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Old 04-04-2012, 02:28 AM   #1
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Default Anyone in RI built Kals electric brewery?

Hey fellow Ocean Statians,

Anyone built an electric brewery using Kals design from theelectricbrewery.com? I am about to atart the wiring and could use some advice (and an electrician that works for beer).

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Old 06-09-2012, 10:00 AM   #2
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Anyone within an hour of RI built an electric brewery from theelectricbrewery.com

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Old 08-15-2012, 03:52 PM   #4
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im near the end of building his system. i live in warwick.

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Awesome! I just finished wiring my control panel yesterday.

What are you using for kettles? I have two kegs with the tops cut off but havent drilled them or made hoses yet. Any chance you have used the "keg tool" and silver solder?

Know a local welder that will work for beer? Haha

I am in North Kingstown, between EG and wickford.

Thanks for replying. Hopefully we can help each other out once we have our systems up and running!

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Right on!
My control panel is 95% done and my buddy really wanted BoilMakers so we are working with those...
I have yet to run everything
The worst part is putting holes in those beautiful kettles

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Did you go all weldless? I think I'm going to try silver soldering couplings on the keggles. Did you get your outlet/gfci installed yet? I guess that is my next step once I find an electrician that can get it done.

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Yeah I'm going all weldless. Its a lot easier and I wouldn't want to distroy my kettles. I wired my outlet already just need pumps and the stainless coil and I'm good!

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Here is a quick pic

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I got my coil in the mail today....trying to do it myself did not go well.

Im hoping to find someone with a pipe bender or a shop that can bend it for me.

Your setup looks great.

You wired the outlet yourself? Any chance you could help a brotha out? Haha

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