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Old 12-29-2009, 07:41 AM   #1
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Default Safe way to mark level in brew kettle

Is there one? I know it would be better to install a sight glass, but I don't really have the equipment for that right now, so I need a safe alternative to mark level inside the kettle. Thanks.



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A metal punch tool to put a dimple at preset locations. Or metal character Stamp tools 0-8 the 6 is used upside down as a 9.

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