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  1. Silver_Is_Money replied to the thread Domino Dots sugar cubes: Is the rumor true? If so, use caution!!!.

    Here's the rub. Domino now sells Dots packed at 126 per pound, and Dots packed at 198 per pound. They are 3.6 gram and 2.3 gram sugar...

    Apr 17, 2021 at 9:09 AM
  2. Silver_Is_Money liked Donoroto's post in the thread Domino Dots sugar cubes: Is the rumor true? If so, use caution!!!.

    Likely. FDA requirements insist that the nearest half gram be displayed.

    Apr 16, 2021 at 4:15 PM
  3. Silver_Is_Money replied to the thread Domino Dots sugar cubes: Is the rumor true? If so, use caution!!!.

    Perhaps that's the change. They seem to have bumped them up from 2.3 grams to 2.5 grams per cube. But OTOH it may just be that for...

    Apr 15, 2021 at 1:10 PM
  4. Silver_Is_Money posted a new thread.

    Domino Dots sugar cubes: Is the rumor true? If so, use caution!!!

    Rumor has it that Domino Sugar has changed the size and weight of the Domino Dots sugar cubes that many of us use to prime 12 ounce...

    Forum: General Brewing Discussions

    Apr 15, 2021 at 10:33 AM
  5. Silver_Is_Money replied to the thread What do people use to take constant gravity readings of your fermintation?.

    My Pi keyboard has the standard 40 pin GPIO. Would that be the way to link it to the Pi Zero?

    Apr 13, 2021 at 9:36 PM
  6. Silver_Is_Money replied to the thread What do people use to take constant gravity readings of your fermintation?.

    No tablets, but I do have a new Raspberry Pi 400 keyboard (with essentially an embedded Raspberry Pi 4 computer within, plus with the...

    Apr 13, 2021 at 6:41 PM
  7. Silver_Is_Money replied to the thread Lowering the FG in the recipe builder.

    I once carried on a conversation with a couple of LoDO gurus who claimed to be on good authority in stating that nigh-on all real German...

    Apr 13, 2021 at 6:28 PM
  8. Silver_Is_Money liked HighVoltageMan!'s post in the thread Lowering the FG in the recipe builder.

    Three things drive final gravity. Grist composition, yeast type and mash temperature. The most prominent of the 3 is grist...

    Apr 13, 2021 at 6:15 PM
  9. Silver_Is_Money replied to the thread What do people use to take constant gravity readings of your fermintation?.

    What does someone who has never owned (and does not intend to own) a smart phone do if they decide they want a Tilt? My laptop has...

    Apr 13, 2021 at 6:12 PM
  10. Silver_Is_Money liked Minbari's post in the thread What do people use to take constant gravity readings of your fermintation?.

    You might be surprised. It doesn't effect it allot. The tilt is 90% submerged so surface foam doesn't do much

    Apr 13, 2021 at 6:08 PM
  11. Silver_Is_Money replied to the thread What do people use to take constant gravity readings of your fermintation?.

    I've never taken continuous SG readings, and I've been brewing since the late 80's. That said, those who do either seem to float a...

    Apr 13, 2021 at 5:07 PM
  12. Silver_Is_Money replied to the thread Table Sugar - Yes or No?.

    I still contend that if the Belgian Monasteries can make some of the worlds highest regarded/ranked/priced beers while admittedly adding...

    Apr 11, 2021
  13. Silver_Is_Money replied to the thread The "Back of the Napkin" math behind mash pH adjustments.

    Not tested or verified, but you might initially try -25 mEq/gram as a tentative first stab at it (minus 25 mEq/gram) This assumes that...

    Apr 11, 2021
  14. Silver_Is_Money replied to the thread The "Back of the Napkin" math behind mash pH adjustments.

    As to the BC (buffering capacity) values for malts, it was noted in the last paragraph of post #24 above that BC's as given to us by the...

    Apr 11, 2021
  15. Silver_Is_Money replied to the thread The "Back of the Napkin" math behind mash pH adjustments.

    And lastly there is a need to reduce sparge water alkalinity. To reduce water to ~pH 5.40, compute its mEq's/L of Alkalinity, and...

    Apr 11, 2021
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