Our new delivery bell is so so rad. Actually, tonight through downtown a loud motorcycle came up behind us and rang a…. bicycle bell.
While working through how to carbonate our tap water at Courier ( part of our ongoing project to make fresh local grown and produced ginger ale), we were reminded that length of tubing affects pressure. Steinbarts reminded us that the length of dispensing tube leading from pressurized container that they sell (pre assembled for home brew applications) is designed for beer pressures of 20 psi, while carbonated water at 40psi is going to need a longer tube to reduce the flow rate. This- sort- of- makes-sense. A longer electrical line conditions and reduces amperage. A longer water line conditions pressure, but it seems to take a lot of line to do this… perhaps a longer HVAC. Well tomorrow we pick up a missing piece from Steinbarts.
Other news- Michael Parich has issued a new line of Coozies for wide mouth jars, available at Courier. They are handcrafted of Pendleton Wool, and now have labels made by BT Livermore.