Last Activity:03-09-2014 2:59 PM
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Posted in thread: Arduino and Homebrewing on 03-02-2014 at 04:16 PM
Temp sensors... Can anyone guide me to a temp sensor that works well that does not require a
cold junction compensate or an amplifier? Currently I am looking at the LM35 for temp sensing.
BUT... I hav...
Posted in thread: About to start my backyard brewery, need help on 03-01-2014 at 01:03 PM
For the floor, what about some commercial vinyl tile squares?Home Depot sells it for about
$0.80 / sq. ft and it comes in about a hundred colors. Check out the Armstrong stuff.
Posted in thread: The Whole Enchilada - Am I Crazy? on 02-27-2014 at 01:21 AM
Does it make sense to look at extract over all grain?I imagine DME isn't cheap to ship either
based on the weight but it seems like you could make some pretty solid beers with less work.I
think many o...
Posted in thread: Force Transducers to measure Volume on 02-27-2014 at 01:13 AM
What about a cheap float valve? Anyone found one that can be read as a single 0 vs 12V
(on/off)? I'm thinking of installing something simple on my rig to protect my BK elements from
level drop when I'...
Posted in thread: Force Transducers to measure Volume on 02-26-2014 at 05:32 PM
I get a bit closer with a wet sensor.Kladue- My apologies if I asked for this before but what
sensor are you using?
Posted in thread: Now this is the way to polish a keggle on 02-25-2014 at 06:17 PM
Aesthetics because it looks nicer, easier to keep clean as well. I personally like the polished
look of it. It does not make it any more functional though. It is also a good way to clean up
an old keg...
Posted in thread: Now this is the way to polish a keggle on 02-24-2014 at 12:07 AM
This forum never ceases to amaze me...In version 2.0, maybe you drive a wheel inside the lower
lip instead of a belt around the whole keg.Nice work, how about a pic of the finished product?
Posted in thread: Arduino and Homebrewing on 02-24-2014 at 12:02 AM
There are quite a few Arduino based systems out there that do some of these things, you should
be able to review the code from those projects. The Brewtroller and BrewPi come to mind as
Posted in thread: Scrub-Master 3000 Keg Washer Line Cleaner on 02-23-2014 at 09:56 PM
Looks good.Bonus would be if for storage it all fit in the tub with a lid on it.I imagine you'd
have to make the wire rack into two pieces to get that to fit.
Posted in thread: SS autosiphon... any interest?? on 02-22-2014 at 06:59 PM
I'd like to know the maximum cost people would be willing to pay for one of these? I've broke
so many of these it's not even funny so I know there must a few of us out there that are
willing to pay th...