Don't you mean "stange condensation?"
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Yep its whether or not you value it enough to spend more. If your happy with bud craft beer is a chance to charge 50-150% more.
They aren't in stores yet, but at NHC they were saying around $10.
I can get WLP for $6 something at my LHBS, add $1.25 for the DME for a starter is quite a bit less than $10.
Add to that the o2 scrubbing action of the remaining yeast and I suspect it's even less important so long as you're not splashing the beer around all over the place.
I think the biggest takeaway from all the Exbeeriments so far, for me, is that if you have otherwise good process control (as Marshall clearly does), letting one variable slip probably won't compromise the beer.
Software says at 1qt per #, you can mash those 17# with 1.42G of extra space for a 5G batch @ 1.086
I see you ran the number for 1qt/# vs 1.25qt/#. Can you up the pound to 20 keeping 1qt/#? Thank you so much, I need to buy that software your using.
OH, who would take the hose off the disconnects? In my case, that would mean ripping off the Oetikir clamps.
If you batch sparge, as I do, then grain bed depth doesn't matter.
if you continuous sparge like I do, grain bed thickness, tun geometry, and false bottom design all make a difference.