HOMEBREW Digest #5829 Mon 18 April 2011

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  Re: Cleaning Kegs (Paul Hethmon)
  Long lines, long lines. I hate waitin' in dem... Long lines! (Patrick Babcock)

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---------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: Mon, 18 Apr 2011 11:03:07 -0400 From: Paul Hethmon <phethmon at hethmon.com> Subject: Re: Cleaning Kegs Keith, I believe Oxy Clean is similar to PBW. I would certainly recommend picking up some PBW to clean your keg and parts thoroughly. I've got a keg soaking in it right now. Your local HB supply should have some available. Recirculating with cleaner can lessen the amount you need, but balance that with how much crud you are trying to remove. I'd soak anything for a few days that has any amount of visible dirt on it. Paul Return to table of contents
Date: Mon, 18 Apr 2011 19:40:05 -0400 From: Patrick Babcock <pbabcock at hbd.org> Subject: Long lines, long lines. I hate waitin' in dem... Long lines! Greetings, Beerlings! Take me to your lager... If you are reading this, then you are reading glad, glad news! The Home Brew Digest long lines wrapping subroutine is functioning, and making what was not postable, postable once again! (Postable... is that even a word?) This announcement note has intentionally been written using lines longer than 80. Note that, if YOUR post has lines longer than 80, you will STILL get an error message back from the Digest (though the wording has been changes within). Fret not - this is to alert you that your note has been stuffed into the line wrap processor, and to tell you to contact the Janitors if you don't get a "normal" response from the server with cancellation info therein. Once the wrapper has been wrappin' and we know it's good at it, this response will be turned off. See ya! Pat Babcock HBD Chief of Janitorial Services Return to table of contents
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