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Equipment and Software / Re: The Zymatic has landed!
« Last post by theDarkSide on Today at 12:03:39 PM »
What do you do when it becomes self-aware?

Just what do you think you're doing, Denny? (in a creepy Drew voice)
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Classifieds / Who do you buy from ?
« Last post by Off Grid Dave on Today at 12:02:59 PM »
I've learned prices for one thing or another are higher for certain items and lower for another,  If I want a large supply of hops , grains , Malt extract I order from Bulkapothcary ...  I'm just curious if many others order from there or not ...  I would really like to hear others opinions ... Thanks
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Equipment and Software / Re: Spoon or paddle
« Last post by hopfenundmalz on Today at 11:54:33 AM »
Wooden mash fork for the 1/2 barrel with false bottom.

Plastic paddle or SS long spoon for cooler mash tun.
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Equipment and Software / Re: The Zymatic has landed!
« Last post by denny on Today at 11:50:31 AM »
What do you do when it becomes self-aware?

Count on Asimov's Law!
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Commercial Beer Reviews / Re: Stone Delicious IPA
« Last post by Wort-H.O.G. on Today at 11:32:22 AM »
my 8 year old called me out on eggo waffles without gluten. served them up, and she said "these taste funny , are they old?"..i chuckled and tasted them...yuck! 

wonder if that carries true with beer or not.
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Equipment and Software / Re: The Zymatic has landed!
« Last post by Jimmy K on Today at 11:24:30 AM »
What do you do when it becomes self-aware?
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Equipment and Software / Spoon or paddle
« Last post by Wort-H.O.G. on Today at 11:22:12 AM »
Grout stirrer and drill for dough in. After that a paddle.

That's interesting. It should work well. I'm just a little concerned with metal contact though, since my grout stirrer is galvanized. I'd rather not have that in contact with wort.  Are there plastic or stainless versions???

mine is epoxy coated-have not used it for my mash however...just the DIY stuff.

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Equipment and Software / Re: Spoon or paddle
« Last post by mabrungard on Today at 11:00:22 AM »
Grout stirrer and drill for dough in. After that a paddle.

That's interesting. It should work well. I'm just a little concerned with metal contact though, since my grout stirrer is galvanized. I'd rather not have that in contact with wort.  Are there plastic or stainless versions???
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Ingredients / Re: Hop Oil
« Last post by HoosierBrew on Today at 10:57:40 AM »
I don't know about that hopwater either. That sweetner really raise a red flag for me! I just don't see it being a practical product for brewing.

+1.  I'll pass.
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Ingredients / Re: Hop Oil
« Last post by nonestalius on Today at 10:51:40 AM »
I don't know about that hopwater either. That sweetner really raise a red flag for me! I just don't see it being a practical product for brewing.

I read it somewhere on the HopMyBeer.com website about using hop oils in bourbon! Now that sounds interesting! I also had a really awesome hopped mead before, with Cascade and Chinook I believe. I think this whole Hop oil thing may be way too much fun!! :)

Ordered mine and should receive it tomorrow!
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