« on: December 01, 2013, 12:51:47 PM »
You have to assume that the water part of wert will evaporate at the same rate as water once it is heated to over 100C.
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I'm brewing a kolsch this weekend. Thankfully it looks like the temps are going to warm up a bit from the below-freezing stuff we've had the past couple days.
Brooklyn is pretty big, but do try Barcade, Mugs Alehouse, and for sours and Belgians Spuytin Duyvel is a must.
Swing by the AHA booth at Club Night and let me know what you think of my Saison.
See ya in Philly!
Time to spill the beans...
The keynote speaker is...*drum roll*...Tom Peters!
edit: Here is a link to the announcement online
One problem I have with silicone tubing is its flexibility. When hot, it may be too flexible for use as a pump
This is my biggest complaint - it can kink / contract near the barb when its on the suction side of the pump. PITA, but since I bought $40 worth of tubing, I'll use it until it needs replaced...
I have never had this problem. I use a pump from the boil to the plate chiller too. It is described as heavy wall tubing on the seller's website. Maybe that is the difference?
Well, dang it, I didn't register in time so I'll miss the fun.
Betcha if you pay attention you can find a ticket over there in the classifieds!
As for me, I'll be there and for the first time in a long while, I won't be doing a damn thing, except failing at being pretty.
If you see me, feel free to accost me. I don't mind!
I'll be there and will be doing a pouring shift for the Brewing Network on club night. There are 4 of us from the Seacoast Homebrew Club going, but just as attendees...no organized club event.