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Old 04-18-2013, 08:54 PM   #901
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The dry hopper you ordered will work perfectly I'm sure. Just a good spray with the water hose sprayer and it was clean. This things have so many uses. I have a nice collection now! wouldn't get rid of any at this point.



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Old 04-18-2013, 08:57 PM   #902
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So I'm considering either an 8 or 6 inch diameter model for my boilermaker. How many oz of leaf hops can be crammed into something like that? I usually use 6 to 8 oz in an ipa.


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So I'm considering either an 8 or 6 inch diameter model for my boilermaker. How many oz of leaf hops can be crammed into something like that? I usually use 6 to 8 oz in an ipa.
How deep?
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Old 04-19-2013, 12:17 PM   #904
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Probably 16 inches or so.
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Probably 16 inches or so.
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Old 04-19-2013, 01:25 PM   #906
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Probably 16 inches or so.
6 inches should be sufficient. :-)
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My brew-buddy and I just received two of carboy style dry-hoppers and two of key style dry-hoppers. They arrived in tip top shape.
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Keg dry hopper looks great.
Can you please take a picture of cap.
Is it screwed on the mash frame?
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Keg dry hopper looks great.
Can you please take a picture of cap.
Is it screwed on the mash frame?
Here are some pictures of the keg dry-hopper. Yes, the top is screwed to a matching band which has been welded to mesh frame.
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Thanks!
This surely looks great.


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