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From: roberts%studguppy@LANL.GOV (Doug Roberts @ Los Alamos National Laboratory)
Subject: Yeast vs. Wort Temperature
Date: 1989-11-13 15:50:39 GMT

> Papazian and others recommend pitching yeast only after the wort has
> cooled to 68 degrees or less. A dilemma: Suppose your wort is at 80
> degrees and you have to go to work. Should you (1) pitch the yeast
> now, or (2) wait eight hours.

Or, (3) make a wort chiller, and cool your wort to 70 degrees in 42
minutes. I made mine out of 24 feet of 1/4 inch soft copper tubing and
connectors with plastic tubing to allow it to be hooked it up to the
kithcen faucet. The total cost of material was $9.70.


Douglas Roberts |
Los Alamos National Laboratory |I can resist anything
Box 1663, MS F-602 | except temptation.
Los Alamos, New Mexico 87545 | ...
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Date: Mon, 13 Nov 89 11:25:46 EST
From: Greg Schaffer <>
Subject: Brick Brewery

>> Date: Fri, 10 Nov 89 14:22:42 EST
>> From: Ken Darcovich <>
>> Subject: How to enjoy Toronto.
>> ..
>> Brick - Peterborough

Not quite, Brick is brewed in Waterloo.

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