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Posted in thread: Bottom drained Keggle on a small budget, no welding. on 04-02-2012 at 12:47 AM
Well JB Weld Is an epic FAIL. When tightening everything down I heard a crack... this was the
result55177:-(JuanMoore's plan might be a better way to go...And before this I was getting
pretty excited ...
Posted in thread: Bottom drained Keggle on a small budget, no welding. on 04-02-2012 at 12:07 AM
What another this? Another part of the union used to shield the jb weld part? 55159The parts
laid out55160The shield attached to the connector55161The sanke connector attached to the
Posted in thread: Bottom drained Keggle on a small budget, no welding. on 04-01-2012 at 11:16 PM
@Juan MooreI like your connection style there:rockin:. My Sanke conection is a little
different, is is beveled on the inside and flat on the outside. so a washer like that might be
difficult to implem...
Posted in thread: Bottom drained Keggle on a small budget, no welding. on 04-01-2012 at 04:48 AM
Electric is a good possibility, im looking into it. Might be too expensive but the company next
to the one I work for just went out and threw away a bunch of brand new electrical boxes,
unions, wire a...
Posted in thread: Bottom drained Keggle on a small budget, no welding. on 04-01-2012 at 12:33 AM
Still deciding. I need to experiment with the jb weld to see if it will hold up to the heat of
my burner. It says it can hold up to 600 f along with my silicon gaskets up to 550f. I may need
a 5" diam...
Posted in thread: Bottom drained Keggle on a small budget, no welding. on 03-31-2012 at 10:50 PM
So after making a batch and siphoning out 10 gallons of wort a couple times I decided to embark
on a quest to make a bottom drained keggle. Considering I dont a lot of money to put towards
Posted in thread: RIP Cooler E-HLT... HELLOOOOOO Bottom Drain Keg E-HLT.... on 02-23-2012 at 10:47 PM
So I thought this is a great use for the Miller threaded style keg. ( not sure if this would
be easier or harder than the triclover but the connection would be secure on there.Any thoughts
on this? I...
Posted in thread: How do you get foam in a root beer? on 01-20-2012 at 07:02 AM
So I know that this might sound a bit back alley, but what about non toxic liquid soap? 1/2
drop per liter and I can't taste it in root beer, but the foam stays. Ultimately you need a
surfactant like ...
Posted in thread: ball mill? on 10-27-2011 at 10:02 PM
Has anyone ever tried a ball mill?? It is very easy to make and if used properly seems it could
crush grain with no real problem except making a bit of flour :-/. Any thoughts?
Posted in thread: Mesquite Molasses Beer on 06-30-2011 at 05:48 PM
I'll have to take that into consideration.I was also thinking of only punting in 2-4 pears.
Instead of a full half pound.I have never made a saison only studied how so don't take my word.