HOMEBREW Digest #270 Tue 03 October 1989

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		Rob Gardner, Digest Coordinator

  Re: wort coolers (uucp)
  vms brain damage (rdg)

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---------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: Mon, 2 Oct 89 10:20:00 mdt From: hp-lsd!uucp at hplabs.HP.COM Subject: Re: wort coolers >I've been considering making my own wort cooler; but not the >conventional copper tubing immersion type. The only "problem" is the additional difficulty involved in sanitizing and cleanup of the cooler. The immersion-type cooler gets automatically sanitized when you dip it in the boiling wort, but you would have to run sanitizing solution through the other-type of cooler. Also, when you cleanup, you will never know if you've cleaned all the wort out of the tube, especially if you do non-whole-batch boils (not the whole 5 gallons), since the wort will thicken as it cools. Al. Return to table of contents
Date: Mon, 02 Oct 89 11:31:10 MDT From: rdg at hpfcmi Subject: vms brain damage Full-Name: Rob Gardner Sorry about all that junk cluttering up the digest the past few days. Apparently, some systems don't have a clue about where to send bounced mail. It's a good thing I just returned from my vacataion, since it looked liked it was starting to snowball... Rob Return to table of contents
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