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  1. (But I trust my hydrometer)
  2. Good to see a thread hijack put to good use. I too will use this thread when I have a question to put to Paul.
  3. Cool thread bump Lusty, (Obviously making sure your contributions are not forgotten) I once had a pewter mug given to me many years ago, it had a glass bottom if I recall. Dont think I liked drinking out of it. Kind of tasted "tinny".
  4. And Americans think Australia is full of dangerous animals.
  5. In my limited experience beer tap handles all seem to have the same thread.
  6. So you mean sugar shock if pitched dry?
  7. What is the science behind this rehydrating business? I' date=' too, toss the dry yeast into a wort of suitable temperature where it. I assume,rehydrates,gives itself a shake,looks around, and liking what it sees,begins to party. Never fails. Am I missing something? Cheers![/quote'] Yeah mate, thats what I was kinda getting at. Isn't chucking it into the wort rehydrating it anyway? (After all the wort is wet)
  8. Just opened a can of Reginald IPA by Blackmans brewery. (donated to me by my daughter) Differentest beer ive tasted for a while, bitter and fruity hoppy as, 6.2 abv. Cant figure out weather i like it or not. Trouble is that I only have one can to sample .
  9. Or dont rehydrate at all... I just chuck it into the brew. It seems to work for me.
  10. I've left it to soak for days without any Ill effects,then rinse and sterilize with sodium metabisulphite, drain (no rinse) and brew. Never lost a brew yet. -----touches wood----
  11. Yeah, I use the Aldi brand stuff without any problems. Dunno about the stuff you linked to but. (Sorry to not be much help)
  12. Stir to mix ingredients. Dont stir after pitching yeast, leave it alone with lid on till fermentation complete.
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