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SpikeBrewing 01-14-2013 09:49 PM

Where to start?!

This weekend we launched our new website! Take a second to check it out. Feel free to email or PM me feedback on what you think.

Some of you may already know this but all our welds going forward will be fully sanitary welds. They are being welded to the AWS Standard D18.2 (for you Engineers). The welds look great and are welded by a company that has been in business 80 years and only deals with stainless steel welding (mostly for the brewing industry).

Lastly we have 2 kettles left in stock that have the older welds. Still a great weld but we just want to clear them out of inventory. Here's a link to them: www.spikebrewing.com/bargain-cave/15-gallon-brew-kettle-

I want to give a personal thank you to everyone that has supported us in the past and those that will in the future. We have a few new and exciting products that we want to roll out this year. A lot of our business comes from HBT and we really appreciate that!!

:mug:

Ben Caya
Owner | Spike Brewing
ben@spikebrewing.com

mors 01-15-2013 02:00 PM

nice!

suds_zville 01-16-2013 03:25 PM

Well done. Now how about welding tri clamp ferrules as an option?

SpikeBrewing 01-16-2013 05:03 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by suds_zville (Post 4791553)
Well done. Now how about welding tri clamp ferrules as an option?

This is on the list of "What should we work on next?" :ban:

We'll try and keep everyone posted!

uberg33k 01-16-2013 05:31 PM

Could you do tangential inlets?

SpikeBrewing 01-16-2013 11:12 PM

I'm sure our welders could (we haven't stumped them yet). I don't see this being an off the shelf item anytime soon. It might be a option for custom orders however. We'll update our website if it becomes an option.

davi9368 12-28-2013 12:34 AM

I was looking forward to spending a lot of cash with this place. I like supporting the small guys in the us. However, I got my 15 gal 2 port horizontal mount and was completely disappointed. They forgot to rivet one of the handles. Anyone want to move 13 gallons of boiling water around by one handle. I sure didn't drop this kinda money for that kind of pot. I called and told them about it. Looking forward to speaking with them about it. I found out about this company on this thread and that is why chose this thread to post this.

davi9368 12-28-2013 12:38 AM

They called within a hour and told me he would ship a new one as soon as possible. I may be a spike supporter yet

brew-wench 12-28-2013 05:39 PM

Spike Brew Christmas Disappointment
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by davi9368 (Post 5771147)
I was looking forward to spending a lot of cash with this place. I like supporting the small guys in the us. However, I got my 15 gal 2 port horizontal mount and was completely disappointed. They forgot to rivet one of the handles. Anyone want to move 13 gallons of boiling water around by one handle. I sure didn't drop this kinda money for that kind of pot. I called and told them about it. Looking forward to speaking with them about it. I found out about this company on this thread and that is why chose this thread to post this.

I actually bought this for him as a Christmas gift for being an awesome bf and making me beer. He was so excited to open it on Christmas morning...until he realized a day later that rivets were missing on one side. I feel so bad because this ruined my perfect Christmas gift for him. At least he didnt have boiling water in the pot before realizing that rivets were missing.

Not cool.

BrodieBruce 12-29-2013 12:20 AM

I have a 10 gallon spike brewing kettle and it is awesome, I would recommend it to anyone!


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