Wrapping a (new, unused, sanitized ) copper Choreboy around the end of my siphon has also improved the clarity of my dryhopped beers.
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It does NOT matter as long as it is+1
are you ready?
I'll have to put a word in for Avery's Old Jubilation. I just made a clone of it and am blown away by the perceived spiciness . .with no spices added . . It'll definitely be warming my hearts cockles this winter!
Second, as soon as they take thier eyes off of what gets posted we will be hip deep in ads for either porn, penis enlargement, get-rich-quick schemes or all of the above.
Not a chance, we moderators are eagle eyed and move all that stuff to a private forum for our own use. huh?
Seriously, we have a fleet of volunteer mods and we're quick on thr trigger and we're well spread out timewise.
I bought the wine thief from the guys that make the auto-siphon, and I think I used it once.
I lightly toasted a few pounds of raw rye. The only beer I've used it in is still fermenting.
I do the same thing with raw wheat and very much like the results.
It all seems so confusing.