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    electric brewing question

    I brew all electric. I have two 220V running off the distro block. Both of those are wired to female receptables mounted near/under the appropriate kettle. Each one is controlled by a PID/Thermo/SSR relay. And I use them both at the same time with no problem. First time I tried it I was...
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    Garage Needs a brew rig...

    The garage has many uses.. It has hosted Four beer competitions And countless poker tournaments
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    Garage Needs a brew rig...

    Did someone ask for a parts list? You all asked, now you get the full production list for the all Electric Brew Kettle.. PARTS LIST 3 weldless ball valves (greatbargainfittings.com) 2 bulkheads for recirculating (bargainfittings.com) ALL OF THE FOLLOWING FROM MCASTER CARR 3...
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    Garage Needs a brew rig...

    It is a fun system to play with. Gives great flexibility in any weather to keep exactly the temps we need for mashing. The electric is far superior to gas in many ways (noise, cost, effeciency, safety) too!
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    Garage Needs a brew rig...

    The thread lives!! I have served my ban, and can post and browse again onw
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    Wifey needs recipe to win competition...

    Thanks! I like the looks of that one. Look forward to hearing other peoples votes.
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    Wifey needs recipe to win competition...

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    Wifey needs recipe to win competition...

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    Wifey needs recipe to win competition...

    BUMP - What you got?
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    Garage Needs a brew rig...

    Construction is well under way. Plan9 and I had a big day yesterday. We installed the bulkheads and pick up tubes, we got two of the elements in. Hooked up the pump. We temporarily set up the PID/SSR/Element combo. It was working pretty well. Took about an hour to get the water from 72 to...
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    $3.81 for 60ft copper

    Guys... Come on now... You can't buy it at scrap for that.. Pass.. Buy from a reputable source.
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    Wifey needs recipe to win competition...

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    LHBS bad attitude!

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    Price per pound of salvage copper?

    I work in construction so I am used to having my jobs ripped off of copper wires and AC work. I am just looking to see what others are paying at the scrap yard. It is a great place to pick up tubing elbow, couplings, ext.
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    Price per pound of salvage copper?

    What are you scrap yard chargin for "scrap" copper? Mine here is charging $3.95. They have 50' MINT coils all the time. I just picked up some 1" pipe for my RIMS and various elbows and reducers.. Beats the hell out of HD or Lowes!
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    Simple LED timer

    Panel mounted. Part of the control box for my new all electric system
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    Simple LED timer

    LCD is fine.. What the hell was I thinking? maybe that is why I can't find a cheap one.. So, anyone have a linky for LCD timer?
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    Simple LED timer

    Looking for a cheap panel mounted LED timer. Anyone got a good source for them. I have seen some on Ebay, but they are equipped to link to SSRs and all kinds of extra junk. I need just a simple count down timer. Anyone?
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