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Old 11-10-2008, 05:23 PM   #21
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yes, it works ok on mine. i can get a light rolling boil for anything 6 gallons or less.

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So, I read this and feel jealous. Gets me thinking, what can I do to get more heat from the stovetop. I pop the top off and find the orifice. In a stroke of genius (maybe not), bigger is better goes through my head. I keep stepping it up slowly until the only drill size jumps from .047 to .052. Why not? Well now I have a huge flame with too much gas and not enough air.

I had to put everything away because my wife was coming home for lunch and I didn’t want to get caught messing with her stove. Curiosity got the best of me and I took it apart again. One of the times that I removed the needle valve it dropped inside. The service guy was monkeying with these when the stove was installed and apparently he did the same thing. The one I picked out from under the burner wasn’t the one I had drilled. It had a .077 hole instead of the .052 that I drilled. Guess I’m not as bad a F-up as I thought.
Time for a boil test!
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Old 11-24-2008, 04:09 AM   #22
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how'd that work out, anyway?

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Old 11-24-2008, 11:48 AM   #23
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how'd that work out, anyway?
Our tap water is well below 60 degrees. The 6 gallon test went from there to boiling in 52 minutes. From mash temperature (~150) to boiling took less than 20 minutes. It was a good rolling boil, so I think more volume is possible. Before this, 4 gallons was my maximum boil size and that was a weak boil, so this is a big improvement.

Just yesterday I was playing with it again. It’s getting plenty of gas, but more air would help. The only way I can enlarge the opening where air is drawn though is using a Dremel. The hole can still go a little bigger, but the flame is burning cleaner now, almost all blue with a little yellow in one spot.

Now I have to get my wife use to it. None of her pots or pans are nearly as big as my brew stuff. Not realizing what I did, she turned it on full and walked away. Flames were lapping around the sides and she almost melted the handle off!
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Old 12-05-2008, 12:28 AM   #24
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I've have this in my five gallon MLT now at 153F. I'm going to fallow your hop schedule but I have 7% AA pellets. It smells great!

Maybe I should go with .75 oz. FWH?

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Old 12-05-2008, 12:51 AM   #25
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FWH = First Wort Hop...put in the wort before you begin your boil, basically as you are doing your first runnings.

i usually just do a 60 minute boil, so you can just stick to that.

.75 oz for each addition would work just fine.

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Old 12-05-2008, 01:03 AM   #26
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It's just my IBUs will be ~27, the extra quarter oz. should put it close to 33 IBU.

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either way will work fine. i've made this various ways...that recipe isn't the first.

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I've wanted to do an all-Vienna Pale Ale for a while, ever since reading this thread, and I'm creating the recipe right now. Going to make it an AIPA.

Deathbrewer inspired me to do all-grain stovetop, so why not a recipe too?

I know this is the mother of all thread resurrections.

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LOL. Not really the "mother of". After all, we've seen threads that haven't been touched since '05, randomly pop up because someone didn't notice the date on them.

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