I could use a little advice on this semi-beer related project. I'm installing a 120V/30A outlet (TT-30R) for a camper. I'd also like it to serve as an outlet for an electric HLT. I'm recycling pieces from an old hot tub feed. So far I have a 220V/50A breaker in the main panel and a 120/220V/50A GFCI breaker outside feed by 6/3. I've removed the GFCI box breaker outside the house and installed 220v/60A service disconnect breaker (no overload protection). I think I want to run 6/3 UF out to the camper location (~110ft).
Here's where I get stuck. I need 120V/30A GFCI for the camper. I would also like to be able to power an electric brew stand in the future (and more distant a 220v/50A camper upgrade). What's the best solution? Do I downgrade the main breaker and run 120V/30A x 2? or leave main breaker use 2 x 120V/30A with two GCFI's at the end. If I do that, should I save the $$$ and run 10/3 UF to the remote panel instead of 6/3?
I'm thinking I should downgrade the main (or service disconnect) to 30A, use the 50A GFCI, and install 2x 120v/30A outlets, one off each leg. This would allow me to run a camper and a kettle, or two kettles. And, if future needs require, I re-install the 50A main breaker and replace the 2 x 120v/30A with a single 220V/50A outlet.
This has a dozen potential combinations and I'm trying to see foresee any future needs without getting too crazy or busting my budget. One thing I definitely want to avoid is spending $$$, finding out it doesn't suit my needs, and having to re-do a whole bunch later. Any suggestions?