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Posted in thread: 60qt. Ice Cube Mash Tun Build - $cheap and simple on 12-13-2010 at 06:50 PM
If it is your first ag batch, I would estimate a lower efficiency just to give you room for
mistakes. I think that 75% is very possible once you have some experience under your belt with
AG, but its e...
Posted in thread: 60qt. Ice Cube Mash Tun Build - $cheap and simple on 11-28-2010 at 01:54 PM
Does anyone know if you can buy extra washers from the cooler side that has a ridge that seats
the rubber grommet? Mine cracked when tightened down, apparently i'm stronger than I thought I
Posted in thread: Left keg in hot garage, now it is sour? (but sour in a good way) on 09-25-2010 at 08:23 PM
I brewed a 10-gallon batch of pilsner in June. We drank all but half a kegs worth in August. I
rotated the beers on tap and set aside the keg to let if lager a little bit more. Well, I ended
Posted in thread: 60qt. Ice Cube Mash Tun Build - $cheap and simple on 09-10-2010 at 08:43 PM
The largest batch I have brewed in this setup was 10 gallons of IPA using about 25 pounds of
grain. I had plenty of room in the cooler left.
Posted in thread: Deep Six Brewing System - v3.0 on 05-10-2010 at 05:39 PM
I forget to mention that I took a picture. Here it is. Do you think its the same keg?
Posted in thread: Deep Six Brewing System - v3.0 on 05-10-2010 at 02:22 AM
I saw one of those large kegs the other day when I was sitting in a McDonald's drive-thru. It
was in the back of a McDonald's semi-truck with a long hose running from the keg to the inside
of the rest...
Posted in thread: 60qt. Ice Cube Mash Tun Build - $cheap and simple on 04-20-2010 at 03:58 AM
Looks good BigJason! In response to Bobby_M, I also preheat my mash tun substantially hotter
than required for strike. After a few minutes I'll stir up the water and check the temp to see
how close it...
Posted in thread: Counter Flow Chiller -$50 shipped - Bobbym's design on 03-18-2010 at 09:26 PM
I made two of these when building one for myself since it is so much cheaper to purchase the
3/8" copper tubing in 50' sections. I use one and I am selling the other. I have used the other
one to cool...