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Old 03-01-2013, 08:02 PM   #1
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Default Allinone wine Pump now for beer!

Some of you wine makers have seen the Allinone wine pump.
It has now been adapted for beer. First off, a beer bottling attachment, makes bottling beer a whole lot easier and we were just playing around where we used it to transfer beer from a carboy to a Corny keg. It also transfers from Pot to bucket, bucket to carboy and carboy to carboy.
And since the liquid does not come in contact with the pump, you can pump hot liquid.
No more lifting heavy buckets, carboys or pots!
The pump sits on your table or bench top and the carboys and Corny kegs sit on the floor.

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Also:http://allinonewinepump.com/

You can also read more from the sister forum Wine making talk:http://www.winemakingtalk.com/forum/f3/review-allinonewinepump-15976/

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I'm confused. I see no pump in the pics. I can't even determine what kind of pump you're using. What materials come in contact with wort? What are the specs on flow rate?

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It's a $245 vacuum pump. It only works when transferring to a carboy because the receiving vessel needs to hold a vacuum. You couldn't transfer to an ale pail or brew kettle. Somewhat limited for brewing applications.

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Just bought one of these yesterday. Shipped yesterday too.

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The bottom picture with the green overflow bottle is the pump, not very big.
The only thing that comes in contact is the hoses/racking cane and whatever you are racking from and to.

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Just bought one of these yesterday. Shipped yesterday too.
I am curious as to how exactly you are going to use this. After watching the video I can see how it would be useful with bottling wine but I feel that I am missing something with respect to how it would be used with bottling/kegging beer.
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Well I'll use it for my meads the most but I do plan on using it for transferring beer as well. In vacuum there is less chance of oxidation. I will also use it to bottle beer when I bottle condition... Which I admit isn't that often.

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I am curious as to how exactly you are going to use this. After watching the video I can see how it would be useful with bottling wine but I feel that I am missing something with respect to how it would be used with bottling/kegging beer.
As for bottling, you can vacuum from the carboy / bucket direct into the bottle, no sitting on the floor working with a gravity feed. You can leave the bucket / carboy on the floor with the bottles on a table / workbench to bottle.

Kegging, again leaving carboy / bucket / fermenter on the floor with the keg and it just transfers the beer over. One thought is to purge the keg with CO2 first then vacuum rack over. It takes about 4 minuets to transfer 6 gallons, less for 5 gallons.
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As for bottling, you can vacuum from the carboy / bucket direct into the bottle, no sitting on the floor working with a gravity feed. You can leave the bucket / carboy on the floor with the bottles on a table / workbench to bottle.

Kegging, again leaving carboy / bucket / fermenter on the floor with the keg and it just transfers the beer over. One thought is to purge the keg with CO2 first then vacuum rack over. It takes about 4 minuets to transfer 6 gallons, less for 5 gallons.
I watched the video demonstrating this device and I am intrigued. I don't bottle much but I can see how this would make quick work of the tedious bottling process.

Transferring from carboy to keg with this would also be nice. I assume that you can put a filter (paint strainer) on the bottom of the racking cane to prevent trub from getting sucked up.

Also looks like you can add a Randall inline between the carboy and keg (in the video it is a filter to filter the wine but I assume that you could fill the filter housing with hops instead). Don't know how much benefit there would be Randalizing from the carboy to the keg rather than the traditional keg-Randall serving.

If the price point were lower I would probably order one immediately but for $245.00 and my limited use/application with kegging makes it hard for me to justify the expense. Any chance that the price will eventually drop?
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I watched the video demonstrating this device and I am intrigued. I don't bottle much but I can see how this would make quick work of the tedious bottling process.

Transferring from carboy to keg with this would also be nice. I assume that you can put a filter (paint strainer) on the bottom of the racking cane to prevent trub from getting sucked up.

Also looks like you can add a Randall inline between the carboy and keg (in the video it is a filter to filter the wine but I assume that you could fill the filter housing with hops instead). Don't know how much benefit there would be Randalizing from the carboy to the keg rather than the traditional keg-Randall serving.

If the price point were lower I would probably order one immediately but for $245.00 and my limited use/application with kegging makes it hard for me to justify the expense. Any chance that the price will eventually drop?
Not trying to bash or steal the thread... But I doubt the price will drop as on 3/1 it just increased to that price. As I understand it the cost of materials went up. Mine is scheduled to be delivered today... can't wait to try it out...though at first with water ....then maybe a mead.
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