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From: Brew Chemist Walter <walterbj@ernie.cis.uwosh.edu>
Subject: unknown
Date: 1992-07-07 14:43:32 GMT

I tried mailing this last week, but it never made it out. Seems the
mailer at UW-Oshkosh is about as reliable as the US Mail. Oh well,
here it goes again.

Mitch asked:
> I would like to convert an upright freezer into a cool place for my
> brew for ferment and age. I have looked for "conversion" kits in
> this area, and have found only one available. Unfortunately, it
> costs $75. Does anyone out there in netland have a cheap (less than
> $40) solution to my problem? If so, I'd love to hear from ya!


Mitch,
Check the back of Zymurgy. I don't remember the company, but
they offer a programable controller for about $29.99. I believe that
you plug the freezer/frig into the controller, which plugs into the wall.
There must be some type of thermistor or something you slip inside the
unit to monitor temperature. I will check on the company and e-mail
you with the info.

Brian

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