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Old 05-04-2012, 03:07 PM   #21
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Glad I could help you make some beer and very glad UPS didn't tear it up!
that packaging was good, I think the UPS people would have to take a fire axe to it, hehehe.

I am going to the store to buy some tubing. Im going to brew today.


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Old 05-04-2012, 05:17 PM   #22
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What are you trying to bend it into? Just to clarify, these do not make coils.
I'm trying to make Jockey Box Coils by forming it around a Firestone Keg.

The "Complete Failure" reference is due to now I know where I can get a coil already to the size I need w/o having to worry about destroying a coil.


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Old 05-04-2012, 06:02 PM   #23
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I'm trying to make Jockey Box Coils by forming it around a Firestone Keg.

The "Complete Failure" reference is due to now I know where I can get a coil already to the size I need w/o having to worry about destroying a coil.
Yes sir. I think I might bring in some 1/4" for coiling too. Would be great for Jockey Boxes and smaller diameter coils going into conical fermenters.
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I PBW'ed the immersion chiller and rinsed it. I used it on my 13.5 gallon kettle. I made a 10 gallon batch of miller clone. cooled the wort in 20ish minutes. I ran it for 30 minutes to be on the safe side. The wort was at room temp.

I love it.

People say copper is best. hog wash. Just get a 50 foot immersion chiller that has 1/2 inch tubing. I like it better then counter flow because I know its clean. Cools down majority of wort in no time too. good for 0 min hopp adds.

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Yeah the first half went fast when I used it too. When winter time comes and the tap water cools down it should cut that time in half.

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coils look sweet!

....did he say "Miller clone"?

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how much is shipping on these? stainless is heavy and i need a bunch of ball valves, coil, and camlocks. What size diameter do you recomend for keggles?

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Just ordered from Zach today, he was extremely responsive and very friendly. We worked out a custom bend HERMS coil in less than two emails.

Looking forward to receiving the coil, will post the pictures of the final results.

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how much is shipping on these? stainless is heavy and i need a bunch of ball valves, coil, and camlocks. What size diameter do you recomend for keggles?
Sorry for the delay, crazy day! The shipping is running about $18.00 average on these coils at only about 6-10lbs depending on the length. It really depends on your preference for the coil diameter. For a keggle I would go 12" or 14" depending on the keg size and how close you want it to the sides. I think I might go with a 12" diameter for the internal chiller setup I'm making.
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