RE: [Distillers] gerry g
- No bloody Aussies any way. It would be one of the most beautiful, relaxing places to visit. In fact if i could run my business on the island,i would. I have been there many, many times. I have fished, dived, deer shooting, tramping, you name it. You will wake up in the morning, hearing the bell-birds, tuis,and pidgeons, singing their morning song, with NO pollution, NOT TOO many people, and an idillac setting that cant be found anywhere in the world. DONT GO THERE YOU WONT LIKE IT.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Pete-----Original Message-----
From: Brian Poke [mailto:bjfm@...]
Sent: Tuesday, 4 September 2001 12:28
Subject: [Distillers] gerry gdoes the g stand for glucose gerry ????????????--------what was your starting gravity ?did you aerate/oxygenate the wort/wash ?did you re-hydrate yeast "?what temp. did you pitch yeast atwhat was the temp. of yeast relative to wash when you pitchedremember yeast if not rehydrated can take a while to adjust to it's "new" environmentmany regards brianattn all kiwi's,,,,,,,what is on stewart island ???????,,,,,,,,b
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