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Well, I'll be damned...logging in as a mere mortal, I have the same "go down" problem. I've reported it to the AHA IT folks.
Well then the solution is obvious. Just make everyone an admin.
Funny that this thread appeared today. I almost started one yesterday. I went to the grocery store last evening and looked for Celebration. It was gone, but Ruthless Rye IPA had taken its slot in the reach-in. $7.99/six-pack too.
Very nice beer. Very fresh too. I like how they rye and hop flavors combine and compliment each other. I like the bitter finish. Time to grab a couple of cases today. This beer will go very nicely with my tradional Frogmore Stew on Superbowl Sunday!
I paid $10.00 and some change for a six in a Utah Liquer Store. Pathetic!
Lee's Mild recipe from the book, The Craft of Stone Brewing Co.: Liquid Lore, Epic Recipes, and Unabashed Arrogance. Using Wyeast 1469 West Yorkshire in place of WLP007.1469 should be great in a mild. That's one my list of things to try it in now that it's part of the full time lineup.
Had a McChouffe a few days ago. It's a winter standard for me. While it does seem to have a low level of what we think of as "Belgian character" I wouldn't go as far as calling it a Scotch ale, exactly, either. Let's just call it "a damn fine beer!".I don't have BLAM handy to check, but I seem to recall that Stan says one of the Trappist breweries originally sourced their yeast from McEwan's. Unless I've misremembered that completely.
I usually don't pimp other forums, but Homebrew Talk has a whole section devoted to electric brewing. Read the sticky post "Electrical Primer for Brewers" to get a sense of things.You definitely should not use propane in a basement unless you spend the $$ to take proper precautions. Even then, you should not keep the tank indoors.
Are you aware whether the water heater coil would make a proper substitute?