HOMEBREW Digest #5336 Fri 23 May 2008

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  Danstar Munich Wheat Beer dry yeast now available ("Lemcke Keith")
  Spent grain bread (Thomas Rohner)
  RE: PEX tubing for hot wort (Nathan Hirneisen)

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---------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: Thu, 22 May 2008 23:50:37 -0400 From: "Lemcke Keith" <klemcke at siebelinstitute.com> Subject: Danstar Munich Wheat Beer dry yeast now available Just in time for summer brewing, Munich Wheat Beer dry yeast from Danstar is now available! Retailers are now getting inventory of Munich, so check with your local homebrew store to see if they have Munich in stock. We have also compiled a listing of retailers who have Munich in stock (or will be receiving inventory shortly) and placed their contact information on the web at www.beercountry.net/munich . You can read about Munich Wheat Beer dry yeast and our complete line of Danstar products on our NEW Danstar web site at www.danstaryeast.com . While you are there, check our new features like the searchable library of technical articles, yeast FAQ page, contacts for technical support and a growing list of Danstar vendors. Keith Lemcke Sales & Marketing Danstar and Lalvin Yeast Return to table of contents
Date: Fri, 23 May 2008 08:30:31 +0200 From: Thomas Rohner <t.rohner at bluewin.ch> Subject: Spent grain bread Hi all i know, it may be a bit off topic, but i just put a "Howto" about making a delicious spent grain / sesame bread on the net. You can find it on www dot instructables dot com. Then enter "spent grain" in the search field and voila there you are. Baking is such a wonderful addition to brewing, it takes less time and you don't have to think about sanitizing everything. Tomorrow we brew our 2nd Weizen of this season, the spent grains from the first went into the bread mentioned above. (at least a small part of it) Cheers from Switzerland Thomas Return to table of contents
Date: Fri, 23 May 2008 08:29:45 -0400 From: Nathan Hirneisen <cave_nate at hotmail.com> Subject: RE: PEX tubing for hot wort Dennis, I have not used PEX, but i used Santoprene (TPE) for transferring near boiling fluids in brewing with good results. Temperature Range: 76 to +275 F check out McMaster-Carr, less than $1.00 a foot for 3/8 id. -Nate Hatfield, PA >> ------------------------------ >> >> Date: Thu, 22 May 2008 21:00:14 -0400 >> From: "Dennis Lewis" >> Subject: PEX tubing for hot wort >> >> Has anyone ever tried PEX tubing for moving hot wort? I'm looking at >> options for connecting my kettle to my new Therminator. >> >> The spec say it's good to 80 PSI at 200F. Of course, my tubing will be >> slightly hotter and under only a "kettle-full" of pressure. I'm more >> concerned about off-flavor pickup from the plastic. >> >> Thanks in advance for the sage advice, >> >> Dennis Lewis >> Warren, OH >> Return to table of contents
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