Mouldy Wort

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nemesis2a
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Location: Sudbury

Re: Mouldy Wort

Post by nemesis2a » 5 years ago

Thanks Doc! I figured as much. Just wanted to make sure. I was using the table. I have adjusted the pressure back to 18psi based on the temp. Be safe out there in Calgary.

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Doc_Drive
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Location: Calgary

Re: Mouldy Wort

Post by Doc_Drive » 5 years ago

Thanks! I've never seen those two rivers that high. I'm lucky, we're living on a hill, if we're ever get flooded I'm expecting Noah's Arch to sail by. But all the multi-million dollar houses on the elbow river are all drowned and apparently the saddle dome is flooded and the water levels in the saddle dome it self have reached row 10 by now...

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jamatron
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Location: sherwood park AB

Re: Mouldy Wort

Post by jamatron » 5 years ago

here is the carbonation chart I use
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Doc_Drive
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Re: Mouldy Wort

Post by Doc_Drive » 5 years ago

Yup, that exactly the one I had in mind! :)

nemesis2a
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Favourite Beer: Anything dark
Location: Sudbury

Re: Mouldy Wort

Post by nemesis2a » 5 years ago

That is the table I was using. Thanks! My wife has relatives in Calgary and they are all on high ground. I used to drive transport out to Van every week, so I know the area well. Must be a logistical nightmare for trucking companies. It is unbeleivable what I am seeing on tv.
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