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Old 11-29-2011, 12:24 PM   #511
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The B3 pressure comment was more of a joke than anything, but they did say they were going to buy one. And I do understand that materials cost money and that cost will fluctuate. With that large of a price increase you just took yourselves out of the pocket of the average home brewer which I think that most of us on this board fall into. I know that at the new price that I will not be buying another one like I had been saving to do.
well if you're saving for one, just save a little longer.
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Old 11-29-2011, 02:19 PM   #512
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The B3 pressure comment was more of a joke than anything, but they did say they were going to buy one. And I do understand that materials cost money and that cost will fluctuate. With that large of a price increase you just took yourselves out of the pocket of the average home brewer which I think that most of us on this board fall into. I know that at the new price that I will not be buying another one like I had been saving to do.
Well, I am sorry to hear that you don't think you'll be buying another one at the new price point...please note, though, that we are offering a 10% off deal through the BYO ad. Just saying...

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Old 11-30-2011, 04:30 AM   #513
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Anyone have suggestions for the bare minimum of trial clover fittings I should order?

I plan on getting more later but want to get fermenting as soon as I get my brewhemoth.
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Anyone have suggestions for the bare minimum of trial clover fittings I should order?

I plan on getting more later but want to get fermenting as soon as I get my brewhemoth.
a 1.5 dia valve for the bottom dump. and a 1.00 flat cap to cover the racking port, two gaskets and two clamps and an airlock and bung for the top 1.00 port.

That is the bare minimum that can be used. Well you could cap the 1.5 port and use a racking cane but then why have one.

Now if you want to use the racking port you will need to replace that flat cap with a 1.00 valve and add a 1.00TC to like 3/8 hose barb fitting, one more clamp and one more gasket.
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a 1.5 dia valve for the bottom dump. and a 1.00 flat cap to cover the racking port, two gaskets and two clamps and an airlock and bung for the top 1.00 port.

That is the bare minimum that can be used. Well you could cap the 1.5 port and use a racking cane but then why have one.

Now if you want to use the racking port you will need to replace that flat cap with a 1.00 valve and add a 1.00TC to like 3/8 hose barb fitting, one more clamp and one more gasket.
What size bung (stopper)?
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Old 12-01-2011, 03:55 AM   #516
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What size bung (stopper)?
I don't know, I don't use them. What ever would fit a .87 dia hole.
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Old 12-01-2011, 02:07 PM   #517
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If I remember correctly, it uses a #3 stopper...but I could be wrong!

 
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Old 12-01-2011, 03:13 PM   #518
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i posed this question to Josh but wanted to ask for the masses also .

Does anyone bulk carbonate in the Brehemoth (or other) and if so, how does the process of transferring already carbonated beer to individual kegs work (or not work...). Doesn't it get all foamy?

Is the solution simply to carbonate individually. Obviously bulk carbonating is more convenient in theory. But if it causes many problems during the transfer of the beer then maybe not so much.

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Old 12-01-2011, 03:36 PM   #519
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i posed this question to Josh but wanted to ask for the masses also .

Does anyone bulk carbonate in the Brehemoth (or other) and if so, how does the process of transferring already carbonated beer to individual kegs work (or not work...). Doesn't it get all foamy?

Is the solution simply to carbonate individually. Obviously bulk carbonating is more convenient in theory. But if it causes many problems during the transfer of the beer then maybe not so much.

Thanks...
On the small scale you're doing it's not worth the pain (IMHO). But it works you just have to transfer under pressure. It does not take much. If the BH is sitting at 15psi then you set the keg at 14psi it will flow.
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Old 12-01-2011, 03:38 PM   #520
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I did my first yeast dump last night. 4 days after pitch and I dumped about 3/4 of a gallon of yeast and trub before beer came out. (filled a half gallon jar 1.5 times) Man that was a lot of yeast.
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