Originally Posted by onthekeg
If you are using the auber controller, there isn't any need to switch the voltage.
Actually there is, if there's any concern for scorching if you don't have adequate flow, especially in a rims system.
I posted a simple diagram on how I do it using two different contactors per element here:http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f16/cont...ml#post4026977
Just use an On/Off/On switch to select the contactor and jumper the outputs from the contactors to the outlets.
Originally Posted by paulthenurse
And we also decided to make a Barley Wine this weekend as a starter. (That is probably one of the silliest sentences I've ever written.)
On tap: Russian Imperial Stout (nitro), Imperial Red, Kentucky Common Rye, Ruination Clone.
Secondary: RedWine (Imperial Red x2)
Primary: Chocolate Rye Stout, Utopias Inspired 2nd attempt, Oberon Clone
On Deck: Imperial Red, Kentucky Common. TBD.