« on: February 14, 2013, 09:21:29 PM »
Nice! I love a gadget.
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Or a sweet table
If all fails you have some firewood.
make sure it isn't connected to a kegIt's funny because I would do that. In December I didn't think the poppet on full pressurized keg looked right, so I pushed down to re-seat it. Face-full of beer. It was a shameful walk back into the house.
I try and be very careful at these big beer events since it's a marathon and not a sprint.I don't know, but three days seems more like IronMan than a 'little marathon'
What about bombers? Do they mention how many (or if) bombers will fit and still stack with any stability?Watch the video on the site. They show it loaded with several different size bottles and tell you how many of each will fit.
Save money that way - just like homebrewing.I don't know how anyone makes a living selling gadgets to home brewers. I am already envisioning drilling holes in some old plastic shelving that has legs attached.
That's funny! My first thought was I can make something like that.
The second thought was "I'll get right on it. As soon as I buy a router dovetail jig and build those nice wooden bottle cases I designed 11 years ago."
I keep it simple with 100% pale or munich grist. I will sometimes add some sugar, 1 lb sounds good. I did a wheat wine with coconut sugar that came out nice. that was 2 lb for 21 liters and I aged it in a rum barrel so it's got a lot going on.That sounds good
Ask Eugei understand. but i don't consider how expensive my time is when i am out for a bike ride, growing tomatoes etc. infact, i have installed my own hardwood floors, resided my house, built my own shed, when i could have probably been working and made more than what i would have paid someone to do it for me, but i need a change of scenery from the normal work i do, the labor is theraputic for me, and there is always the "ha, i can do that" factor.
I know what you are saying but if you have a friend come over and drink 12 big pints of your czech lager that you have been hanging onto for 3 months and he blows the keg or you have a leak in your poppet and you leak an entire keg of Belgian Quad into your keggerator what is it that hurts the most? Is it the cost of ingredients or the time you put into it?
my foot in his ass.
Yes, if you skip the part that makes them better - then they are not better. I think the storage aspect is not the main selling point. If I were to sanitize and store bottles, I'd foil the tops and store them upright.Would it be just as effective to rinse, then store empty bottles upside down in a case box with 6-pack holders in it?But you can't dry them that way or the cardboard will disintegrate.
Okay fair enough. But what if I rinse, drain/dry, then store?