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  1. Of course there are downsides to doing it this...

    Of course there are downsides to doing it this way. Otherwise no one would need a BBT.

    I have successfully canned directly from FVs many times in the past, but it is never a preferred way to...
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    Most loops I have encountered already in place...

    Most loops I have encountered already in place tend to have only one wye strainer in the output side of the glycol unit, just post chiller. This is usually sufficient for 99% of operations since it...
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    Not entirely true. As I stated, fuel-ethanol...

    Not entirely true. As I stated, fuel-ethanol manufacturers produce ethanol in aerobic State. Crabtree positive yeasts.
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    Your math is wrong. The OP is correct. 12.6*P...

    Your math is wrong. The OP is correct. 12.6*P down to 5.5*P is 56% apparent attenuation. Not sure where you get 75% and 92% from.

    Jebzster has the right info. I would add to rouse your yeast a...
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    My understanding is that an SCR would be ideal as...

    My understanding is that an SCR would be ideal as far as finite control, energy use, and contractor life but this would not be common from what I have seen in the cabinets. UL cabinets I have seen...
  6. I prefer PAA myself, but would like to politely...

    I prefer PAA myself, but would like to politely ask why you personally opt for the chlorine dioxide? I believe that PAA is considered a more "effective" or "powerful" oxidizer, and its efficacy is...
  7. The trade name of your specific products will...

    The trade name of your specific products will vary by supplier. Most commonly you will find liquid caustic to be comprised of 45%-ish NaOH and a number of other surfactants and chelators added to...
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    I am by no means a molecular biologist, however I...

    I am by no means a molecular biologist, however I do have a good amount of experience in the area.

    I am not sure there is the possibility of an aerobic ONLY yeast organism actually existing...
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    I think you are looking for a document titled...

    I think you are looking for a document titled Wort Boiling Today - Boiling Systems with Low Thermal Stress in Combination with Volatile Stripping by Ronnie Willaert and Gino Baron

    Basically it...
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    My personal experience mirrors what the linked...

    My personal experience mirrors what the linked presentation shows in the fact I saw increased yields and faster run-off with a coarser crush on most malts. Many different Tuns. Now obviously the...
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    Vorlauf is a German carry-over and roughly...

    Vorlauf is a German carry-over and roughly translates to "Before-Run". Many will tell you it is "recirculation", but that is a contextual interpretation. I am fairly certain there is equipment...
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    I use Sports Optical on North Washington Ave in...

    I use Sports Optical on North Washington Ave in Denver. Was a resident to the centennial state years ago and still use them now because they are the best. They’ll mail all over the world and they...
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    While I totally agree with Timm, be fore-warned...

    While I totally agree with Timm, be fore-warned that the scoville ratings on peppers have been found to be wildly inaccurate in general. They are great as a guideline, but any given pepper is subject...
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    Here is my suggestions and explanation of the...

    Here is my suggestions and explanation of the symptoms.

    You are layering the oats and thereby causing a compaction layer somewhat in the middle of your grist bed. You can see this in some of your...
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    Captn Kirk just nailed it.... Most reputable...

    Captn Kirk just nailed it....

    Most reputable manufacturers have the data available already. Swaen, Briess, Best Malt, Weyermann, Rahr, Fawcett, Cargill, Gambrinus and Patagonia are some more that...
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    I think just about every nano looks into...

    I think just about every nano looks into this...for some silly reason. We can assume youÂ’ve sourced the appropriate number of cans with shrink sleeves or that they can be provided by the mobile...
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    1 - Subjective. Spunding provides the same effect...

    1 - Subjective. Spunding provides the same effect without priming sugar step.
    2 - Agreed. These would fall in a specialty catagory requiring cork & cage, or at least special handling. Standard cans...
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    You can reliably mix your tank by recirculating...

    You can reliably mix your tank by recirculating with a pump out of the cone bottom into the racking arm/standpipe. Disadvantage is you are pulling any trub and spreading it around too. You have to be...
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    Having stood it two of the largest can producing...

    Having stood it two of the largest can producing factories in the world, youÂ’ll want to have some evidence before you go accusing the manufacturer. These are generally top-notch operations with...
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    I have some follow up questions. How long are you...

    I have some follow up questions. How long are you running 2 lpm of O2? What is the quantity of yeast produced? Is the fermentation curve smooth or do you see abrupt drops or stalls?

    Presuming you...
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    Bemidji is on top of it....I’m guessing this is a...

    Bemidji is on top of it....I’m guessing this is a post-brewing issue as sulphur in drinking water is usually quite easy to detect. Most people won’t drink it if it smells like sulphur. Usually it...
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    Your methodology is wrong if your sample...

    Your methodology is wrong if your sample tastes/smells like iso. You have a couple easy answers here. Iso is probably best, but I keep sprayers of Iso and PAA @ 160ppm+

    First, spray with iso and...
  23. When I worked the research field we used systems...

    When I worked the research field we used systems like this for bio-reactors. I believe they were referred to as hydronic oil heating systems, but itÂ’s been a while. We used steam, glycol, anhydrous,...
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    Frequency converter is the proper answer in this...

    Frequency converter is the proper answer in this case. (Or 50hz euro specÂ’d unit sized to BTU requirement) - probably difficult to find in 110/115V.

    There is no doubt there are finite...
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    As Star says, use a chase regardless if you are...

    As Star says, use a chase regardless if you are going to bury it. Schedule 40 PVC oversized so you can push/pull replacements whenever needed. Then you don’t have tube contacting concrete/dirt.

    I...
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