Keep this in mind - many folks who use these upgrade to the more common type of mill.
Okay. What's cheaper. Replacing your grain or buying this mill?
(understand those mills aren't the best. but they do the job....)
What An An said, so don't do it.
Ohh, that's easy.
All. Of. Them. acheers.:beer1:
One time husband of Denise McCluggage.
(Google her if in doubt)
Not at all relevant, just thought I'd toss it in.....
@PJL same same, EXCEPT I still bottle, yet don't find it an issue (had about 38 years of practice tho'........)
Aside, notwithstanding the cost...
@An Ankoù - snake oil vendors! Having a laugh, have to agree completely.
@stevebea - just in case you go the bleach way, don't leave it in...
For those who may be interested, reprints are out there.
That's the way I see it.
This weeks shopping list! Cheers.
Blu-TacK works for me.
Nice bit of gear David.
I've looked at this previously and found that only some of the recipes are published, not all.
So have just taken a second look and sure enough.
Ahh (wink, wink) I doubt that YOU'D do it........I would tho' in 'certain' applications, which is why I picked up on it and so I'd like to learn...
Hadn't been aware of the website upgrade so thanks for drawing my attention to it.
Having had a gander one thing that interested me was reference...
Because you (I) can. Simples.
Same as I carry one with that other nasty spiritual (there's a clue for you) habit that's not allowed to be...
Just a point on the mash out - I always find I can gain a few points of brix between end of mash and end of mash out, so I always do it.
Your local plumbers merchant not closer?
GF don't list a lot of things on their web site (altho' it can be a mine of useless information.....)
Go back to your supplier and ask them....
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