« on: September 11, 2010, 06:50:03 PM »
NO! do not get the sensor wet, unless you want to buy a new sensor! There are ways you can waterproof it but don't immerse it!
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QuoteNo offense meant to anyone here but we may be experts at HOMEBREWING - but few people here know much, if anything, about professional brewing.
True, but there's a big difference in brewing, on any level, and doing grunt work. Just because you know how to clean a mashtun, that doesn't mean you know how to brew. There is such a thing as selling yourself short.
So, with an ambient room temp of say 40F, a 40-watt bulb should keep my refrigerator at ale fermentation temp?Yes, leave the temp controller active, the fridge thermostat will probably not go UP to 60!
I understand that direct light on the carboy is to be avoided, but what about indirect, light that is reflected off the insides of the refrigerator, onto the carboy?