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If anyone in or near ChCh needs to insulate their tanks, I can recommend Nexus.
They have Al covered self adhesive foam in 5, 10, 15, 20 & 25mm thicknesses.
I cost me about $25 to do my HLT in 10mm. They also supply high quality Al tape (U.S. made) to finish it off.
Call Linc at Nexus 03 9770090 for price list.
4 beer conditioning tanks for sale, stainless steel 316.
1000 L each, racking arms in two, so can be used for fermentation if needed
working pressure gauges
no tire kickers,
pick up is waipara north canterbury
Added by Euan Parker on May 2, 2013 at 5:31pm — No Comments
Over the summer I took advantage of my workplace's extensive tool collection and put together couple of gadgets for the brewery, a brewery controller, and a magnetic stir plate.Continue
An Epic beer label generally has inside jokes, references to popular culture and memes (we like to have fun, be a bit silly, but clever at the same time. Tasting notes aren't always that valuable, as it is so subjective, and you can find plenty of peoples thoughts about taste online on beer rating websites.)
** EPIC MOSAIC IPA **
FRONT OF LABEL
“One Trick Pony” was a comment made by Phil Cook, Beer Writer of the Year 2012 in a…
Hi all I start every blog apologizing about how long it has been since my last blog post was written. I guess I could do that again, but lets try and keep it fresh.
Added by Andrew Childs on March 12, 2013 at 10:51am — No Comments
Hi all new here, Not sure if anyone is interested but I have 3 bottles of the UK beer Tactical nuclear penguin (32% abv) sitting in the back of my fridge. My dad shipped them over from the UK when he visited a while back and they cost well over $100 bucks each to get here. We tried a couple but were not keen on them so it seemed a waste to drink them if we didnt like them. If anyone is interested in bying one or 2 let me know, its an unusal beer. see brewdog.com
Just picked my first Hop crop! Seven plants took ages to pick so i thought I has a fair few brews sorted, all up about a fish bin full of cones. However after drying it looks like the whole lot will weigh in at a princely 600 grams, Glad I'm not a hop farmer!
Added by Scott Lyon on March 1, 2013 at 9:28pm — No Comments
The new 3V system I have been building for the last 6 months or so is starting to look OK now I have 2x 100L pots and the KAB4 burner from the states. The burner is rated at 210,000 BTU's so hoping to chop some time off each brew, may lose some arm hair in the process tho! Just got to make a counter flow Chiller , get some valves and thermometers and it ready to go.
Added by Scott Lyon on March 1, 2013 at 9:27pm — No Comments
I'm looking at creating some recycled tap handles out of old piano keys and lining the fridge with Mahogony.
The bar top is from a coffee…
Added by Kerry Gray on February 28, 2013 at 5:06pm — No Comments
Hi. Hoping to buy a couple of hops plants (female) soon. Wondering what is a reliable one, what is good for a dark beer and how do I get a couple of plants.
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Greg mentioned in thread on the forum that he thought it might be worth me doing a blog post on brewing a good New Zealand Pale Ale after winning Champion Beer at NHC. So here is my best effort at some tips that I have found useful for brewing good New Zealand Pale Ales, a style I've probably brewed more than anything else. Much of what I have learned is down to knowledge picked up from resources like The Brewing Network, particularly the content from Jamil Zainasheff, Tasty McDole and other…Continue
@nd time around and forgot again,doing a fat yak clone. Last time cloudy due to not using copper floc. Any help after the fact to clear it all up. Gelatine?racking off ? bugger
Things have been crazily hectic since the weekend, and it’s only just now that we have had a minute to sit down and reflect on the eventualities of last week. It still feels rather dreamlike, and it is still difficult to comprehend that we took out what is one of the most hotly contested categories at the NZ Beer Awards. But we did, and it’s not as though we did it without the help of a few people over the years.
So here’s a shout out to all the people who have made a…Continue
Just want to drop the maddest of mad props out there for Joseph, my good mate, at Liberty Brewing. Not just my good mate but our good mate.
Sine JoKing joined this forum, many years ago, he has been one of the most helpful people on here. He's friendly, he's encouraging, he's a little too self deprecating... but he is the epitome of what this whole homebrewing thing is about. He's about better beer for everyone.
Is there a list of the beers for beervana 2012 yet?
Can't find one on there website
So after a whole lot of stuffing around, I've finally gotten my act together and upgraded my brewery somewhat.
I got the rusty steel bench off trademe, thought about sanding and painting it, and decided I couldn't be bothered, though did manage to dril a couple of bolts and construct a…Continue
Added by Craig Farrand on July 22, 2012 at 4:07pm — No Comments
Here's the last few recipes I've been playing around with - 3711 French Saison FTW!
Unseasonal Saison #17
Size: 36.0 L
Original Gravity: 1.053 (1.048 - 1.065)
Terminal Gravity: 1.004 (1.002 - 1.012)
Color: 5.05 (5.0 - 14.0)
Alcohol: 6.37% (5.0% - 7.0%)
Bitterness: 21.7 (20.0 - 35.0)
8 kg (89.9%) Pilsner Malt - added during mash
0.5 kg (5.6%) Vienna…
Added by Glynn Foster on July 5, 2012 at 9:20am — No Comments