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  • John Ellis
  • I have done extract, partial grain, and am trying all grain with home malted barley today 5/20/2011!!
  • Desert Beer (not Dessert Beer) Working out the details. Mesquite Molasses(Syrup) will factor in as a major roll.
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  • Posted in thread: DIY Bottom Drain Boil Keggle Take 2 (no welding) with 3d printed parts on 09-19-2014 at 09:14 PM
    I would machine it from billet ss.I spoke with a machinist and it would be possible with some
    modification. The tabs on the side are slightly sloped to be able to tighten down the new piece
    into the k...

  • Posted in thread: DIY Bottom Drain Boil Keggle Take 2 (no welding) with 3d printed parts on 09-19-2014 at 06:06 PM
    that is really slick. if you make the peice out of high temp nylon, wouldnt that work? alot
    easier to work with.a totally different idea, maybe take a peice of 1/4-1/2" stainless plate
    and solder/weld...

  • Posted in thread: DIY Bottom Drain Boil Keggle Take 2 (no welding) with 3d printed parts on 09-19-2014 at 05:12 PM
    So some of you may remember my previous attempt at this and I had a fairly anti-climactic
    failure. here ( I am at it again but I am using my 3d printer for prototype design, and I have
    a working part...

  • Posted in thread: Bottom drained Keggle on a small budget, no welding. on 04-01-2012 at 11:47 PM
    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 04-01-2012 at 11:07 PM
    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
    connector.

  • Posted in thread: Bottom drained Keggle on a small budget, no welding. on 04-01-2012 at 10:16 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 03:48 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 03-31-2012 at 11:33 PM
    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 09:50 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
    welding sta...

  • Posted in thread: RIP Cooler E-HLT... HELLOOOOOO Bottom Drain Keg E-HLT.... on 02-23-2012 at 09:47 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...

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