The *minimum* velocity would be something like 50 m/s, so if it was a small one and you happened to be looking in the right direction you could probably get clear. Statistically speaking, you'd probably jump right in front of a car though.
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Do you have a pic of the finished product you could post?
The result is that for the second step it's telling me I would need 1.48L of starter for the second step to achieve 350B cells. That's obviously not doubling the volume for the second step. I've tried a couple of other scenarios and got similar results. What am I doing wrong?
Sean, it sounds like you only do single-pallet orders, is that right? Is cask.com / Ball your distributor for that as well? $400 per pallet, that's something I could afford. Do you do anything special for your labels (like wrap-around or something?) or are they just the standard 2/3 circumference sorta deal?
Sean one more thing, how heavy are those pallets of cans?
You would need to fill your boil kettle a second time and chill the water prior to dilution. Essentially you're using the same energy to boil just water, and you'd need to have a vessel large enough to blend the batch. In-line dilution is impractical and you'd need an extremely expensive valve that would regulate the value aperture based on the flow rate of both the beer and the water. Otherwise your in-line blending would be inconsistent. These valves are electronically regulated and you'd need the flow sensors, the valve, and the electronics to run it all.
The Sean Terrill site is pretty cool.
I'm certain there is a more scientific way to approach this using the calculator.
How much of the actually pumpkin, do you need to put in a five gallon batch?