pH Meters - Gratiude
- View SourceI should like to thank all who have contributed on pH Meters
(silane,Allan, Tod,john,brian,gerard, and Harry.
I have taken up the references. RS go over £100 and the Bedford one
hasn't replied to my enquiry about probes, after a week.
I shall no doubt end up with a meter, though I'd like to make it
myself. In the back of my mind I start to wonder how essential it is
though, and how putting in bicarb might improve the flavour - or
whatever. I have never had problems in reducing wash to 1.000 SG or
proper beer to 1.007. It might make a difference in processing
Molasses, though I haven't found a reliable source of that component
in the UK (any knowledge?).
I have spent quite a bit on add-ons to our hobby and they are all
useful (an un-breakable Alcometer would be particularly welcome!), so
I hang back a little on something that might be used very little.
Don't accuse me of being a Scrooge!
Again with many thanks,