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Old 02-02-2013, 09:03 PM   #301
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We kant affod' no stinking wort chillers in the ghe-tto! Holla! This is how we do.


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Old 02-03-2013, 01:42 AM   #302
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We kant affod' no stinking wort chillers in the ghe-tto! Holla! This is how we do.
Snow is an insulator, you're better off just leaving the kettle exposed to the air.


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Old 02-03-2013, 01:28 PM   #303
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LOL. I really only took the picture for effect. I actually used an ice bath with some snow in it
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As newlyweds,we lived in a duplex on an alley between main roads. We had to get all the guys together to shovel it out. We'd have some canned beers in a snow bank that froze in 5 minutes.
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Snow is an insulator, you're better off just leaving the kettle exposed to the air.
works well for me when there is snow to use.
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Old 02-04-2013, 06:55 PM   #306
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I did this one last night. It was my first All Grain. Yay me!!!
I just bought my SWMBO a really nice dryer and I haven't got rid of the old one just yet. So I thought to myself, "a 10 gallon cooler shouldn't be to heavy, I pick up my 5 gallon buckets all the time" yeah that sucked. The cooler is just awkward and the dryer is pretty tall, but I got it up there. I didn't have anything else that was high enough but looking back through this thread I just realized I had a few unused cinder blocks in the back yard Looks like I will be building a proper brew stand when I get paid lol
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Old 02-09-2013, 11:01 PM   #307
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+1 The first (and only time) I put my kettle in the snow, I couldn't figure out why it took SO long to chill..........never again!
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here's my ghetto setup. Just got the 2 industrial 10gal igloo cooler brand new for free.
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And yes, I did climb up the ladder to double check my hot liquor temps. I've got an ebay pump on the way to deliver me from ghetto brewing. also notice the bulkhead/valve stolen from an old bottling bucket on my hlt.



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