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  • Posted in thread: any regrets going electric? on 11-13-2012 at 04:00 PM
    You should be able to get a very vigorous boil with 4500W in 5-7 gallons of wort.KalI think the
    issue I'm experiencing might be due to the element height, leaving an excessive amount of "dead
    space" b...

  • Posted in thread: any regrets going electric? on 11-13-2012 at 05:21 AM
    I typically do 5.5 gallon batches (~7 gallons of boiling wort) and occasionally do 11 gallon
    batches. I've been using a 4500W element. I can't say precisely with what duty cycle the
    element is run b/c...

  • Posted in thread: any regrets going electric? on 11-13-2012 at 04:24 AM
    The only downside I noticed was a general increase in chill haze. After brewing all electric
    for the past 4 years, I am going back to a gas-powered boil kettle for the next year. My goal
    is to see if ...

  • Posted in thread: Anyone tried a solid false bottom for whirlpooling in a bottom-drain keggle on 11-06-2012 at 04:39 PM
    I do this in my electric boil kettle with a false bottom from Jaybird. don't have up-to-date
    pictures, but, when using pellet hops, I place a 12" x 12" square of fine SS mesh screen (40 x
    40 mesh fro...

  • Posted in thread: Show us your electric brewing rig on 07-12-2012 at 03:58 PM
    This is v4.0 of my brewery. a link to additional pics, including various notes on the
    components. has evolved over the last 4+ years from a single electric BK into an e-HERMS. Most
    of my design deci...

  • Posted in thread: Sanke Weldless Bottom Drain on 09-02-2010 at 05:16 AM
    I hear ya, the deadspace in my design would be the small ring of space around and up to the
    height of the locknut. I suppose it would take two paper towels to soak that much up though.
    It's probably e...

  • Posted in thread: DIY Keggle Conversion (video!) on 05-12-2009 at 10:33 PM
    The back of the weld will crystallize unless you back gas or use flux. Crystallized stainless
    is weak, porous, and usually rusts.Yuri -- I had someone weld together a keggle last year and I
    noticed af...

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