« Last post by homebrewgamecock on April 15, 2014, 02:09:41 PM »
Bohemian Pilsner from last year. Was still lagering so it had not fully cleared yet.
It looks like Radio Shack has 120V mini-neon lamps - that might be your easiest fix. I can't tell for sure, but it looks like the assembly may include the resistor internally.
I originally looked at Radio shack and didnt see anything that i thought would work, do you have a part number? Ill grab one and try it out.
So my brewing obsession seems to be taking on a life of it's own.
One time while brewing, one of my huskies caught on fire. He was licking the floor after a boil over. I turned around to see him on fire and quickly put it out! His fur was singed for months. He did not care, he got to lick up sweet wort plus he had plenty of more fur to go before that hit skin. That beer became Burnt Dog Porter.
Was Stan's method to simply dry hop in secondary?
I don't think he was really advocating for one method or another. He was pointing out that dry hopping before the beer was removed from the yeast will produce different results than dry hopping with the beer on the yeast. It's up to each of us to try it and decide which method is appropriate for us.
I'd go so far as to say it's up to each of us to decide what is right for each particular brew. different results = different tools in the toolbox.