I am moving in October and am planning on a larger brewery set up. I would like to be able to brew 10 gallons at a time.
My initial thoughts were to get the following equipment:
1 Boilermaker 10 gallon for HLT
1 Boilermaker 15 gallon for a Brew Kettle
1 Top Tier for support.
I already have a plate chiller and a 5 gallon Igloo cooler that I will upgrade to a 10 gallon Igloo cooler. My current kettle is 32qts so I will have no real use for this that I can think of. I was thinking of getting a 14 gallon conical fermentation vessel if I can fit it into a fridge for temp controlled fermentation.
Any suggestions or recommendations?
What would you do?
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If you'll be doing 10 gallon batches, then you'll want a bigger mash than a 10 gallon. 15-20 is about right. Also, your HLT needs to be bigger unless you plan on using your kettle and HLT to bring water to temps.
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