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Posted in thread: Any negative effects using a smaller boil keggle top openings? on 12-25-2008 at 04:39 PM
I am really new to this, so does this mean that with the kettles with larger openings will
reduce boil off time? im thinking that would be a good thing?? I am the guy with the 18 inch
pot, but like i ...
Posted in thread: Ok My Pot Is Here... on 12-24-2008 at 07:03 PM
I dont know how to link to the site, but this will get you there i think.Go to Ebay.com and
search "48 qt stainless steel stock pot homebrew pot". Sorry it took me so long to get back
with this, ive b...
Posted in thread: Ok My Pot Is Here... on 12-23-2008 at 09:23 PM
I ordered a 12 gal pot for my 5 gal batches. My question is, the pot is about 12 inches deep
and 18 inches wide. This means it'll only be around 6 inches at 5 gallons. Is this so shallow
to cause prob...
Posted in thread: Kick A Banjo Burner? on 12-16-2008 at 12:29 AM
Thanks for all of the input guys. I needed some positive encouragement on my way to first all
grain brewings. Gotta get to work on my mash tun, and lookin around at wort chillers. Just
tried some samu...
Posted in thread: Kick A Banjo Burner? on 12-12-2008 at 02:19 AM
Ok, 48 qt brewpot is on the way. Now in need of a burner. Ive seen the banjo mentioned and it
seems to be a good burner.? Remember now im the guy brewing 5 gal batches, so will this scorch
my wort or ...
Posted in thread: 5 Gallon Batches. on 12-09-2008 at 05:31 PM
My 5 gallon cooler is the vertical type that stands upright and a bottom valve lets you get a
Posted in thread: 5 Gallon Batches. on 12-09-2008 at 04:59 PM
Thanks kilted brewer, im surely gonna stay 5 gallons. i guess the 48qt pot wouldnt be to big in
that case. i think its a pretty good deal. Would most little simple walmart burners do ok, or
will i nee...
Posted in thread: 5 Gallon Batches. on 12-09-2008 at 04:46 PM
Im looking to start all grain brewing but only 5 gal batches. Could i get some info on the
equipment i will need. What size brewpot will i need,30, 32 qt? i have found a heavy 48 qt for
85 dollars 18 ...
Posted in thread: from the south, everything in a skillet.lol.. on 12-09-2008 at 03:51 AM
Looking at going to allgrain. I'm looking at a 30qt stainless steel pot, i only make 5 gal
batches. It's really thin ,but i'm on a budget and its around $50.00. Ive heard alot about
scorching the wort...
Posted in thread: The names! The NAMES! I'm so confused... on 10-23-2008 at 01:27 PM
Most of the time these names come from the area the grape is from, the type of grape being used
such as pinot, and the color of the wine your making. I'm sure there is something out there to