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Polboy 01-09-2013 04:21 AM

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this is my setup (of course barrel and boxes are not there when in use), it is very convenient to use, add water to the top keg (through hose with carbon filter), heat water, drain into the mash tun, drain mash tun into bottom keg, repeat whole process for sparging


mjdonnelly68 01-19-2013 09:13 PM

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Rube Goldberg would be proud...


ernie271 01-23-2013 03:29 AM

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My system has two five gallon coolers...one with false bottom and thermo well...the hot liquor tank with just a valve. My fly sparge arm is from NB. I love my little system. I get great beers, and that's all that counts!


ernie271 01-23-2013 03:29 AM

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My system has two five gallon coolers...one with false bottom and thermo well...the hot liquor tank with just a valve. My fly sparge arm is from NB. I love my little system. I get great beers, and that's all that counts!


26thStBrewery 01-24-2013 11:56 AM

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I batch sparge & use a mash mixer I build into my mash tun. Left 10 gallon pot is the HLT then pumped to the mash tun, drained into the right 10 gallon pot BK for boil before cooling through counterflow chiller.


26thStBrewery 01-24-2013 10:14 PM

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Yes the CFC is from Williams and it's awesome. I have had immersion & plate but this is about the fastest cooler that I have used. I have my setup so that I can pump from my BK to the chiller and back to the BK through a whirlpool system until I reach my desired temperature at the exit of the chiller. I can then divert the wort into my S/S fermenter & blast it with oxygen by way of a 5 micron stone. It takes about 11 to 15 minutes to cool the wort down from 212 degrees to 70 degrees with the average ground water temperature. I used brass lead free compression fittings on the in/out wort side of the chiller & installed S/S camlock fittings from there.


Wulfman 01-25-2013 09:26 PM

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The one in the daylight was my first AG set up. The other was last week. Who says you cant make beer on the second floor of an apt


Wulfman 01-25-2013 09:26 PM

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The one in the daylight was my first AG set up. The other was last week. Who says you cant make beer on the second floor of an apt


seyahmit 01-28-2013 04:43 PM

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Here is my 10 gallon batch sparge system. I also have a couple other smaller pots I use for heating extra water.


Ruffins 01-29-2013 05:05 PM

Keep it simple
 
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I mash and sparg from the same equipment...an old commercial coffee urn. I put a digital temp controller on it and it will hold whatever temp i want for as long as i want it to. I sparg from the sprayer that was used to brew coffee. I also have it set up as a RIM system, works like a charm.



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