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    Yet Another 240 Anvil Question

    My wife's kiln has an outlet I want to use for 240v. She's got some kind adapter so I've got two plug options: match the adapter or the wall plug. Wall plug is marked NEMA 14-50R and 50A-125/250v. I can't quite read the marking on the adapter. I'm including pictures of both, the 4 prong outlet...
  2. V

    California Anvil Kettle & SS Brew Bucket —- LA

    I bought both items new within the last 6 months, but recently made decision to quit drinking. Both items are unused. I am in Los Angeles and prefer pick up at this point. Thanks- For Sale: Anvil 5.5 Gal Kettle = $90 SS Brew Bucket 3.5 Gal = $100 For those looking to do small...
  3. B

    To those who have added an all-in-one as a *second* brew system...

    I'm an outdoor propane brewer, but I'm thinking of adding an all-in-one system (most likely the Anvil Foundry) to allow me to brew when the weather is bad / too cold / too hot, as well as maybe sneak in some weeknight batches. How do you guys like having one of these as a second / backup...
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    Getting 220V to Anvil Foundry

    Question on the Foundary and 220V. I just ordered the Foundry 10.5 system with pump kit. According to my HBS it is on backorder unitl mid-July pending pump availability. Whilst I wait for my system, I'm ponding getting 220V to it. I've read a number of posts on 220V and GFCI which leads me to...
  5. Birdgunner

    Thank you Anvil for making me even lazier

    Or is it more efficient? lol I stopped chilling wort and been doing the no chill with great success for the last 7 years or so but now with the recent addition of some Anvil fermenters it allows me (safely) to dump the wort right into the fermenter, wait 24 hrs to pitch the yeast...more like...
  6. javert

    Anvil kettles upward inlet?

    Hi. Minor question: I've ordered three 20 gal anvil kettles to up the batch size since the brand gave me some confidence. However, I didn't notice but these kettles only have a bottom hole and ball valve for emptying them but doesn't have any hole and valve up near the top for filling them...
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