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Topic: my 1st BBQ roast. (8 msgs / 132 lines)
1) From: Jason Molinari
Just completed my 1st BBQ roast. Roasted 170g of Tagliaferro from Riley's. Everything went very smoothly except removal:) Roasted at an even 470deg. F. 11min. to 1st crack, 14 to 2nd, removed at 14:40. 
Upon removal, my latch messed up and i couldnt get it out for like a minute! Ended up being VERY dark, lots of oil showing...somewhere around Viennese roast. PRobably still drinkable, but i don't know..we'll see. I have to rethink my latch:)
This was so much more convenient than an air popper. I thought i wouldnt be able to hear the cracks thru the BBQ cover, but it was MUCH easier than with an air popper...
jason
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2) From: Oaxaca Charlie
 Good for you Jason! Nothing wrong with a Viennese roast,BTW, if
they are SHG beans. For my latch I use a spring, but whatever
you use I hope you have welders gloves and a screw driver or
something like that to unhitch it (calmly).
Charlie
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3) From: Jason Molinari
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Hey charlie, what is SGH?
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4) From: Oaxaca Charlie
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 Typo, sorry. Meant to write:SHG- Strictly High Grown. AKA
SHB-strictly Hard Bean (Guatamala and some others places) Grown
over 1,200 meters, dense, oilier beans. Usually with stronger
acidity, take a deeper roast without charring, usually take
longer to roast to a particular color.(than lower grown) Really
noticable in coffee grown over 1,600 meters. Powerfull and
complex if all goes well. But you knew that.;o)
Charlie
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5) From: Jason Molinari
Yeeeeahhh..of coooourrse i knew that.. who doesn't!
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6) From: Ed Needham
Jason...Are you using a Lowe's can?  If so, buy a stainless bowl and cut a
hole in it big enough for a canning jar funnel to be inserted.  About 2"
diameter if I remember correctly.  Fasten it to the end of the drum, and...No
latch!
Ed Needham
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7) From: jason molinari
Ed, that is exactly that i was going to do:) Funny you thought of that too. 
Just have a find a way to fasten it to the end of the trashcan...
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8) From: Ed Needham
Look on my web site.  Mine is that way and others have used the same thing.
Ed Needham
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