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Posted in thread: We no need no stinking beer gun... on 08-18-2016 at 01:35 PM
You're not how gases work :DJust FYI commercial breweries have open containers between the fill
and the cap/lid. The stopper is more for the actual filling so it doesn't foam up as much
(keeps CO2 in ...
Posted in thread: Spike Brewing Kettle Giveaway on 07-26-2016 at 05:36 PM
Posted in thread: Canning process on 07-26-2016 at 03:21 PM
How would canning take up less space? I've worked at a brewery that cans and they take up a
heck of a lot of space. If you're concerned about $600 for the canner itself, the cans will be
Posted in thread: Induction questions on 07-18-2016 at 06:52 PM
Plain and simple DON'T use that adapter, it will not work. The wires behind the walls and
circuit breaker will definitely not be big enough for the induction burner you want to use. The
adapter that y...
Posted in thread: 70% off for Inkbird humidity & temperature controller on 07-15-2016 at 03:09 PM
I talk 'n rite real good
Posted in thread: 60A control panel hooking up to 3 prong dryer on 07-14-2016 at 01:29 PM
Spa Panel for sure, they are extremely easy to setup and you can take it with you when/if you
move. Not an electrician, nor do I play one on TV, but you plug in/wire your control panel with
Posted in thread: Electric/induction BIAB on 07-06-2016 at 06:55 PM
I agree with both IC3500 with a New Spike Kettle probably would have kept me in induction
brewing. I did use a couple of wraps of reflectix and only had it set to 2700W out of 3500W to
get a good, rol...
Posted in thread: Advantages of in-Kettle Element over Induction Burner? on 07-05-2016 at 11:20 PM
Correct all triclad are induction ready, you can add SSBrewTech to the list too, thats what I
have. Non triclad can work and the magnet test isn't 100%. I know a couple of guys have a bayou
Posted in thread: Advantages of in-Kettle Element over Induction Burner? on 07-05-2016 at 09:35 PM
Lots to digest here but I'll do my best to get the ball rolling.1. ULWD = Ultra Low Watt
Density, basically the lower watt density the more surface area to disappate the heat and less
chance of scorch...
Posted in thread: Hastings Brew Works Giveaway on 07-02-2016 at 08:14 PM