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  • Posted in thread: Nano Brewery Startup NW Ohio on 10-20-2013 at 08:20 PM
    Coming up on our first anniversary and its been a very interesting year. We went from opening
    with a 20 gallon system to upgrading to a 2 barrel brew house. Looking for a larger venue
    probably in Defi...

  • Posted in thread: Nano Brewery Startup NW Ohio on 01-02-2013 at 08:12 PM
    I am looking to start a nano brew as well (up here in Canada though) and given your thread, how
    has the operation gone so far? Thanks for posting, I am always trying to find into on brewery
    planning. ...

  • Posted in thread: Nano Brewery Startup NW Ohio on 01-02-2013 at 08:11 PM
    215 Railway Ave Holgate Ohio You can get beer to go in bottles or growlers but our taproom
    opens in a few weeks.

  • Posted in thread: Stainless Steel 304 55 gallon drum on 12-30-2012 at 10:04 PM
    What was the original use for the drum? Don't think I'd try to make a tip MT out of it, but
    should do fine for a boil kettle. What a find!It held tomato paste in a food grade plastic bag.
    Doesn't smel...

  • Posted in thread: Nano Brewery Startup NW Ohio on 12-30-2012 at 09:35 PM
    We opened Dec. 15 btw :)

  • Posted in thread: Stainless Steel 304 55 gallon drum on 12-30-2012 at 09:06 PM
    Anyone use SS 304 55 gallon drums for boil kettles?A friend of mine has a drum with 1.2mm
    top/bottom and .9mm sidewall thickness. Too thin for a 35-40 gallon boil?

  • Posted in thread: Nano Brewery Startup NW Ohio on 10-21-2012 at 01:10 AM
    A few more weeks until opening..its been a journey to say the least.

  • Posted in thread: Oak Whiskey Barrels: How old is too old? on 10-04-2012 at 01:21 AM
    Found a few 20 gallon oak Old Granddad Whiskey barrels that were filled in 1959. Are these
    barrels too old to use for aging beer?

  • Posted in thread: "Hop Tea" method for adding aromatics on 09-06-2012 at 10:55 PM
    We make hop teas using fermented beer and they add aroma, flavor and some bitterness. Depending
    on the level of bitterness we want in the tea we warm up the beer a bit around 110-120. A half
    hour stee...

  • Posted in thread: Centennial Blonde (Simple 4% All Grain, 5 & 10 Gall) on 08-14-2012 at 02:54 AM
    Tried a centennial hop tea in our blonde ale came out awesome. 1 ounce in a French press with
    unfermented wort then racked the blonde on top.

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