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Old 05-14-2013, 02:24 PM   #11
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Or should I just try to make Jamil's chiller setup and buy a pump? How hard is it to get the copper in Jamil's setup bent to the right angle to get a good whirlpool?
You can buy the whirlpool arm pre-made from several online homebrew stores. A pump and the whirlpool chiller setup were one of the best investments I made in homebrewing. Tough to beat in terms of rapid chilling and hands-off, easy whirlpool generation.


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Old 05-14-2013, 07:39 PM   #12
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This was talked about on BrewTV as well. They mentioned one brewery (the name eludes me) actually only does a 60 minute addition and a whirlpool addition. It gives what is needed and no waste.
A lot of breweries do that. Stone Ruination is just a bittering and then whirlpool. I can't recall, but I believe that Stone IPA is the same way.
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