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Used this flawlessly with my 15 gallon BIAB setup. Moving in a different direction. Pump and tubing not included. Will ship at buyers cost
110v 1500 watt SS Heating Element
30A 110v PID Control Panel
Alarm & Emergency Stop
30amp 240volt brew panel for sale. This can boil up to 25 gallons at a time. It has an ez-boil pid for quick and easy boiling and can enter mash mode as well.It has a 3 step boil timer. Just the panel is for sale, i can thrown in the power cable and the electrical socket that i used. serious...
I am looking to downsize my brewing due to time restraints. I am looking to sell everything together, but will split up if I sell the Panel first. The panel is a 30amp BCS EHERMS. The custom panel has had hundreds of gallons brewed on it with no problems. Panel comes with 4 temp sensors and...
I'm upgrading to electric and 20 gal kettles. So my trusty direct fire recirc Brutus 10 is now for sale.
Has a full panel for everything you need for recirc and to keep temperatures on ALL 3 burners. Stand is 2" steel with a powdercoat very heavy duty(has easily 150+ brews on...
I found posts like these super helpful when i was planning this thing, so thought I'd share.
Was doing a sloppy kettle/cooler mash tun/immersion chiller setup for the past several years and wanted to upgrade to something leaner, faster, easier to wash and store, and more reproducible without...
The last few months I was working on an eBook on how to build an electric brewery. I finally finished it and the PDF is available here.
More information can be found on my blog.
It covers the complete control panel build, kettle weldless connections, complete part list so you...
I'm working on getting some boards/switches mounted in my control panel and have drilled some holes for sensor connections but they came out lousy (very frayed on the inside). I have a spade bits for the larger holes.
So, what is the best way to drill a clean hole through fiberglass?