That happened to me last winter with a russian imperial stout. Between a boil over and overflowing fermenter, I lost about 2 gallons. At least cream ale costs less.
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Dang, that would be awesome. Or a swim up all you can eat pizza and chicken wings bar. Like Izzy's
I am in Philadelphia now. Already knocked out two new breweries (yards and evil genius) that I have had at least one beer from. Any place I should stop by, and/or anyone else drinking nearby?
After 440 batch sparged brews, I've reached the conclusion that it just doesn't matter all that much. I sparge with water anywhere from 180-200 F and that gets my grain bed into the upper 160s. That's good enough. If it's lower than that, it doesn't matter. If it's a bit higher than that, it doesn't matter as long as your pH is OK.I do what Denny says.
I guess it is an app that provides reading content - sort of competing with Amazon's core market.2 - Will it be available in the Amazon store for Kindle Fire?We're looking into whether or not we can get the Android version in the Amazon store. Amazon does not make it easy to add new apps to their store.
I gather that the browser that comes with Kindles does not play well with eZymurgy, either.
Gonna try to make one of theseJust start with 3" foam though. Cut it easily with an electric carving knife.
In terms of American Light Lagers, Yuengling is the new Coors (reversing the east & west coast, obviously).
As others have said, it's a situational type thing.
I think it is a great idea. But I also think shots sold in ketchup-style packages would be revolutionary...
Strung together like Zots so you could wear them around your neck, and glow in the dark so it would be bonus trippyness
I used the paint stir drill method yesterday to chill the wort on a cream ale. I didn't run the drill as fast this time, no froth at all until it was below 100°. It still dropped temp very fast. I didn't time it but guessing less than ten minutes from 210-80.Sounds good. You don't need much movement at all to speed up cooling.