« on: August 16, 2012, 05:21:51 AM »
My refractometer works well for OG but you need to convert FG readings using a formula and I find it's still off. So I use a hydrometer for FG readings.
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Great to live near Wyeast, huh? I often get packs dated justv a day or 2 before I buy them. But I doubt a week or so will make a lot of difference.
Not at all. With a small pump you could take water from an ice bath and pump it through an immersion chiller. With enough ice and time you could even get your wort down to lager temps.i fell your pain bro (original poster). i took the temp of the water coming out of my hose solidly for over 5 minutes and it "got down" to 102.
HAHA exactly. I think it would be almost pointless to get an Immersion Chiller.....
I don't have any problems getting it to clear using finings and cold crashing.
with prices like this I'm surprised that there aren't more home brewers that maintain their own slants.
I did for several years, but finally decided it wasn't worth my time.