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- Sun Jun 07, 2020 5:13 pm
- Forum: Brewing Equipment
- Topic: Partystar deluxe tap won’t stop pouring
- Replies: 4
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It's been a long time since I took one apart but I think the first thing when you have the tap off is to try to separate the metal body from the plastic clip. If you turn it upside down you see the two silver clips from the body. One one side (the side the handle clips into) is a little bit of plast...
well if we're gonna discuss.. why 30 mins at 75c? :lol: what else have you tried and what did you think about it? for me, very roughly 90c for as long as it takes to naturally cool and ferment out.. because it's a very simple (read lazy) method that gives results i like. i have steeped at flameout ...
Not sure whats in the MM ones. I thought they would have to list the ingredients. Indeed, being (potentially fatal) allergens you need to be clear. The hazelnut one seems to contain hazelnuts, but the peanut one doesn't contain peanuts. I will stick with what I know to be safe (for me). Whatever yo...
I have used the hazelnut, pecan and maple flavours from https://www.stefchef.co.uk/collections/ ... -ascending to good effect. As they are essences rather than extracts they are ideal for me as I am allergic to most nuts, and these are nut free.
- Tue Dec 19, 2017 6:47 pm
- Forum: Grain Brewing
- Topic: Question on IPA's yeast scavenging.
- Replies: 35
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A quick update. I now use one of these with a short piece of silicone hose attached to the nozzle to take the sample of wort. It may look expensive but it is only 1.5 times the price of commercial liquid yeast. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Syringe-200-ml-Enema-Washes/dp/B014SPHHNK/ref=sr_1_1_a_it?ie=UT...
I notice the brewbuilder and angel both sell hot condition plugs. These must as good as the lindy ones suppose it depends on p n p after that point The ones that melted came from them, and didn't have the notch in them that a proper C15 hot rated connector will, although this was 18 months ago and ...