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    I disagree, I've put (reputable) old canned hazy...

    I disagree, I've put (reputable) old canned hazy IPA's under a microscope have seen quite a bit of yeast in suspension
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    New England haze is a hop and yeast interaction....

    New England haze is a hop and yeast interaction. It is yeast strain dependent, and it also varies with certain hop varieties. I feel very confident saying that.

    Jose, I just looked up your...
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    If you are working in tight spaces with only...

    If you are working in tight spaces with only concrete or tile floors consider a reach truck. We have one and it's much better for tight spaces and has a lot of benefits over a sit down forklift. ours...
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    Wow, never thought I'd see a post on probrewer go...

    Wow, never thought I'd see a post on probrewer go viral. Great response
  5. How would you prime it?

    How would you prime it?
  6. That's a centrifugal pump. ...

    That's a centrifugal pump.
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/FD5111-1-2-Graco-Air-Operated-Double-Diaphragm-Sanitary-Pump/253298063393?epid=15010965396&hash=item3af9bdb821:g:17EAAOSwytJaKB3Z
  7. Peristaltic or diaphragm pump would be the ticket.

    Peristaltic or diaphragm pump would be the ticket.
  8. Lower your liquor to grist ratio and I bet you'd...

    Lower your liquor to grist ratio and I bet you'd get 250 in there
  9. I would guess about 250 lbs

    I would guess about 250 lbs
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    10 BBL, sorry I didn't specify. The standpipe...

    10 BBL, sorry I didn't specify. The standpipe suggestion isn't bad. We had one in ours and I cut it off completely. But always nice to have the option
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    We usually put about a 1lb per BBL in our...

    We usually put about a 1lb per BBL in our whirlpool and we usually need about 20-25 gallons of deadspace. We also have a hop dam which helps a lot.
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    Switch to omega British V.

    Switch to omega British V.
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    The GABF or BA guidelines didn't invent the style...

    The GABF or BA guidelines didn't invent the style so they should not be taken as a reference.
    The haze is important: for instance, refer to hopsteiners research on hazy IPA.
    You can certainly make...
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    What yeast strain? And when you say biohop? How...

    What yeast strain? And when you say biohop? How do you interpret that?
  15. Thread: Milkshake IPA

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    Beanilla.com is a good source for beans. Ninja...

    Beanilla.com is a good source for beans. Ninja makes a cheap food processor for $20 on Amazon that works well for chopping the beans up. Use about 3/4 lb for 7bbl batch
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    Agreed go bigger than 2 BBL. Tanks aren't that...

    Agreed go bigger than 2 BBL. Tanks aren't that much more expensive as you size up, it's worth it
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    Philip- that made sense to me too, laws of...

    Philip- that made sense to me too, laws of osmosis and concentration gradients, oxygen finds its way in any place you allow it to, and the check valve assembly was the weakest link

    Ted- I'll tell...
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    Download bru'n water. Standard practice among...

    Download bru'n water.

    Standard practice among the industry to use lactic acid for lowering pH. If you are putting a decent amount in it will give you a "lactic" flavor. If you don't want flavor...
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    We always cold crash under pressure. The...

    We always cold crash under pressure.

    The stones are located halfway up the tank.

    Not exactly sure how it was happening but my guess was a poor seal between the two pieces of the check valve...
  20. Thread: What is this?

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    Not sure what the top vessel is but bottom pipe...

    Not sure what the top vessel is but bottom pipe with a China hat on top is a wort spreader. Used to recirc the wort during the boil for better evaporation and boiloff of volatile compounds to my...
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    150-300 ppb was measured in a few batches since...

    150-300 ppb was measured in a few batches since we got the DO meter. A couple of those being inexplicable- the tank wasn't opened at all. Then as soon as we switched to the plug it dropped to nearly...
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    Don't use check valves on oxygen stones!

    Title should read "carbonation stone"

    Recently we got a DO meter worth its salt (the Hach orbisphere), and found our FV DO readings to be unsightly high. Anywhere from 180-300 PPB even for beers...
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    I can understand the logic of a colder crash...

    I can understand the logic of a colder crash before harvest- then you'd in theory be selecting for a more even sample of the yeast you got originally from wyeast.
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    I had the same problems for months when I was...

    I had the same problems for months when I was bottom cropping London 3 and selecting for the bottom settling yeast. As soon as I switched to top cropping our haze has always persisted.
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    30 volt, 10 amp power supply + a carbon fiber...

    30 volt, 10 amp power supply + a carbon fiber brush+ phosphoric acid makes a great rust removal/passivation tool in any brewery.

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=T595XvcW8cE
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