What's Your Best One-Liner Advice for the Brewer?

What's Your Best One-Liner Advice for the Brewer?

Post by --DAs » Sun, 15 Jun 2003 10:50:33



Don't know who said it, but here's my contribution:

"Never rush a good brew session!"
--
--DAsh

obvious with attbi)

 
 
 

What's Your Best One-Liner Advice for the Brewer?

Post by Danny William » Sun, 15 Jun 2003 13:02:34




Quote:
>Don't know who said it, but here's my contribution:

>"Never rush a good brew session!"

"Start before noon or don't start at all" (for all-grain)

 
 
 

What's Your Best One-Liner Advice for the Brewer?

Post by David » Sun, 15 Jun 2003 12:42:06


If you're a newbie using a plastic primary:

Immediately after pitching, stand at least three feet away from your open bucket
full of wort, then and only then push the airlock gently into the grommet in the
lid, re-approach the bucket, and push the lid onto the bucket.

 
 
 

What's Your Best One-Liner Advice for the Brewer?

Post by Mr. Giggl » Sun, 15 Jun 2003 15:12:59


Quote:

> Don't know who said it, but here's my contribution:

> "Never rush a good brew session!"

Peeled and chopped potatoes.

Mister Giggles

 
 
 

What's Your Best One-Liner Advice for the Brewer?

Post by Dan/meader » Sun, 15 Jun 2003 15:18:01


Before you try all-grain, make sure you have the correct equipment.
and once you think you have the right equipment, get the actual right
equipment (:'(
 
 
 

What's Your Best One-Liner Advice for the Brewer?

Post by John Palme » Sun, 15 Jun 2003 15:41:05



Quote:

> Before you try all-grain, make sure you have the correct equipment.
> and once you think you have the right equipment, get the actual right
> equipment (:'(

www.howtobrew.com   ;-]
 
 
 

What's Your Best One-Liner Advice for the Brewer?

Post by Mark » Sun, 15 Jun 2003 16:09:15



Quote:


> > Before you try all-grain, make sure you have the correct equipment.
> > and once you think you have the right equipment, get the actual right
> > equipment (:'(

> www.howtobrew.com   ;-]

Took the words right out of my mouth.

Mark R

 
 
 

What's Your Best One-Liner Advice for the Brewer?

Post by Dan/meader » Sun, 15 Jun 2003 18:45:42


Quote:



> > Before you try all-grain, make sure you have the correct equipment.
> > and once you think you have the right equipment, get the actual right
> > equipment (:'(

hehe, thanks john, but i've got all the right equipment now :P

im the one that emailed you asking about coffee urns
got the 40L aluminium stockpot instead, for 1/3 of the price.

 
 
 

What's Your Best One-Liner Advice for the Brewer?

Post by MDixo » Sun, 15 Jun 2003 20:34:42



Quote:
> Don't know who said it, but here's my contribution:

> "Never rush a good brew session!"

There is absolutely nothing that will grow in beer that can kill you...;)

Cheers,
Mike

 
 
 

What's Your Best One-Liner Advice for the Brewer?

Post by Ed Edelenbo » Sun, 15 Jun 2003 20:53:03


Quote:

> There is absolutely nothing that will grow in beer that can kill you...;)

> Cheers,
> Mike

Where were you during the Temperance movement?  (grin)

Ed

 
 
 

What's Your Best One-Liner Advice for the Brewer?

Post by Bill Aimonet » Sun, 15 Jun 2003 21:21:58


Don't brew in the house.
 
 
 

What's Your Best One-Liner Advice for the Brewer?

Post by fischher » Sun, 15 Jun 2003 21:57:36


Don't worry about an infected batch unless you had one yourself.

--
* www.brauherr.de
* (wenn Bier fr Sie nicht nur gelb ist und blau macht)

** Wer das bayerische "Reinheitsgebot" fr eine deutsche Segnung h?lt,
** der sollte auch Michael Glos als Bundeskanzler w?hlen.

***None of those is translatable without loss.
***I regret, you shouldn't.