Brew Pot Accessories
In the photo on
the left we can see the "Stainless in Seattle"
thermometer with important mashing
temperatures marked on it. The bottom portion of the left photo
shows a side view of the Easy Masher II. The
spigot for the Easy Masher can be seen in the
lower left photo. (The Easy Masher II screws
onto the spigot from the right hand side.) The bottom right photo
shows a view inside the brew pot showing both the Easy
Maser II and the Stainless in Seattle
temperature probe. Although Lee's Brewery initially obtained good
results with the Easy Masher II, its last two
brewing sessions ended with stuck mashes. Thus calling into
question the product's long-term longevity. Lee's Brewery
recommends use of a full size kettle false bottom screen rather
than the Easy Masher II.
December 21, 1997 22:18:48
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