Trying to map out my new brewrig plumbing and thought process.
I presently boil in my 15g blichmann kettle,chill, let settle, then siphon 'from the top down' to get the clearest beer into the fermenters. I ferment in cornys, so I want as much clear beer and as little trub/break as possible to maximise finished beer into serving keg./
So far, this has worked pretty good. nearly 5 gals most of the time.
I am building a brewrig, and will be more automated, and maybe some hard plumbing.
I'm looking for suggestions on how to recirq/qhirlpool/ect, so I don't have to siphon to the fermenter.
I will be boiling in a 20g blichmann kettle, chilling with a CFC, and fermenting in cornys.
Maybe turn the diptube sideways instead of straight down in the kettle to avoid the settled 'stuff'?
Thanks in advance.