broken thermometer (need to buy replacement downtown TO)

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lyndonk
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broken thermometer (need to buy replacement downtown TO)

Postby lyndonk » Thu Apr 09, 2015 7:39 pm

So i'm an idiot and cracked my thermometer. I'm hoping to do a brew tomorrow so I'm in a bit of a time crunch. I live down town Toronto (right next to Steam Whistle) and don't drive a car. Does anyone know a store I can swing by tomorrow morning to pick up a spare thermometer? I've checked google and the closest place seems to be Fermentations. Any suggestions on other stores or does anyone know of grocery stores or other stores that might have something suitable? It'd kill about 2.5 hours to trek all the way up to Toronto Brewing.

Thanks for the help!
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Re: broken thermometer (need to buy replacement downtown TO)

Postby atomeyes » Fri Apr 10, 2015 2:35 pm

lyndonk wrote:So i'm an idiot and cracked my thermometer. I'm hoping to do a brew tomorrow so I'm in a bit of a time crunch. I live down town Toronto (right next to Steam Whistle) and don't drive a car. Does anyone know a store I can swing by tomorrow morning to pick up a spare thermometer? I've checked google and the closest place seems to be Fermentations. Any suggestions on other stores or does anyone know of grocery stores or other stores that might have something suitable? It'd kill about 2.5 hours to trek all the way up to Toronto Brewing.

Thanks for the help!


you can buy a temp shitty one for $15 at Kitchen Stuff Plus.
then buy a Thermapen on ebay
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Postby jcc » Fri Apr 10, 2015 6:44 pm

I imagine this is late, but Noble Hop on Dundas has thermometers. Also, most grocery stores should have digital or analog ones that will be close enough for your needs. I've picked up a few $10 ones at Loblaws.

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