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BierMuncher 12-11-2012 05:31 PM

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yes i plan on doing mostly 5 gallon.
Those were my famous last words as well. I think I cranked out three or four 5-gallon batches before I realized that with very little more time/effort the the increase in raw materials was worth doubling my batch size. My 7.5 kettle became my hot liquor tank, and I secured a most awesome keg for a 15.5 gallon brew pot.

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BierMuncher 12-11-2012 05:31 PM

2 Attachment(s)
Quote:
Originally Posted by sibs View Post
yes i plan on doing mostly 5 gallon.
Those were my famous last words as well. I think I cranked out three or four 5-gallon batches before I realized that with very little more time/effort the the increase in raw materials was worth doubling my batch size. My 7.5 kettle became my hot liquor tank, and I secured a most awesome keg for a 15.5 gallon brew pot.

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