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Posted in thread: Weak stove boil/all grain question on 12-30-2016 at 05:19 PM
Boiled inside on a gas stove for a long time until i ruined the stove. I now strictly brew
outside year round. Is your kitchen stove natural gas or electric?
Posted in thread: What's a good brand of kegerator? on 12-18-2016 at 06:04 PM
You can build an apt. Sized kegerator that will hold two corny kegs and a five lb tank. I used
a small Sanyo fridge when I built mine years ago and it's still in use.
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Posted in thread: Drip tray mounting on 08-08-2016 at 02:46 PM
Your flat rod idea would work. Just get some flat stock aluminum from HD and bend it in a vice.
Two pieces should be enough.
Posted in thread: Outdoor Brewers - what do you do in the winter? on 07-27-2016 at 07:10 PM
I brew year round and it gets pretty cold here in Ma. Sounds like your looking to keep warm
while brewing as opposed to winter brewing tips. I just don't spend the entire time outside.
Posted in thread: Help cooling my custom kegerator tower on 03-29-2016 at 10:16 PM
Im do not use fans in any of the keezers I have built. I rely on passive cooling to keep the
liquid lines cool. But in your case I do recommend fans because of the size of your collar.
Even though the...
Posted in thread: New Kegerator Connection on 02-12-2016 at 06:24 PM
DJOCONNELL: Why not five feet? Simple it pours better. I have tried different lengths of
tubing, different diameters, restricters and dip tube inserts. Basically 10' of 3/16" tubing is
the simplest wa...
Posted in thread: New Kegerator Connection on 02-12-2016 at 04:43 AM
The first pic is the hose barb that connects to a sanke coupler. You can cut that off and
connect it to the ball lock fitting with a clamp. However I would replace liquid line with 10'
of 3/16" ID tub...
Posted in thread: Keezer insulation on 01-26-2016 at 09:25 PM
I have never used fans so I can't say for sure but others have used them with good results. The
copper goes all the way up to the nipple at the shank. The cold air is not circulated up into