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Old 01-03-2013, 04:29 PM   #11
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Thank you for the education it was very helpful. I currently have two Keggles. One has a Weldless ball valve and a Weldless thermometer. The other simply has the valve. I will definitely go with the three ports on my new Keggles. I will check out the links you posted as well. I am looking to improve my current system which for now is completely manual. It is gravity fed which means lifting large amounts of Liquid which isn't much fun. I am hoping to add pumps soon and then a temperature control system. Additionally I am trying to educate myself in RIMS or HERMS systems but I am a little overwhelmed.
I have been brewing for almost 8 years but as you can tell I have recently caught the bug so to speak. I want more control and a more consistent product. Thank you for your advice and time.
Ryan.
You're way ahead of me, Ryan. This is my first keggle, and I'm RIMS/HERMS retarded.
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Old 01-03-2013, 04:39 PM   #12
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You're way ahead of me, Ryan. This is my first keggle, and I'm RIMS/HERMS retarded.
Haha. Probably not ahead just planning I guess. I have been deployed for the last year and am about to be home so I have had lots of time to dream about better systems. My brother has been brewing in my stead and I can't wait to get back to it. You can believe my first beer back will be a home brew!
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