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Old 05-24-2010, 05:42 PM   #1
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It's pretty stable actually. Testing it out before the 10gal IPA batch thursday or memorial day.
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Old 05-24-2010, 06:39 PM   #2
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lol I don't know if I'd risk it. I don't know about you, but I don't want 7 gallons of boiling liquid spilling on my entire body.

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Old 05-24-2010, 06:40 PM   #3
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Good luck. I would NOT do it that way.

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what way would you do it?

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I put my burner on cement blocks to raise it up a bit. Works perfect!

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just be careful!

I've been LOOKING for a pony keg - it's the size I want for a mash tun.

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yea get some bricks to raise it instead for better support.

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Put it on your deck and use the gravity to draw it down your steps. Rather not see you get scarred up legs!

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just be careful!

I've been LOOKING for a pony keg - it's the size I want for a mash tun.
7.5 gallons doesn't seem big enough for a mash tun unless you're only doing 5 gallon batches and never want to make anything super big... I'd think you'd max out under 20 pounds of grain.
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Put it on your deck and use the gravity to draw it down your steps. Rather not see you get scarred up legs!
That is an idea, but I was planning on having my mash tun on a table on the deck and have that drain into the keggle which would be elevated to drain into my fermenter.

I will probably just buy some cinder blocks.

edit: Dave258, what kind of tubing is that on the valve of your keggle?
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