« on: June 09, 2013, 06:03:04 AM »
Yes. The posts are slightly different diameters. Not enough to be obvious, but enough to make you curse if they're backwards.
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May want to try a sour mash/sour wort instead.This is the awesome answer.
Good idea there.It's unclear why all of a sudden the siphon is leaking. I suspect it is the reason why my last IPA sucks. I'll try more dry hops to hide the off flavor. Anyway will use worm clamp with existing hoses and then buy a size too small hose when I retire the existing hoses.
You might try just snipping an inch or two off the end of the hose. Maybe it got stretched a bit with repeated use.
She'll go into why a 1L starter isn't really worth it - 2L starters are much better.It's true - growth depends on cell density and a 1L starter is too dense for much growth.
I also have one of these - I wonder sometimes how I got along without it. Cleaning lines is SO EASY now!I know! I've been looking at that Pimp My System post for ~9 months wanting to build it, never got around to it. It is so simple to clean lines now.
All grain ingredients are cheaper. But the path you follow may lead to Blichmann brew kettles, march pumps, kegerators, a brew shed...Another, admittedly less noble, reason is that it is cheaper to brew all grain.How so?
grain is cheaper per unit of extractable sugar than extract.
So say we all.I really like the Reading Terminal Market, but it has no space to get more than a few people together in any one spot. I suggest we pick up some food from there and meet in the hospitality suite on Thursday after the seminars and before Pro Night.Directly accross from the hotel is Reading Terminal market with tons of food vendors. Could always meet there (or meet in the hotel lobby and walk there). There are places to sit, but finding room might depend on how busy it is. And in such a huge place we have the risk of heading cats.
Reading Terminal Market is always fun. Great food and a nice price.
Good idea, Jeff.
I'll second that!