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Kalonji.Glad nic asked. I had assumed you used kala jeera.
Ill post some food geeky close up spice shots when I get home.
Gives SWMBO the creeps every time I say it."What time does it get to the job site""It puts the lotion on its skin" ?
"It must work over time today"
One of the greatest quote in moviedom.
Agreed. At least they're recyclable and made from recycled materials. I don't know how much they will be, but I can imagine a lot of breweries sticking with the SS and maybe buying a few of these for when they ship beer across the country - like to GABF for example. Brewers are cheap, I think they have to be to make money. I know one brewer who still mostly uses golden gates, and sees no reason to change. Well, I should say the owner sees no reason to change, the brewer would love to get some newer technology.Just what we need, more trash for our "disposable throwaway society"
That was my first thought too, actually.
Just for S&G I grabbed about 6oz of IPA from the keggerator, a bottle of Sinmar from Weyermann (which is liquid Carafa II - essentially [fun face: Sinmar - from Latin, meaning without bitterness]), and a transfer pipette.
I started adding Sinmar a drop at a time until I had what I think is very close to red; however, it's not a blood red - it's an amber red. It's the red that you see in Irish Red Ale or American Amber - it's amber somewhat copperish color red.
Put a teaspoon of CaCl in a glass of your water. Come back in a few days and tell me what happened.Maybe for your water, but my tap water has very low mineral content and many salts dissolve very easily in it (at 7.9 pH according to Ward labs).Put a teaspoon of chalk in a glass of your water. Come back in a few days and tell me what happened.
For the sparge, if you add the salts to the HLT, the pH of the water will be too high to dissolve the salts and most will just sink to the bottom and sit there, hence, not making it into either the mash tun or the boil kettle.Maybe for your water, but my tap water has very low mineral content and many salts dissolve very easily in it (at 7.9 pH according to Ward labs).
My socks tell me a different story.Your socks are liars.
We hear of the conversion of water into wine at the marriage in Cana as of a miracle. But this conversion is, through the goodness of God, made every day before our eyes. Behold the rain which descends from heaven upon our vineyards; there it enters the roots of the vines, to be changed into wine; a constant proof that God loves us, and loves to see us happy. The miracle in question was only performed to hasten the operation, under circumstances of present necessity, which required it.
Beer is proof that god loves us and wants us to be happy-Who is BF? Because Benjamin Franklin never said that