I was looking at the Anvil swirly arm or brewers hardware spin cycle. Does anyone have good experience with either with the narrow pot diameter of the foundry? I'm assuming you need a better pump than the stock foundry one. Thanks.
Comes with pump and recirculation kit
Upgraded basket catches
Works perfect, never had any problems whatsoever.
Only selling because I have the 6.5 and the 18gal Foundry as well and no longer need the 10.5.
Located in central Indiana, prefer local pick up or meeting somewhere.
Since having kids (I now have three littles), my time to brew has become extremely limited. My setup is a two burner/tier rig I cobbled together with a couple pumps for all-grain batches. Brew days, including setup and cleanup take a solid 6 hours or so, which rarely have any more. I'm looking...
Hey everyone so I have an Anvil Foundry currently and have been wanting to upgrade to something bigger. I have been going back and fourth and my question is can I buy a ss brewtech infusion mash tun and run a continuous loop into my Anvil and back in to the mash tun as a form of K-RIMs? Similar...
I have a complete 10.5 Gallon Anvil Foundry. I also have a 110v -> 220v conversion cord for a NEMA 14-30R plug(I did NOT cut the original cord). I used it twice before receiving a larger electric system for Christmas, just had bad timing on purchasing this one.
Comes with the 110->220 cord, and...
I'm too smoothbrained for this stuff guys. I'm hoping one of you can help shed some light on this for me. I'm trying to venture outside Brewing Classic Styles here but can't figure out scaling recipes.
I found this Pseudo Sue clone a guy posted on his blog and had also created/shared in the...
I am looking to sell my Anvil 10.5. Bought back in August. Probably have 8-10 beers brewed on it. Really like the product just short on time with 2 kids and my job. All parts come with it. Small batch adapter also with it. Asking $400 for everything. I’m in the DFW, Texas area. Happy brewing!
Hello fellow home brewers.
I Developed this recipe looking to create an IPA that would be juicy but not necessarily hazy.
I was hoping that I could get some feed back on any modifications or suggestions you may have.
5.25 gallon batch size
Mash at 150F for 70min...