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Re: My First Post! - Post here to become Fully Registered

... If you are new to brewing and can get hold of fresh wort kits (sometimes known as Brewer's Wort I think in some countries???), you can get brewing ... of.) Now, the only thing that has me worried is you mentioning drilling holes in your kettle this weekend. Hold off on that and do some reading ...

Re: Location for Ball Valve & a Mushroom Discussion

Hi Jube, Apologies for the lack of replies. At this point in time, don't worry about starting a new thread with any question you have. One ... very likely cause you problems with leaking. I ended up paying to have the holes drilled in my kettles welded up for many reasons that you'll find in my ...

... It wasn't the saison :nup:. It was an IPA an no ferocious ferment. The holes in the bungs are about 7mm and there are four of them which means heaps more flow than a normal air-lock. I haven't had time to do, let alone think of an experiment to do on this problem. For now, I'm ...

... all that stuff I no longer use - the extra equipment just cost me time and money. One thing we often forget is that making wort, especially ... makes things harder to clean (nothing like cleaning a kettle with no holes in it - very fast); you are relying on one thermometer; you do need ...

... :dunno:. Lol on the transfer! I'm about to get a price on patching the holes in my kettles - I'll let you know how much it costs :lol:. Okay... ... cold crashing before bottling. Why is that? I've noticed this a few times recently. Cold crashing if you are kegging is great but, if bottling, ...

... with a jiggler should read them. (Not sure why you didn't take the time to pass that knowledge on above Lylo :scratch:. I think it is because ... on hand. Why not? My advice on buying a bigger kettle and having no holes in it was written with an awareness of your situation. Bigger kettles ...

... I'm not too educated on this subject as I have only done it a few times with both zero and great success and I can't remember why :)*. So, ... creating the whirlpool. A 'traditional' mash paddle (if it had no holes), useless for home brew mashing in my opinion, would be very useful ...

... mash paddles are something that home brewers have copied from old time breweries where they were dealing with massive pots. A traditional mash paddle (like a small cricket bat with holes in it) which is used in a circular motion is pretty useless is any type of ...

Drill Fridge Freezer

... another reason to keep your bottle in the fridge??? As for drilling holes in your fridges, before you drill, open the fridge door and let the ... forever if you have the same winter as BobBrews - lol). After this time you can 'feel' the sides of your fridge. You will notice hot lines. ...

[Thanks Yeasty for the above. I saw the question yesterday but had no time to answer it :salute:] Hi ya jake, Great to hear you have bought your ... idea of the height of your flame as you may have to repeat drilling the holes out again later if this drops. Your Recipe It looks like you want to ...

... an expensive liquid yeast. Maintaining a yeast for this length of time with other methods is a PITA. Building it up from the remains of your ... of yeast harvesting shib. Love your idea and I can't see any obvious holes in it. :champ:

... be maintained regularly which means pulling them apart which takes time. Weldless fittings often leak when you put them back on the kettle. ... for a while before you decide for or against using them and drilling holes in your kettle. I have bought heaps of things I no longer use so don't ...

... valve and the other end up your nostril. Open and close the valve a few times while smelling the hose. If it smells then you need to pull your tap ... :P. So, make sure you think on all these things before drilling holes for a tap. Maybe try a syphon set-up for a while first if you can. ...

... thread, all the obvious reasons were covered and dismissed. At that time, I also did several brews and measured very carefully with a double-checking system. No holes there.* The best answer I received was from 'MHB' who has a bag full of brewing qualifications ...

... over many brews and one of my main priorities now is to seal those two holes up! Taps have their place - I reserve the right to edit that phrase ... brewing career when a beer doesn't taste good, then 99% of the time, it won't be your grain. malt, hops or brewing technique. It will be ...

Drilling holes in a burner,

... my questions :salute:.] Okay, back on topic... Drilling out burner holes: You actually don't need a drill to widen the holes. You probably shouldn't ... I think my Mini-Webber will have me up on assault charges by this time tomorrow as I am determined now to machine drill those holes out 0.5 ...

... you haven't talked about Mount Victoria or Little Hartley :lol: Last time I had trouble with maintaining a vigorous boil... might hold off on ... you taste that brew. In that thread, I suggested... Drilling the burner holes out with a 1 or 1.5 mm bit should improve things as will getting an ...

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