?
The tag changes to L when I set it to liters but the actual volumes remain in Gallons.
Long story, Ron, but I'm on "paid administrative leave". I may just retire rather than go back.
What else would I sanitize in the brewery other then the stuff that will come in contact with the beer.
Help me now.
We were on a road trip thru southern utah....
I think Friday afternoon we are heading to Dry Dock (in Aurora) where they are tapping a Jamaican Rum Oak barrel aged Vanilla Imperial Pumpkin ale (my beers just don't have enough words in their names ) around 3:00pm. Then we're heading to the light rail to make our way to the GABF.
I won't be there, but they will be pouring my beer at the pro am booth. See if you can guess which one it is.
(I don't think I'm allowed to promote it.)
That's because you don't really need a batch sparging calculator.