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Old 12-08-2008, 02:09 AM   #1
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Check out these plans !

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Old 12-08-2008, 03:15 AM   #2
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All I see are X's

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Old 12-08-2008, 03:27 AM   #3
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Pretty sweet...but extremely ambitious and expensive. Those pressure transducers and pH sensors are $300 each, and the solenoid valves are $169. With 17 valves in the design, that's over $3,000 in valves and sensors alone! Stepper motors for stirring??? How about some sturdy gear motors...?

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Old 12-08-2008, 04:49 AM   #4
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That system will make a complete Sabco system look like a bargain that everyone should be able to afford. Looks good on paper but i'm not in the market to put a brewhouse out of business anytime soon. Only one small items
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Old 12-08-2008, 11:15 AM   #5
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I looked up the vent hood - over $2,000

Sabco and a boxfan - here I come!

This is right up there with the $20,000 turntable (cartridge and tonearm extra !)

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Old 12-08-2008, 12:05 PM   #6
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Yeah, all that, and weldless fittings ? ?

I bet at the end of the day, my system will produce the same quality beer at would will likely be considered a "rounding error" in this project !

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Nice!!! It's good to dream!!!!!

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Man, if I had money to burn...maybe. But then again, if I had the kind of money this guy is burning layin around, I'd just get a pro setup. Fukk it, go big or go home, right? I just can't see any justification for dropping that much cash to make your life easier, unless A) you had cash laying around collecting dust, or B) you were going into business selling beer.

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I agree ... a bit of the lunatic fringe

Like the hamburgers I served one summer using a simple grate over an open fire ...

I defy anyone with one of those $$$$ SS gas rigs to grill better burgers ...

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I agree ... a bit of the lunatic fringe

Like the hamburgers I served one summer using a simple grate over an open fire ...

I defy anyone with one of those $$$$ SS gas rigs to grill better burgers ...
Fukkin-A right. 95% of the quality of beer is in the fermentation temps and pitching rates/yeast health. The other 5% is in the ingredients. You can spend $50k on a setup like that and all it does is make brewday easier and allow you to brew bigger batches. You're still a slave to your masters, the yeast. If they're not happy, beer's not good. All that money sunk into the mash/boil process, yet I see nothing in those plans about fermentation temperature control.
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