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Old 01-10-2012, 07:37 PM   #11
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Do you have a thread that shows the specifics for your build?
Those pictures are about it. I can answer any questions you have.


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Old 01-10-2012, 07:38 PM   #12
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High Density elements scorching wort has been pretty much debunked as a myth. It simply does not seem to happen in the BK.

Now, high density elements will scorch the mash. Grain even sticks to the elements and burns, I have had that happen.
Awesome! Thanks for the help. Time to go shopping and building.

I'll try to provide updates.


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Old 01-10-2012, 07:39 PM   #13
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I use 2x 2000 w elements from HD. I think they were $11. Only scorched once when I didn't turn off heaters and added DME. Even so it didn't effect taste. The think the scorching scare was started by people not trying actually use electric heating.
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I use 2x 2000 w elements from HD. I think they were $11. Only scorched once when I didn't turn off heaters and added DME. Even so it didn't effect taste. The think the scorching scare was started by people not trying actually use electric heating.
Yeah, just like using gas, you want to turn off the heat when you add extract.

I had a time getting some LME off the tip of an element once.

What I think happened with the "scorching scare" was people saying not to use HD elements in the mash, and somebody took that to mean in the boil.
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