Hey everyone, so I did a search, and while there was a lot of talk about how to make chillers and how much length, I want to know which type of coil to use.
Mainly I am seeing Type M (cheaper, $40 for 50ft), or Type L (60ft @ $117). Both can come in coil, but I was wondering which is preferable to use as the material for a wort chiller. I know you can use either Type M or Type L, and especially with the price of copper now-a-days, I am using most opt for the Type M refrigeration tubing. I just want to know if there is any drawback or weakness to the Type M tubing compared to the thicker, stiffer Type L tubing, or vise versa.
Originally Posted by KyleWolf
I have also been to the bar tonite...so my evaluations may be skewed.
Currently in the works...
Primary 1:Honey Rye Saison
Up next: Rye Amber Ale, Brett Braggot.