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Old 08-05-2011, 04:15 AM   #1
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Default Look what I got in the mail today!

My new Angram Beer Engine. I must say that Paul at UKBrewing.com was a great help. They offer great products and service. Thanks Paul!

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Now that is sweet! Havent explored the world of cask ale but it's on my list of 'to do's. You have something in process to try it out?

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Thanks Mako, I ran a mild through it for "testing" purposes. It works great, sorry for no pics, I was too excited and forgot! I'm planning on brewing an English Pale and cask conditioning it. I'll be sure to take pics. At least the beer engine will occupy me until my BM gets here. The wait is killing me! How are things going with your BM pump issues?

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Thanks Mako, I ran a mild through it for "testing" purposes. It works great, sorry for no pics, I was too excited and forgot! I'm planning on brewing an English Pale and cask conditioning it. I'll be sure to take pics. At least the beer engine will occupy me until my BM gets here. The wait is killing me! How are things going with your BM pump issues?
Impellers are in route and hope to have Rob's old ones tomorrow to test and potentially brew with this weekend. Will keep you posted how that goes.

Definitely keep me in the loop on the English Pale and thoughts on the cask conditioned ale. I'm in the process of trying to sell my house, so new toys post Braumeister are on hold. Once we move I'm getting a pub area setup and planned to try some cask conditioned ale myself. Very interested in your thoughts and insights as you get things going!
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Old 08-05-2011, 04:47 AM   #5
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Hard to read this through the jealousy!

I just bought a 5.4 gal pin for cask ale from Northern Brewer. It's a cool little stubby thing; got all of the bungs and spiles too. Saving up for a hand pump, but it's going to be a bigger feat than the cask.

Congrats, man.

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Words cannot express the healthy envy I have right now.

Enjoy! Lets see a pic of this thing in action!

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Wow that thing is beautiful. I really wish I had a beer engine....and somewhere I could stick a cask to serve it. Ah well, next house!

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10th level beer nerd! Man that thing is awesome... You setting up a breather (trickle of co2) or planning on downing the 5 gallons in a few days? Either way, nicely done.

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At least the beer engine will occupy me until my BM gets here. The wait is killing me! How are things going with your BM pump issues?
Really? Am I the only one that spit beer on his monitor when I read this? Am I that juvenile?

I mean REALLY! Why are you waiting on a BM when ex-lax is available pretty much every where?

And is a pump really necessary? Did bran muffins fail?

Anyway, childishness and potty jokes aside, that thing is the bling-blang. It makes my polished kegs sad cause they aren't gold and shiny.
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10th level beer nerd! Man that thing is awesome... You setting up a breather (trickle of co2) or planning on downing the 5 gallons in a few days? Either way, nicely done.
My plan is two pull from half batches until I can set up a breather. I'm going to try using the LP gas regulator method.
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