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Old 01-11-2012, 07:05 PM   #31
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Very nice build. I like the drawer slides on the pumps so they can be pulled out for connections but pushed back out of the way so you aren't tripping over them.

Oh, and I think you need a larger CO2 tank or oxygen tank...
I should be good with Oxygen for a while, my yeast will be happy!
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Old 01-22-2012, 08:32 PM   #32
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new addition to the brewery, Scored a "THERMOLYNE Nuova II Stir Plate" Stirrer for $58 delivered. I spent some time taking it apart disabling the heat function sanding it and painting it to match the Control Panel. Came out pretty cool, check it out.
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Old 01-22-2012, 09:23 PM   #33
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Nice build....

 
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Old 01-27-2012, 07:33 AM   #34
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build looks awesome

 
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Old 01-27-2012, 01:31 PM   #35
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This looks amazing! I'm in the middle of my Kal clone build now. My final parts were back ordered but arrive Monday. I hope to brew next weekend.

Yours is far more impressive! I've gotten some good ideas for refining my build!
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Old 01-27-2012, 07:17 PM   #36
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This looks amazing! I'm in the middle of my Kal clone build now. My final parts were back ordered but arrive Monday. I hope to brew next weekend.

Yours is far more impressive! I've gotten some good ideas for refining my build!
Cool, The idea of posting what everyone does is a great way to inspire others. That's how I figured out what I wanted to build.
I Hope your Brewing goes well, castermmt
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Old 02-26-2012, 01:15 PM   #37
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Very nice build!

How many lbs. does that hopper hold?
Well, I finely had a chance to test the upper limits of the grain mill hopper. I'm brewing a dopplebock this morning and the grain bill is 34 pounds. The first 25 pounds went in with enough room for the entire 34 pounds. The problem is I can only fit a 6-1/2 gallon brew pail under the mill so I'm limited to that volume which looks more like 28 to 30 pounds of milled grain.
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Old 02-26-2012, 03:48 PM   #38
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First, I'd put your brewery in my living room. It looks so nice.

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new addition to the brewery, Scored a "THERMOLYNE Nuova II Stir Plate" Stirrer for $58 delivered. I spent some time taking it apart disabling the heat function sanding it and painting it to match the Control Panel. Came out pretty cool, check it out.
Why did you disconnect the heat function. I have a stir that heats and when its winter in PA and the brew room is chilly I set it on low and it keeps the yeast just perfect. Saves setting the heat up when just preparing to brew. And raising yeast can be/is done at higher temperature than fermentation if your going to decant.
Stilll.... Good Score! and Looks Great.

When the apocalypse comes I think home brewers will rule the world! We are the most resourceful people and make liquid gold.
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Old 02-27-2012, 01:03 AM   #39
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First, I'd put your brewery in my living room. It looks so nice.



Why did you disconnect the heat function. I have a stir that heats and when its winter in PA and the brew room is chilly I set it on low and it keeps the yeast just perfect. Saves setting the heat up when just preparing to brew. And raising yeast can be/is done at higher temperature than fermentation if your going to decant.
Stilll.... Good Score! and Looks Great.

When the apocalypse comes I think home brewers will rule the world! We are the most resourceful people and make liquid gold.
Thanks for the compliment.
I can put my stir plates in my fermentation chamber if I'm not doing lagers, but the basement is always mid 60's all year long. Like the infomercial says, I can just set it and forget it.
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Old 02-29-2012, 02:45 AM   #40
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I updated the post at the theElectricbrewery.com so I need to update here as well. Found another THERMOLYNE Nuova II Stir Plate Stirrer for $55 delivered. it was in worst shape then the first one so I had to take to work and have it sand blasted. Came out great. It didn't have a heating functions so only one control knob. I really like the power of the magnets on these things, all I need to do to align them is put the flask on the 7' x 7" plate and the magnets draws the stir bar to the center., very cool. It looks like a "mini me" stir plate, but they are the same size.
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