HOMEBREW Digest #347 Tue 30 January 1990

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		Rob Gardner, Digest Coordinator

  re:	mail order yeast and kegging (Chris Shenton)
  Replacement parts for kegs (Jeff Jennings)
  Used soda tanks (Dave Suurballe)
  Steam Beer Recipes Wanted (bowler)

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---------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: Mon, 29 Jan 90 09:13:00 est From: Chris Shenton <chris at asylum.gsfc.nasa.gov> Subject: re: mail order yeast and kegging florianb at tekred.cna.tek.com writes: > DOES ANYONE KNOW WHERE I CAN GET REPLACEMENT PARTS > FOR THE KEG VALVES? Try FOXX -- I saw their ad in Zymurgy a couple issues ago. Kegging and beer systems seems to be their only business. I haven't used them, so I don't have any first hand knowledge. _______________________________________________________________________________ Internet: chris at asylum.gsfc.nasa.gov ( NASA/GSFC: Code 735 UUCP: ...!uunet!asylum.gsfc.nasa.gov!chris Greenbelt, MD 20771 SPAN: PITCH::CHRIS 301-286-6093 Return to table of contents
Date: Mon, 29 Jan 90 08:52:40 MST From: utah-cs!caeco!jj at hplabs.HP.COM (Jeff Jennings) Subject: Replacement parts for kegs >DOES ANYONE KNOW WHERE I CAN GET REPLACEMENT PARTS FOR THE KEG VALVES? One place that has a good selection of parts for soda kegs is Brewer's Warehouse (formerly The Brass Corkscrew) 4520 Union Bay Place N.E., Seattle, WA 98105, (206)527-5047. They always have ads in Zymurgy. They have three catalogs which each cost $1.00 (refundable with an order): wort chiller, kegging systems, supplies & equipment. Their brewing system sure looks nice. Too bad it is so expensive. - --------- Jeffrey C. Jennings Silicon Compiler Systems uunet!iconsys!caeco!jj 7090 South Union Park Ave., Suite 200 caeco!jj at cs.utah.edu Midvale, Utah 84047 USA (801)255-8880 Return to table of contents
Date: Mon, 29 Jan 90 10:28:50 PST From: hsfmsh!hsfdjs!suurb at sfsun.West.Sun.COM (Dave Suurballe) Subject: Used soda tanks The Cornelius Company has instituted a tank cover exchange program in an attempt to reduce the number of tank covers without relief valves in service. Their concern is obviously the safety of tanks without relief valves. Amateur brewers with used Cornelius tanks with plastic lids that do not have the relief valve might want to take advantage of this program and upgrade to a steel lid with a relief valve. This is safer, cleaner, and more convenient. The program is aimed at beverage system operators. I don't know if it applies to us as well, and I don't intend to find out; I'm not going to identify myself as an amateur brewer. I'm just going to send in my plastic lids. Below is the actual text of their program description, dated 1/4/90. The program is effective immediately and will continue until further notice: "Return each soft drink product tank cover in your possession which was manufactured by The Cornelius Company and which does not have a built-in relief device. Cornelius will replace it with a stainless steel relief valve type cover which meets NSDA voluntary standard No. 1 on a no charge basis. Simply ship those covers to The Cornelius Company, One Cornelius Place, Anoka, Minnesota 55303-1592 and they will be replaced to you." Suurb Return to table of contents
Date: Mon, 29 Jan 90 20:28:58 EST From: bowler at ATHENA.MIT.EDU Subject: Steam Beer Recipes Wanted It is time for me to make my third batch of beer and I want to make a steam beer. I am interested in contributors favorite recipes so that I could give one a try. Thank you all in advance. - --Albert Smith Return to table of contents
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