I'll have to check, but I think I've got some Firestone ball locks.
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You can't brew a doppelbock with batch sparging
I thought that historically they used the oyster shells as fining agents.
Kao has a good one on his page. You tasted that one in Minneapolis.
Do the full thing.You might regret it if you book an early flight for Sunday.
Read the first time attendee guide.
Get prepared for lots of beer, and lots of fun.
You won't regret it.
These are the caps, right? As far as labor-intensive goes, I bottle now.
I plan to try to be a little more sober next time. Don't remember much of Seattle.
at least you ain't drinkin' outta the fermenter!
Silly question: could one theoretically forego a kegging system with bottles, carbonator caps, a CO2 tank, that the requisite hoses and regulator? (Currently lack space for a kegerator, but I could see this setup for, say, a small batch and a canoe trip.)