I am a plumbing noob. I am upgrading my system and I am looking for tips...specifically venting.
In my previous system, I was recirculating a la Jamil...with a tube/immersion chiller combo. I would try to get most of the air out of the tubing before placing the tube/chiller combo in the boil kettle. Nevertheless, I would get a big ol air bubble blow up through my wort.
I don't like that. I want to tighten up this process on my new system.
In my new system, I'm going to just have a valve/port in the pot in lieu of the tube attached to the immersion coil for recirculation. What is a good way to rid myself of the air in the tube without making a mess? I am assuming I need a vent pipe of sorts...but it would have to be above the liquid line of the boil kettle, correct? Pictures would be awesome, if you have em.