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Old 07-30-2012, 12:58 PM   #1
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Default For Sale - WTB - Conical Fermenter for 20 Gal Batches

We're needing a couple of conicals for 20 g batches.. We've looked at the Blichmann 27 FV's.

If anyone is selling one or 2 or something similar please send me a PM.

Or if you have any feedback positive or negative on the Blichmann's..

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Old 07-30-2012, 01:08 PM   #2
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Skull Camp Brewing ramping up. Good to see cheers!

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No practical experience with anything that big, but I've noticed that my 14 gallon Blichmann runs about 3-4 degrees hotter in my "cool room" than what my 6 gallon Better Bottles did when actively fermenting.

Do you have a plan for keeping these cool?

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Take a look at Toledo Metal Spinning. You may be able to get them to fab something that will require some assembly on your part for far less cash than the Blingman stuff.

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Old 07-30-2012, 01:46 PM   #5
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Skull Camp Brewing ramping up. Good to see cheers!
Yup.. just wish we had more time.. this pilot system is working us to death haha Hopefully the 7 or 10 bbl systems will be in place by Spring of next year! HOPEFULLY!
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No practical experience with anything that big, but I've noticed that my 14 gallon Blichmann runs about 3-4 degrees hotter in my "cool room" than what my 6 gallon Better Bottles did when actively fermenting.

Do you have a plan for keeping these cool?
Thanks.. we're currently using the wineries barrel room which is temp controlled and right now is at a constant 65. Not exactly the best scenario but may have to do for now. But at least we can keep it under 70 and may can drop the room to 60 if need be..

We have a glycol system but really don't want to go that route with the pilot system's FV's
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Awesome.. thanks for the input!
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Don't forget about the Stout Tanks... Depending on features wanted, you can get a little more bang for the buck. And no, I'm not associate with them.

http://conical-fermenter.com/

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Old 07-30-2012, 02:17 PM   #9
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Don't forget about the Stout Tanks... Depending on features wanted, you can get a little more bang for the buck. And no, I'm not associate with them.

http://conical-fermenter.com/
I knew I was missing somebody.. thanks for the link!
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Has to be 20? Brewhemouth is probably just to small even with a blowoff hose.

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