How 'bout "Christine" (John Carpenter, 1983)
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A DP over 200 for a Continental malt? I would think that maybe that is the WK index not degrees Lintner. 6 row is in the 160-180 degrees Lintner range.Oops, you are right, my bad. The pils is 250 WK/74 Lintner.
I tried to find it, couldn't. What are you planning on doing? They say it will convert itself at 100%. I would probably not try to use it to convert an adjunct though.Doing a Red Rye IPA 19lbs Red X, 4lbs flaked rye, 2 lbs Carared. Maybe I'll just swap 4 lbs of the Red x, for Best Pils. It has a diastatic power of over 200!
I generally don't get a krausen in my starters (though I so usually see some fine co2 at the top edges when I look really hard). I tend to use an aquarium pump on my starters... So the pump pumps air (through a filter) and directly onto the surface of my starter (which is on a stirplate).I've been wanting to try that! Do you use a some kind of cap on the flask? Carboy caps fit 2L to 6L flasks.
Is it ok to store Starsan in a SS kettle temporarily? I did so for a few days and noticed some brown "stuff" come off the kettle when I scrubbed it with a sponge. Could have been from an earlier brew, but just curious if it was degrading the metal somehow.That "stuff" is just a thin layer of beerstone. Instead of elbow grease and a BLUE scrubbie, I regularly just throw some spent starsan in the kettle to loosen that stuff up. Same effect as acid cleaner #5.
Ok! I was going to say "Hiked three miles to a neighbor's in boxers to get a spare key?"Don't worry, my wife has done that twice. It happens.Locked herself out or locked you out?
Been in my new place just a few days now. Last night, I had to walk out to the garage to grab something. Just ran out real quick, so I didn't dress for it. Go to get back in only to discover I had locked myself out. And my phone was also inside. So, in 20 degree weather, I had to make a three mile trek down a busy state route in my boxers, a t-shirt, and my Harley Davidson biker boots to get to my friends house to have drive me back over an let me in with the key I gave her. Long story short, I now have another spare hid outside, and I'm still waiting for my second ball to drop back down after hiding from the cold.
Thanks for the responses guys! I'm still waffling about the bayou classic kab4 or kab6, you just hear too many complaints of wasted propane / heat from the burner distance to the kettle.I have a KAB4, but I use the 82quart Bayou Classic Kettle. I find that my 44 quart kettle is too narrow and a lot of heat goes up the outside. I still have my jet burner (SP-10) that I use with my 10 gallon kettle to heat sparge water if I need to. It was loud, but did a great job with the narrower kettle. You could go with the Blichmann for $139.00 all SS! That will be my next burner.
Good stuff, thanks! I'm planning on mounting it vertically to my Top Tier Stand with the element at the bottom and the sensor on the top.