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  1. Position Has Been Filled

    Thanks Everyone, The position has been filled,

    Cheers!

    Tariq
  2. Head Brewer Wanted (Vancouver, BC CANADA)

    Big Ridge Brewing Company located in South Surrey BC Canada is looking for passionate craft brewer. The full time position offers a competitive compensation package including staff perks, benefits,...
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    Isinglass

    My vote would be to refine each cask, a major pain in the ass but hopefully you'll never have to do it again! It's a shame landlords can't or won't take care of it like in the old days! At the UK...
  4. Line Cleaning Pump

    We have a Micromatic EBC 300 Plus and I'm very happy with it, easy to use and safe!

    Cheers!

    T
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    Volunteering in the brewery

    Wow that's tragic, but I see more of that to come in the future.

    T
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    Brewery Interview

    I agree with Kabrewku,

    Well I'd be cool with you bringing a bottle or two of homebrew though, it's happened a lot in the past.

    I'd be more focused on showing your personality and eagerness, two...
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    Dry hopping

    No worries! Yes our IPA on draft is pretty clear when it goes on tap but clarity isn't as much as an issue over here especially casks. Having said that I prefer clear beer to be honest. I used to...
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    Dry Hopping

    Hey Scott,

    Yes we use pellets, they settle out after a day or two at 4 deg C, no filtering, add finings to the cellartank after a week on the dry hops. Our casks are usually filled from the...
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    Dry hopping in flat bottomed FV's

    We have Flat bottomed Fv's, we transfer the beer into another FV with the dry hops in order to separate as much yeast as possible from the beer which is a big pain in the ass. I prefer using conicals...
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    Handling Chemicals

    Always used a manual plastic hand pump with a jug with of course full face shield and gloves. In England our chemicals came in 20L (5gal) jugs so we would carefully pour into a jug (again with proper...
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    Lab tech position

    I'd say be familiar with Yeast counts and viability, should be able to find the info quite easily. Also different plating procedures (RaKa Ray, WLD, etc).
    I'd get familiar with HACCP (Hazard...
  12. Iron Maiden

    Quote:
    " Can mouth sound every single iron maiden solo there is. and if thats not a plus then i don't know what is."

    RESPECT!!!!!

    GOOD LUCK MAN

    T
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    Line cleaning

    This is what I just bought and it works great and QUICK!
    http://www.micromatic.com/draft-keg-beer/line-cleaning-pid-EBC300.html


    Cheers

    T
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    Liam, Good to know I'm not the only one, not...

    Liam,

    Good to know I'm not the only one, not our regular strain either but I want some for upcoming seasonals. Thanks for the advice I might contact Fermentis directly and see what they can do.
    ...
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    Fermentis US-05

    Anybody having any problems getting US-05? my supplier here in Western Canada has been out since the beginning of the year and won't give me an estimate when to expect some so naturally I'm losing my...
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    Keg inspection

    My only issue with pulling spears out is the safety factor, I'm comfortable doing it myself and making sure the keg has been de-gassed, however I've experienced on three occasions, an operative...
  17. Brewing School Financing

    Worked 2 jobs for 2.5 years to save up for living expenses, family helped with course cost.

    T
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    Yeah Philip, your situation totally makes sense...

    Yeah Philip, your situation totally makes sense to buy un-milled, your location is a bit unique though ;-)
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    Premilled Malt

    I'm with Dick on this one, used premilled in the UK, never had any problems, of course the maltsters were all close by. Here in Canada I've had to get our mill repaired, as well as the auger, and...
  20. Make a craft brewed lager!

    In my opinion pay attention to what the market is calling for while at the same time pushing the envelope with your other brands.
    I spent 5 years at a suburban brewpub, 50% of our sales were Lager....
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    Diacetyl in cask beer

    Ben,

    In my opinion and experience I think pretty much ALL of the english strains produce diacetyl in varying degrees, some more than others, In low to medium levels it is normal in english beers,...
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    Small Brewery doing just Sour/Wild

    Agreed ! That makes a lot of sense

    T
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    Small Brewery doing just Sour/Wild

    [QUOTE=nateo;97778]From a business standpoint, this is a really easy question to answer: Calculate the NPV of the projected OCF for an all-sour brewer.


    Uh... what would that be in layman's terms...
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    Malt losses

    Do you keep a manual record of malt used ? I find that the number on my chore time controller always ends up different than my manual (written) record. I get my scales calibrated regularly, before my...
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    Job descriptions

    Thanks Warren, I guess I've been blessed that I've worked for some great operations (Including my current gig) where the brewhouse employees are respected, don't get me wrong it hasn't always been a...
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