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  • Posted in thread: american stainless conicals from PA on 09-02-2015 at 04:38 PM
    Go to the ebay listing and click on the picture of the guy holding the conical. Blow it up, the
    poster behind him on the wall is Toledo Metal Spinning. It also looks like it could be the same
    gentleme...

  • Posted in thread: Why bother with carboys and blow-off tubes? on 08-29-2014 at 02:01 AM
    I had 6 glass carboys, and I always handled them carefully. I had several in my garage and one
    broke somehow. No beer was involved. I think my son hit it with the push mower. What surprised
    me was how...

  • Posted in thread: Ithaca Flower Power Clone on 07-04-2014 at 03:40 AM
    I just flush with water and swirl around. It does take awhile to get them out. The hops were in
    for 7-8 days, then cold crashed two days. After the cold crash most fell to the bottom. A lot
    of the hop...

  • Posted in thread: 2 kegs different carb results on 07-03-2014 at 02:48 AM
    The fridge is at around 39 degrees, I think I will leave them at 12 psi. I just thought it was
    strange to see basically the same beer at identical pressure carb so differently.

  • Posted in thread: Ithaca Flower Power Clone on 07-03-2014 at 02:41 AM
    I have brewed this many times. I did back to back batches with my twin bro. I used 15 lbs of 2
    row , half pound of honey malt and 4 ounces of c20L. The first batch had an OG of 1.069 and the
    second 1....

  • Posted in thread: 2 kegs different carb results on 07-03-2014 at 01:22 AM
    Both kegs have the same volume of beer. Both were carbed off of the same tank with a T fitting.
    30 psi for one day, then both were at 12 for 4.5 days now. They both are the same recipe, but
    brewed bac...

  • Posted in thread: DIY element guard on the cheap on 05-23-2014 at 01:43 AM
    One thing to consider, a 2" triclover cap is pretty thick. Once you put a gasket on the element
    there may not be much room for a nut. Better to get a cap with threads cut into it.

  • Posted in thread: Minimum space required on 04-08-2014 at 02:20 AM
    The electrical panel looks pretty packed. From the photo, it looks like there are 7 240 volt
    breakers already in the panel, which I can't imagine what they all are for. The top two on the
    right, and t...

  • Posted in thread: Heating Element and Wort on 04-07-2014 at 01:07 AM
    Using you theory, wouldn't the first few millimeters of a direct fired kettle also be above 212
    degrees? You should clean an element after every brew, usually quite easy just using a green
    scotchbrite...

  • Posted in thread: What gauge electrical cord for element on 04-07-2014 at 12:42 AM
    10 guage is correct, can handle 30 amps. watts/volts =amps. 5500/240=22.92 amps. However, I
    think you want the SSR controlled pid #SYL 2352. You can run a single PID with both elements,
    PJ has a diagr...

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