I found Jims wit to be very good. I think it would be "mild" enough for those not indoctrinated into the ways of really good beer. For that matter, I liked it much better than mine!!!!
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for doing a full boil for a 5 gallon batch, you should have an 8 gallon pot. Because if you want 5.5 gallons to go to the primary, then you will be boiling close to 6 1/2 or 7 gallons depending on how vigorous your boil is. And you need a little space above that for the foam head right when it start...
yes, when I was looking/dreaming before christmas, the price on the hopper was $88, lid $44, oh well, I waited and the cost has almost doubled. Now I'm thinking about doing that plastic jobbie from USPlastics. who knows!!!
- Fri Mar 14, 2003 7:09 am
- Forum: News, Events & Announcements
- Topic: Who are you?
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I'm just your narmal everyday stay-at-home dad. I used to do other stuff and have a storied past as far as jobs, but now I just take care of Zachary. Its one hellava job!!!!! I LOVE beer, and I love to make things so brewing is a good hobby to put both of those to good use. I started with extracts, ...
first...5 in 12 is OK. next, go to www.usplastic.com in the search area type 9349, and then click on the item that comes up. I think this would be an acceptable start, you would just need to add a dump valve and hole for your bubbler or stopper. Next, go to www.toledometalspinning.com Here, look at ...
I just needed to know how big of a stirring bar I need to get. I have a 100ml flask that is about 4 in across at the bottom. How big should the rod be?? Also, I'll probably get a bigger flask at some point, will I need a bigger rod for that??
- Tue Mar 11, 2003 5:30 pm
- Forum: General
- Topic: Should we go in on this together?
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I dont know, but ususally when you dont have any bids you lower the price a little to get some interest going, besides, with an item like this, I wouldnt bid till the end anyhow, to avoid a bidding war and pushing the cost up