according to the Brewers Best description that kit does use a lager yeast but one selected to perform 'well' at ale temps.
This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.
you can't legislate safety.... its all about control/money.
'If the self-driving car isn't safe enough, set it up like a drone where someone somewhere else could take control if needed or the whole time if required.'
That is a seriously scary response/suggestion... There are already WAY to many 'things' controling us... we don't need any more!
Get Amore tomato paste in a tube. Fantastic flavor and easy to use and store.
I might move the 20 minute addition to 0 minutes because I think with smaller beers the hop presence is nice but if there is too much bitterness it can seem thin. grist looks good. I might skip the wheat because I can't think of a reason to put it in. I don't personally notice a huge difference in head retention or mouth feel with a small portion of wheat. but that is largely a personal preference to take that with a grain of salt.
I will probably remove the wheat....better to keep it simple. So you think that 1/2 oz of Amarillo at 20 min would be too much for 5 gallons? Balancing my hop schedule has been a real issue for me so I definitely don't want to over do it.
it shouldn't get more carbonated with time unless you are using a wild yeast.
Even then, if it's getting more carbonated over time it's scenario #3.
So, what's to say the other half accidents were caused by inebriation? Accidents happen and people get killed all the time. I don't think it is safe to assume that someone with a .08 limit gets in an accident and kills someone that the alcohol was necessarily to blame.
You have to be really careful with tests like this. They are worded to make a case and a point but that point may not be the actual cause of the issue.
Have to agree with some of what Dixon is saying. The guy who has 2 or 3 beers isn't the guy out there killing people when he gets behind the wheel. Statistically the DUI laws we have in place now have worked. I don't think lowering the limit any further will lower the death rate any.
I don't worry much about drunk drivers much. Even though I know it is I problem it never kept me off the road. But I have pretty much stopped riding my motorcycle because of cell phone talkers and texters. You want to implement some legislation go after these people.
I'm really tired of random numbers the government pulls out of its you-know-what. I trust myself on the road with a 0.15% BAC a lot more than some of the drivers I just encountered today.