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BierMuncher 02-09-2009 09:36 PM

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You had a 2-gallon pot for a turkey fryer?

Are you sure that wasn't a Cornish Hen Fryer?

For your chiller, go to Lowe's, buy some flexible copper tubing, some clear vinyl tubing and some hose fittings and done.

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BierMuncher 02-09-2009 10:43 PM

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Originally Posted by Jif View Post
...For building a chiller for a keggle, do I need to have copper extended all the way out of the beer and no vinyl until then, or can vinyl stand the boiling temperatures in the wort?
No...keep the plastic tubing clear of boiling wort.


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