CFW - Backset

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Re: CFW - Backset

Postby bluc » Sat Oct 15, 2016 7:06 pm

Kenster wrote:DIG.. seriously get what you mean by the 60lit fermenter...have one but gave it the flick (need for insulation)...My son had (mine now) a new 85lit esky just ...

What do you mean gave it the flick need for insulation?
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Re: CFW - Backset

Postby Kenster » Sun Oct 16, 2016 12:16 pm

bluc, thx for the ph advice, will suss it out.
i gave the 60lit fermenter 'a temporary retirement' as it was wrapped with an insulation bat to keep temp stable. the esky seemed a cleaner option as it was just really sitting around not being used. i still have the 60lit fermenter and when the need arises i will give it a go again.i am a magpie, i dont chuck anything....
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Re: CFW - Backset

Postby Kenster » Sun Oct 16, 2016 4:08 pm

scythe, thx...ph awas at 7.... hit it up with some citric , added more yeast and heres hopin.
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