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Posted in thread: PID or RTD Problem on 12-26-2013 at 05:29 PM
I was brewing right before Christmas and I ran into a problem. I use a converted keggle as both
HLT and Brew kettle. I heated my strike water just fine and got my mash going. I then walked
away for th...
Posted in thread: Bernie's Upgradeable Control Panel on 08-01-2012 at 04:35 AM
Over the last couple of months I've been watching this forum closely and picking up little bits
from many of the posts. thank you to everyone who post their builds. Now its my turn to
contribute back ...
Posted in thread: Keezer isn't getting cold enough! on 05-13-2012 at 07:44 PM
Try cleaning off your coils, dirt and dust bunnies collect on them and reduce there ability to
shed the heat. a vacuum should do the trick.
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Any chance I can get this on the order I placed yesterday?
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Posted in thread: Didn't Get That New Kettle for the Holidays? Enter Here... on 01-04-2012 at 08:10 PM
Spike,Have you looked at using a 1" nut instead of the half coupler? I see that it's been done
Posted in thread: Didn't Get That New Kettle for the Holidays? Enter Here... on 12-29-2011 at 08:42 PM
Would you be able to put in a coupler to thread in a water heater element? Say in a 15 gal pot
with 2 couplers. price? local pickup of course (I love Wisconsin)I'm looking at going electric
and I'd lo...
Posted in thread: Possible to wire only one side of a fridge to temp controller? on 12-20-2011 at 08:59 PM
Broadbill is right, almost all side by side fridges have one compressor (one cooling system)
and regulate temp in the fridge by exchanging air with the air in the freezer compartment. Its
tough but te...
Posted in thread: Wheeled base for keezer on 12-14-2011 at 09:06 PM
I used 2x4's lapped on the corners with relatively cheap Harbor Freight "roller blade" style
swivel wheels. It raised up the keezer a bit (~3")
Posted in thread: Basement E-Brewery on 12-02-2011 at 05:56 AM
A sanitary pump would do the trick to get your bits up and out to your septic and should be
able to handle any bits of grain that might sneak down the drain.