Originally Posted by TimpanogosSlim
I guess i should take a picture - I've got the elbow + bit of hose pointing straight down
I'll see if it loses suction during my brew day today. even if it doesn't work out right, it'll be less pouring than I'm used to.
How is this working. I bought an 90 deg elbow without the street, and I am starting to worry that i will have the valve up to high. I want to give myself enough room for protecting the valve against heat and also that I can possible get fit in a pickup tube later on.
I was curious to how the silicone tubing is working with it being so close to the bottom and the diect heat. I am slightly worried the burner would affect the tubing because its so close to the bottom of the kettle.
Amazon has some 1/2" NPT pipe threads for cheap that I might use as well. Just not sure what direction to take and I am dying to put my valves in.