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  • Northwest Ohio
  • Fishing,brewing beer,snowmobiling
  • Jason
  • Frogtown Hoppers
  • Originally I wanted to brew so that I wouldn't have to buy as much. I bought a kit and it just sat there. A year later I dug out the kit and threw the LME away. Then I bought another kit and from there I went full bore from extract to BIAB to kegging.
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  • Posted in thread: Basic electric burner on 02-05-2016 at 07:49 PM
    Alright, I think I'll post again. very top is the controller that I think that I need to
    build.https://www.homebrewhedonist.com/budget-electric-brewing/The above link has some good
    info where I can g...

  • Posted in thread: Basic electric burner on 02-05-2016 at 05:30 PM
    Watching this video now.https://www.brewhardware.com/category_s/1836.htm

  • Posted in thread: Basic electric burner on 02-05-2016 at 05:19 PM
    You're still plugging in some kind of GFCI protected circuit though right?Here's an example --
    controller (left) - GFCI protected spa panel (right)335482This isn't in the picture, but the
    spa panel ha...

  • Posted in thread: Basic electric burner on 02-05-2016 at 05:18 PM
    The pump setup is pretty plain vanilla. Kettle valve, pump, discharge valve, return through the
    lid through a tee with the temp probe, hose under the lid in the kettle.24v DC pump. Don't need
    anything...

  • Posted in thread: Basic electric burner on 02-05-2016 at 03:34 PM
    Yup, that's what lot of us do. I use the steamer basket in my kettle with a pump and a
    controller to maintain mash temps. 2 x 1500 watt elements and I'm on standard 120v, 15 amp
    outlets.I didn't sugge...

  • Posted in thread: Basic electric burner on 02-05-2016 at 03:09 PM
    The generator backfeed should have a manual interlock on the main panel that would disallow you
    from flipping that breaker on while the main is also on. The dry outlet is a better option, but
    keep in ...

  • Posted in thread: Basic electric burner on 02-05-2016 at 12:25 PM
    You guys have been great so far. I think with all the comments and suggestions that I would be
    better off with some of the things said here.I want to upgrade to a larger kettle anyway and
    this may giv...

  • Posted in thread: Basic electric burner on 02-05-2016 at 01:09 AM
    Lots of great options available. With the cost of these different systems I'm still drawn back
    to the induction burner. $370 I have all I need.TexasWine that is an awesome setup but I'm
    not sure tha...

  • Posted in thread: Basic electric burner on 02-04-2016 at 07:41 PM
    Yup, that's what lot of us do. I use the steamer basket in my kettle with a pump and a
    controller to maintain mash temps. 2 x 1500 watt elements and I'm on standard 120v, 15 amp
    outlets.I didn't sugge...

  • Posted in thread: Basic electric burner on 02-04-2016 at 06:50 PM
    Also note, there are plenty of BIAB brewers using elements like this in their electric rigs. If
    you can get the element mounted low enough, you could put a false bottom over the top if your
    that worri...

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