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Old 02-21-2011, 03:50 PM   #41
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Any chance we could get the measurements? I am in the process of gathering and drawing designs for a Brutus build of my own and this has become my new favorite!

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Old 02-21-2011, 04:24 PM   #42
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Any chance we could get the measurements? I am in the process of gathering and drawing designs for a Brutus build of my own and this has become my new favorite!

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Which measurments do you need?


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I am literally in the infant stages of this, so anything about the basic dimensions would be great.

What size and type of steel did you use?

I am planning to use the same burners (BG12) and wondered how you hard plumbed them? Any special orifice required or did you just pipe it into the elbow?

Thanks again,

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Old 02-22-2011, 01:19 PM   #44
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I am literally in the infant stages of this, so anything about the basic dimensions would be great.

What size and type of steel did you use?

I am planning to use the same burners (BG12) and wondered how you hard plumbed them? Any special orifice required or did you just pipe it into the elbow?

Thanks again,

JM
Ill get all that info for you this upcoming Sunday and post back. I keep my brewstand at the local homebrew shop I work at part time but I dont have another shift until Sunday. More than happy to help out a fellow brewer/brutus builder.
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Old 02-22-2011, 01:43 PM   #45
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Ill get all that info for you this upcoming Sunday and post back. I keep my brewstand at the local homebrew shop I work at part time but I dont have another shift until Sunday. More than happy to help out a fellow brewer/brutus builder.
Thanks! I appreciate it...
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Old 02-23-2011, 05:00 AM   #46
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I have those same burners for my build. I haven't actually started building yet...just collecting everything to do so. So I have a couple questions: How far away from the kettles did you mount the burners and about how long does it take for them to bring your wort to a boil?

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I have those same burners for my build. I haven't actually started building yet...just collecting everything to do so. So I have a couple questions: How far away from the kettles did you mount the burners and about how long does it take for them to bring your wort to a boil?
They are about 6-7 inches from the bottom of the kettles. I've only done one batch on it so far and I didnt take notes on how long it took to come to a boil. That said I didnt notice it being any longer or particularly shorter than any other batch Ive done. Next time I brew (this saturday) Ill try and remember to time it.
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Do you have a pilot on the burner? If not are you manually lighting the burneres when needed?

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Do you have a pilot on the burner? If not are you manually lighting the burneres when needed?
The mash tun burner and hot liquor tank burner have standing pilots that are lit throughout the brewday.
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Sooo. What ever happened to those keggles after you went high-end? Sure hope there not laying around feeling neglected. That would be terrible.

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