I see that the Alkaline Brewery Wash is not recommended for use on soft metals like aluminum or zinc. Does anyone know if it's okay on brass or copper? I have a copper dip tubes in my kettles, and some brass valves and QDs,
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No. Sigh.... she made promise not to wear it on wedding day. I respectfully agreed.
Looks like this hoopy frood has some reading to do. As soon as I find my towel, that is.
We have a terrific new concept we're working on here in Michigan. It's called "Inside"...Unfortunately, full-scale brewing indoors just isn't an option for me. It should be around 20-25 F here this Saturday, so I'm going to sack-up and jury-rig some tarps to block the wind and brew outside. The part of my patio where I brew has a roof and I have an infrared heater to take the chill off. It's really the wind that's the problem - it messes with my burners and really impacts my boil-off rate. That just means more monitoring during the boil with my refractometer so I hit my target OG.