Three weeks shouldn't be that much of a challenge, just make sure you pitch enough yeast.
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reading the product description on northern brewer it seems to be that the blichman is all stainless while the kab4 is cast iron. I don't know if this is actually true but either it is and that explains the price difference or it isn't and northern brewer is doing some serious false advertising.Blichmann's website only says stainless steel frame.
No? No good?A pump would also solve the height problem.
Yeah, for getting wort in. I don't know that I'd want to pump finished beer with most of the pumps we use.
Put some in a growler for the brats, dry hop the rest. Or just cook in dry hopped beer, no harm.Boil your bratwurst in itThat's a fantastic idea. I was thinking of grilling some brats this week...crap, now I'm wanting to dry hop it to try some new hops. What to do...
Suppose I can do both.
Or maybe I could cook my sauerkraut in it, grill the brats, then put the brats in with the sauerkraut. Yum!
Talk to a lawyer or your local alcohol control people. The rest of us are just guessing.
Haven't ordered from them but thinking about it, reasonable pricing and no minimum order required, sounds intriguing...........Nice! Most places have large minimum orders and glasses are heavy. If you do order a few hundred glasses shipping winds up doubling the cost!