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  1. What is a diaphragm tc flange?

    What is a diaphragm tc flange?
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    We have one and we like it. I would caveat it...

    We have one and we like it. I would caveat it with the following: stay consistent with calibrating it. Zero point it for things that you need ppb measurements for, air calibrate for things that you...
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    For the Belle Saison yeast, there are some...

    For the Belle Saison yeast, there are some indications that the yeast could be better classified as Saccharomyces cerevisiae var. diastaticus which will cause significant issues if you can/bottle...
  4. Just send off for an IBU test. So cheap these...

    Just send off for an IBU test. So cheap these days (http://sweetwaterscience.com/beverage-testing-services.html), can be useful to dial in your system if you want a numerical qualification, but...
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    This is the only alternative that I know of:...

    This is the only alternative that I know of: http://www.brewwizz.com/#!products/cjg9

    I believe they run about $3k each.
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    I think the caustic/rinse/acid/air dry...

    I think the caustic/rinse/acid/air dry passivation cycles have been firmly debunked here on ProBrewer a few times in favor of instead caustic/rinse/acid/rinse/air dry. For instance, here is...
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    Proofing coil.

    Proofing coil.
  8. First of all, thanks for the really informative...

    First of all, thanks for the really informative post!

    Second, can you share your source for the Tetra-hydro-iso-humulone?
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    .. Calcium Chloride will not increase your pH....

    .. Calcium Chloride will not increase your pH. You are perhaps thinking of Calcium Carbonate.
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    I suppose if you could make a brewery that...

    I suppose if you could make a brewery that followed one of these purposes, nothing would be stopping you...
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    With such a small fermenter and presumably a...

    With such a small fermenter and presumably a pretty small loss from evacuating the jacket, I would circulate warm water through the jacket before I pushed/moved the wort itself around anymore.
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    This seems to be like perfect timing:...

    This seems to be like perfect timing: https://instagram.com/p/-CjcSaB1jD/
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    One of two solutions: if you want to ditch the...

    One of two solutions: if you want to ditch the wing nut on there, you can just splice in part number #82-03 from GW Kent... if you want to keep the beer-thread wing nut, then use part number #85-05.
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    The GPI flowmeters are rated for higher...

    The GPI flowmeters are rated for higher temperature if you remote mount the electronics. The turbine and the housing itself are rated up to 250F. I forget the model number scheming but there is a...
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    It seems like for around $5k you could take two...

    It seems like for around $5k you could take two electronically controlled proportioning valves, a temperature sensor, and a micro controller of your choice and build a pretty robust automated...
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    If you don't have tanks rated for 2+ bar of...

    If you don't have tanks rated for 2+ bar of pressure, then likely you did lose some carbonation. 33F @ 9psi is about 2.5 volumes of carbonation, to keep that same carbonation at 67F, you need in...
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    Green onion / garlic / etc. is typical of...

    Green onion / garlic / etc. is typical of mishandled/oxidized hops.
  18. Thread: Stop?!

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    I've also noticed that a number of "brewery"...

    I've also noticed that a number of "brewery" accounts on Lupulin Exchange are fronts for places like Spothops.com (YakimaValleyHops.com), NikoBrew, Puterbaugh Farms, & seemingly random home-brew...
  19. I know a few folks who use it and like it... it...

    I know a few folks who use it and like it... it is made by Primera, if you search around with that manufacturer and model number you will get more results:
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  20. Thread: Fart Smell

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    In our experience US05 drops sulfur in a few...

    In our experience US05 drops sulfur in a few circumstances; too high temp, too low pitching rate and temp drop before terminal gravity. 65f-70f is the sweet spot for us at 7 bbl, bigger volumes might...
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    Actually, here is a better setup: 04C03-318...

    Actually, here is a better setup:

    04C03-318 ($3.21)
    07C07-113 ($11.00)
    04C03-317 ($5.44)
    15C07-116 ($7.01)

    That will be a normal beer-thread tailpiece to 1/4" MFL -> a FFL to Ball Lock -> a...
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    It looks like the Foxx parts would be: ...

    It looks like the Foxx parts would be:

    07C07-113 ($11.00)
    04C03-365 ($5.44)
    15C07-116 ($7.01)

    Put all this together and you end up with 1/4" MPT on one side (needs to connect to the gas out...
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    These are sometimes called aseptic totes or IBCs,...

    These are sometimes called aseptic totes or IBCs, it depends on the place. There are a number of different folks offering them to breweries, here is the last one I remember seeing:...
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    Crown isn't accepting new customers until Q4-2015...

    Crown isn't accepting new customers until Q4-2015 at the earliest.
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    Yes, that was a long day after work typo. Should...

    Yes, that was a long day after work typo. Should have been ~$320.

    I think the issue with materials that say they can "handle" high temperatures, exposure to acids, etc. is that while they can do...
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