OK, I know this is not much of a "problem" but here it goes...
This last weekend, I used my newly made counterflow chiller. Reading different plans, I see that most chillers are made from about 25 ft of tubing and garden hose.
Seeing this, I thought, 'hey, the more the merrier', so I made mine out of 50 ft of each. My wort came out at a chilly 58 degrees! I continually turned the water down until it was just a trickle, but the wort continued to flow at 58.
Is my chiller simply too long? Has anyone else had this issue? Should I cut it in two and sell the other half to a brewing buddy?
Thanks for your help!