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Brewing processes and methods. How to brew using extract, partial or all-grain. Tips and tricks.

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Postby IrishRed » Fri Nov 15, 2002 7:26 am

I haven't heard of lacrosse boxes but I am sure it's the difference between Canada and US. It's not a party pig. It's copper tubing that goes from the keg, coils through a cooler (that is filled with ice), and comes out the tap on the other side. I know that B3 sells them ready to go, but I made mine.
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Good idea

Postby jayhawk » Fri Nov 15, 2002 11:18 am

That makes a lot of sense. If I ever start kegging, I will definetly build one.

Lacrosse boxes are hockey rink sized outdour courts used to play Lacrosse, which is like hockey except you use a ball and a stick with a little net basket type thing on the end. Oh, yeah, no ice either.
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im the youngest ;-)

Postby the baron » Tue Jan 27, 2004 12:19 pm

started at 18 distilling.

im now 20 and making all kinds of alcohols, even racing fuel.
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