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Old 03-26-2011, 09:33 PM   #97
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Just as a side note:

You dont need to spend big money on the cooker. Most home beer supply stores have temperature controlled heating elements that are very accurate. Its imperative to mash at a really tight temperature range of between 155 and 165, so these heating elements work well for this. They are temperature controlled, hold the temp tightly and are accurate, semi durable and reasonably priced.
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