A CFC and a plate chiller are basically the same thing, and either will be more efficient than an immersion chiller. The advantage of the plate chiller is that it's going to be easier to clean, but it's also more likely to need cleaning IME.
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"During the respiratory phase of this process, these tiny monocellular organisms convert the available oxygen in the hopped wort to carbon dioxide"
For me, the best plan would be to try to find a 3.5% mild recipe or something. If I could make a full bodied, good tasting 3.5% beer, that's really all I want.
i plan on subbing in rice or corn maybe even both and i will tell you how that goes to.
If goose island, two brother's or great lakes made a beer similar to busch would it now be a good craft beer?
For example, today it started at 154 and an hour later the thermometer is reading about 144. I'm guessing I'm losing a lot of heat to warm the cooler so I'm wondering what you do.