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Thursday, July 26, 2007
Nate says he wants one. Who wouldn't want a Randal?
Note: Ok, I totally misread this. Nate said he wanted to "get to one of these" not "get one of these". Ahhh...well, I'm not takin' it down now. Who wants a Randall?! Just read a comment by Nate. Do you think he's talking about Randall the Enamel Animal from DFH? I just threw together some links that I found while searching for articles on making your own. Came up with some good stuff. Dogfish Head "organoleptic hop transducer module" aka "Randal the Enamel Animal" : Maltose Falcons build your own Hashback : Lew Bryson interview with Sam : Build your own Randall grove's beer log : Article at BA by Sam Nate, wanna build one? I'm seriously thinking about it.
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Well, now that you put the thought in my head (or the words in my mouth) .. sure, I'd like to have a Randal (Randalizer? Randal the Enamel Animal?)
Doesn't look to hard really, just a water filter holder with correct plumbing. Almost a very simple Soxhlet extractor. Of course, I need to learn how to keg first to make use of one of these, but I could see running my coffee porter through some beans!
I've had a couple of DFH beers run through the hops, but never peaches ... look tasty.
Kegging isn't hard. Just like brewing. Fork out the money and keep it clean.
I feel a series of posts coming on.
A Randall is not really that hard to make from what I can tell. I have an official DFH one and it looks like an industrial water filter thingy with some hoses on it.
Dude! I'd love to see your randall.
Wait! I didn't mean that. I meant to say I love to see your organoleptic hop transducer module.
Uh...I think sounds dirtier. ;-)
Have you used it yet?
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