Brewing With Total Confidence
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Meh. You drink what you can get.
Living 'neatly' is definitely the worst part about having a home for sale. Whaddaya mean I have to hide my towel?
When we sold 7 years ago we got...
Are you sure that isn't coffee? :p
That does not look like Russian (Cyrillic) on the label, it looks more Czech.
Ah, that is a 'local' beer from Vermont (1000 miles from here) that is hard to get here: fiddlehead IPA.
My next Brew will definitely be a hefe....
If you are carbonating to 2.6 volumes at 40 F (13 psi) then at 60 F you need 25 psi. (My chart doesn't go up to 70.)
Force carbonating requires...
OK, so I'm not the only one who does that.
I once had a 'poor' seal and the airlock didn't bubble, but it did turn into beer, as has yours. Give it some time to finish then package it!
But with a new pair of dates...:eek:
If only I was near by, I could help with the tasting too!
Do I need to send a second handle? I mean, that's nothing to sneeze at!
Onion pie (zwiebelkuchen), sauteed sugar snap peas, and a fresh salad.
You could, but guess what it'll taste like...:rolleyes:
Aaah, we're usually done by midnight...:rolleyes:
So who was the first one who said "I wonder if feeding this to someone is a good idea..."? :eek:
Damn! I am sorry I had to leave 'early'...
Sure. On a computer screen, at the bottom of the zoom window are some controls. One of them is Chat. I'll send a screen shot when I remember later.
Plastic (it is a woven product, water-permeable) first then cut a hole for the plant. I re-use them for several years.
Indeed! Mark of a pro.
But I'd have gotten a beer...:confused: