I assume you’ve driven a few electric cars to come up with your unbiased view.
It’s a bit like saying stout is rubbish when you’ve never drunk it.
That's what Gunge needs after a curry :laugh8:
And they still work on impact??? :cheers3:
So it was the cat that's hijacked this thread.
The sad thing is, I was told that joke when I was an apprentice in 1965 (it was vaseline then)
Wasn't Spike Milligan stateless?
Reminds me of the newly weds who couldn't tell the difference between KY jelly and putty. All their windows fell out.
I'll get my coat!!!!
When you initially close the lid and pressure up, it's best not to lock the clamp until the lid is seated and not indicating any signs of leaks.
Same here, 70 this year and only got rid of my Caterham super seven last year because the dog didn't like going in it. I'll grow up one day, maybe.
Maintaining a seal at 50 psi is not so difficult to achieve, they're much more likely to leak at 5 psi. Best bet is to put new seals on, it's not...
A few of us on here, especially Dutto, will remember Stanley Unwin, he spoke in a similar language.:laugh8:
A good rule of thumb is 1 kilo of grain is 2 litres.
It'll save you money in the long run! At least that's what I told the wife.......
I think I've just landed on planet Zog. I thought I was on The Home Brew Forum.aunsure....
Out of close to 40 brews, I've sparged twice and not really noticed any difference. I've got the 2015 model so not got the inbuilt...
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