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Offline clef051

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Re: Thanks Denny
« Reply #30 on: October 04, 2013, 05:06:29 PM »
I guess I'll pile on, too.  I'm an all grain brewer BECAUSE of Denny Conn.  I regularly sell the merits of the the Cheap-N-Easy method to newer brewers in our club, or brewers looking to move from extract to all grain.  I also often ask myself "what would Denny do?"  Maybe we need to make spiffy "WWDD" wristbands.  The hitch would be deciding what color they'd be.  Deep chocolate like BVIP?  "Waldo Lake" amber?  I think they'd better be "tie dye."  ;-)

Thanks Denny!

Jim

Blue so they match the cooler :D

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Re: Thanks Denny
« Reply #31 on: October 04, 2013, 07:12:48 PM »
Unfortunately for me, I learned all the bad brewing practices on my own before I even heard of Denny, so I don't have a blue cooler or any other color cooler for that matter.  I'm stuck doing fly sparges on a modified SABCO system.  If I had only known.

But, but, you can do batch sparging on a SABCO!  8)
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Re: Thanks Denny
« Reply #32 on: October 04, 2013, 07:23:35 PM »
Unfortunately for me, I learned all the bad brewing practices on my own before I even heard of Denny, so I don't have a blue cooler or any other color cooler for that matter.  I'm stuck doing fly sparges on a modified SABCO system.  If I had only known.

But, but, you can do batch sparging on a SABCO!  8)

There's a lot of dead space under the false bottom that doesn't lend well to batch sparging, but it as other advantages.
Jeff Gladish, Tampa (989.3, 175.1 Apparent Rennarian)
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