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    ABOUT ME

  • Brew all grain - 10 gallon batches on hybrid DIY .. mostly gravity fed system. Utilize one March pump for HLT. Converted beer industry SS kegs for HLT, MT and Brew kettle all fitted with false bottoms. Also have 10 gallon water cooler for Option B - MT .. and 5 gallon water cooler for pre-chiller when ground water temp gets too high in the summer here in South Carolina to chill to proper pitch level temperatures. Use immersion chiller and pre-chill DIY fabricated copper coils. Keg with Firestone and Corny kegs. In rotation are nine - 5 gallon, one - 10 gallon and one - 2.5 gallon keg. Fermenter - 12.5 gallon stainless conical. Heat HLT with propane, heat Brew Kettle with natural gas. Beer Refrigerator with 3 faucets and 3 line gas manifold. Have 4 CO2 cylinders; one 50#, two 20# and one 5#. One of the 20# cylinders is Nitrogen mix.
  • Homebrewing,gardening,cooking.
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  • Charlotte, NC
  • South Carolina

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  • Posted in thread: water from a irrigation meter .. with galvanized pipe used on 06-05-2014 at 12:39 AM
    Wow ... M1k3 ... recycled water! I'm in South Carolina. My irrigation metered water rate is
    about half the price of my house water .. going through the sewer system. I mentioned that it
    was pure .. wh...

  • Posted in thread: water from a irrigation meter .. with galvanized pipe used on 06-04-2014 at 08:05 PM
    The water is pure .. the irrigation meter is right at the street next to my house meter .. and
    it's the same water that comes into my house. I don't have any irrigation installed .. just 6
    spigots at ...

  • Posted in thread: water from a irrigation meter .. with galvanized pipe used on 06-04-2014 at 02:03 AM
    I have a question about using water from a residential irrigation meter for brewing. I wasn't
    brewing at the time this system was installed and wasn't even thinking of brewing. I do know
    that at the i...

  • Posted in thread: need info on medical O2 regulators on 04-13-2014 at 03:32 AM
    Thanks everyone ... that's good information to know ..

  • Posted in thread: need info on medical O2 regulators on 04-11-2014 at 03:23 PM
    Thanks for the info. .. on orangehero's posting .. "Try to get a 0-4 LPM one."I noticed on the
    Williams Brewing regulator it mentioned going from 1/32 to 4 LPM .. Do some go to zero?

  • Posted in thread: need info on medical O2 regulators on 04-11-2014 at 12:58 AM
    I just received a 60CF steel nitrogen cylinder from Scott. It is as tall as my 20# CO2
    cylinder. I will swap it out at the local Airgas place for an O2 cylinder. I will just be
    paying for the fill pri...

  • Posted in thread: Greetings from Upstate South Carolina on 02-23-2014 at 06:00 PM
    .. prandlesc ... I meant to direct The Beacon info to you .. about the guy passing away.

  • Posted in thread: Greetings from Upstate South Carolina on 02-23-2014 at 05:46 PM
    BrewdogSC ..Did you know the guy at the Beacon .. who called out the orders passed away. He had
    a fall or some sort of accident and died of complications. I have never eaten there .. but the
    place is ...

  • Posted in thread: What do I need to upgrade to all grain? on 02-13-2014 at 09:25 PM
    I think if I was starting from scratch ... and was looking for maybe ball valves and a 10
    gallon SS kettle .. I would at least step up a notch and purchase 3 pieces SS ball valves. I
    know they say you...

  • Posted in thread: ghetto brew setups?... on 02-13-2014 at 04:38 AM
    I think that the term "ghetto rigs" .. can also refer to "redneck .. or hillbilly rigs .. too".
    Part of the appeal of homebrewing is adapting "what you have .. to get the job done". I present
    the Aldi...

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