« on: January 31, 2017, 10:43:15 PM »
I like Brulosophy and Experimental Brewing. The experiments generate more questions than answers but that's science.
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Curious who the troll was early on in the intro to lodo thread. I sped read about 35 pages and still didn't see any trolling. Honestly I only care if you think it was me, so I can fix that. And I'm fine with whoever just saying it, if it was me. If it's someone else I don't care.I'll say it. Bay Area Brewer consistently comes in and details threads to start stuff. Then Majorvices, Keith I believe, goes on a rant insinuating "LODO" proponents are the ones "hijacking" threads and uses the word "Nazi" describing them.
I brew 3 gallon batches that last 3-5 weeks in the keg. If the primary benefit of a low dissolved oxygen process is shelf life then maybe I don't need to bother.I'm tired of my pale ales going stale after 1-2 weeks. I just received my Hanna DO meter today. I was going I break it in on a BoPils but this nearly empty keg of cardboard APA I'm finishing makes me want to brew it LODO. I did over boil this batch tho. By like 8 points. Oops. It was my first brew at my new house and it was a late Friday night brew after a long week. Many things likely went wrong. Some had the stale flavor before though and in those cases it wasn't from aggressive boiling.
Uhh, you don't count . Jk. Still informative. Just awesome. 20bbl!Stevie,
I agree that the cost is definitely up there. I do like some of the features that they offer. Are the features worth the cost? Still not sure.
One of the things that I was thinking about with the conical is fermenting under pressure which I do not think that I can do with the brewbucket. Stout makes a TC pressure relive valve which I believe is what one of our local small breweries uses to ferment under pressure.
I love my conicals. However, I am brewing 20 bbl batches