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From: "MR. DAVID HABERMAN" <habermand@pl-edwards.af.mil>
Subject: Re: Foil under burner
Date: 1992-02-25 17:07:00 GMT

Date sent: 25-FEB-1992 09:00:08.01 PST

>For boiling in a large pot, would it be helpful to cover the stovetop
>around the burner with a couple layers of aluminum foil?

At our first meeting of the High Desert TRUBle Makers, Tony, the host, was
making a batch of beer in the garage. He made a burner out of an old LP
barbeque and had a piece of foil under it. He said that it cut the boil
time down dramatically. I don't know what would happen on a regular stove.


Re: Addition of more yeast in Framboise.

The yeast in the fermentor are not dead, just hungry. When you add the
rasberry puree, the added suger should revive the yeast and let them munch
away.

-
David A. Haberman <habermand@pl-edwards.af.mil>

Well they worked their will on John Barleycorn, but he lived to tell the tale.
For they pour him out of an old brown jug, and they call him home brewed ale!


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