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DeepWoodBrew 03-08-2013 01:07 PM

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Would it be possible to wrap a heat belt around the Carboy?

What is the actual volume capacity of the 5 gallon and 7 gallon Carboy?

What is the valve connection size for the port I see in the pictures on the front of the Carboy? 1/2"?

I'm really interested in the possibility of boiling, chilling and fermenting in the same pot. Maybe even BIAB mashing, too.
Thank you for the inquiry, and we are happy to answer your questions..

We do not see a problem with wraping a heat belt on the Cavern.

The actual capacity of the 5 gallon Cavern is 5.5 gallons and the 7 gallon Cavern is 7 gallons.

Yes the valve connection is 1/2" port..

The Cavern isn't just one of the safest ways to ferment your beer. This stainless steel fermenter can take you from the boiling stage all the way through to the fermenting stage. We tested the Cavern on electric burners all the way up to…30,000 btu gas burners, and the results where fantastic!!! There was absolutely no scorching of the wort at all. We also found there is less evaporation due to the shape and opening size of the Cavern. Yes, we have put our Cavern to the test and here are some pictures.

DeepWoodBrew 03-08-2013 01:07 PM

3 Attachment(s)
Quote:
Originally Posted by NWMushroom View Post
Would it be possible to wrap a heat belt around the Carboy?

What is the actual volume capacity of the 5 gallon and 7 gallon Carboy?

What is the valve connection size for the port I see in the pictures on the front of the Carboy? 1/2"?

I'm really interested in the possibility of boiling, chilling and fermenting in the same pot. Maybe even BIAB mashing, too.
Thank you for the inquiry, and we are happy to answer your questions..

We do not see a problem with wraping a heat belt on the Cavern.

The actual capacity of the 5 gallon Cavern is 5.5 gallons and the 7 gallon Cavern is 7 gallons.

Yes the valve connection is 1/2" port..

The Cavern isn't just one of the safest ways to ferment your beer. This stainless steel fermenter can take you from the boiling stage all the way through to the fermenting stage. We tested the Cavern on electric burners all the way up to…30,000 btu gas burners, and the results where fantastic!!! There was absolutely no scorching of the wort at all. We also found there is less evaporation due to the shape and opening size of the Cavern. Yes, we have put our Cavern to the test and here are some pictures.

DeepWoodBrew 03-08-2013 01:07 PM

3 Attachment(s)
Quote:
Originally Posted by NWMushroom View Post
Would it be possible to wrap a heat belt around the Carboy?

What is the actual volume capacity of the 5 gallon and 7 gallon Carboy?

What is the valve connection size for the port I see in the pictures on the front of the Carboy? 1/2"?

I'm really interested in the possibility of boiling, chilling and fermenting in the same pot. Maybe even BIAB mashing, too.
Thank you for the inquiry, and we are happy to answer your questions..

We do not see a problem with wraping a heat belt on the Cavern.

The actual capacity of the 5 gallon Cavern is 5.5 gallons and the 7 gallon Cavern is 7 gallons.

Yes the valve connection is 1/2" port..

The Cavern isn't just one of the safest ways to ferment your beer. This stainless steel fermenter can take you from the boiling stage all the way through to the fermenting stage. We tested the Cavern on electric burners all the way up to…30,000 btu gas burners, and the results where fantastic!!! There was absolutely no scorching of the wort at all. We also found there is less evaporation due to the shape and opening size of the Cavern. Yes, we have put our Cavern to the test and here are some pictures.


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