Myles and I will be there starting on Wednesday. I'm sure he will love to see the real source of all of the times I've said, "So I was reading on the AHA Forum..." Haha
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Okay... so I lied about the time saving thing. I went ahead and added comments to the original file so I wouldn't have to click back and forth. Includes full descriptions and speaker names.nice, yeah I mostly threw it in the blocks to make scheduling easier. This is pretty handy though so you don't have to keep referring to the website. Thanks.
Should be able to download it from here and see all of the comments:
I think I found it, didn't scroll down far enough on the site. Need to take the written proficiency exam next. Now to find one in Canada....
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1EgDULfElyyr20GP66YOfERTr2Pw631k6mZo3if0S40c/edit?usp=sharing...and the planning begins... On a side note I always hate that format... I wish it was better laid out in blocks... I always end up putting all the info into a spreadsheet to make my decision making easier...
If you do put it in a spreadsheet would you share it please? Which seminars to attend and which ones to listen to?
I'm pretty sure once you open it you can create a copy of it and then edit it... I usually mark the backgrounds of the seminars I want to go to with green, the ones I don't with red, and leave the ones I'm unsure about in white... I usually change the time headers to a green back ground once I get a seminar in that block picked as well.
+1. It's all about getting high attenuation and 'drinkability' through low mash temps and using sugar/syrup adjuncts.
Amanda - Sucks you got injured. I was actually thinking the risks last night. I wonder if using a stainless disconnect would be safer. Those things are $30-40.
I prefer flare over barbed fittings. Little bit extra up front, but easier to work with if you want to swap ball to pin or sanke.
I love my co2 charger for taking kegs places.
Dip tube brush is nice to have if you don't have a way of effectively cleaning them.
Keg lube is a must. I apply to all rings when assembling, lid ring when sealing, and post rings when attaching to the lines.
BLC for cleaning lines. Oxyclean and pbw work ok, but proper line cleaner is superior for cleaning nasty stained lines.
Build one of these line cleaners too. Might take some effort to find a post with the proper threading, but it is easier than using a keg and cheaper than the proper line cleaner pump bottles that run near $50. Plus, those proper line cleaners work from the faucet, not the disconnects.
Perl Faucets are more expensive, but the standard ones stick if not used every day... get the Perl's up front or you will find yourself replacing them later.
There is no way I would spend the $$ on a Therapen when they make the RT600c. I have two of the RTs and they are nice. Now I need an extra one for other duties.
What is up with people on Kickstarter selling t-shirts for $50?
Guys, I just wanted to share a frickin' link to some frickin' glasses. Wish I would have never posted the damn thing. Sheesh!
I have never had a beer look that clear in the carboy. I love Munich helles though. Can't seem to get the flavor that Weihenstephaner Premium has. I wonder if some of that is oxidation, but whatever it is, I love it. It's almost honey-like.