scottfro said:so with the counterflow cooler are you running it straight through the cooler into the carboy or is it getting recirculated somewhere that i'm not seeing? does it get to pitching temperature quickly?
kmlavoy said:Is that just some rebar added to the turkey fryer so the kettle sits higher? I was thinking about doing that myself. Did you weld it on, or just sit it on there.
I have a welding company down the street from my house. I suppose I could have them do it, but I wanted to do it myself if I could.
budbo said:Straight through, I set up the Wort Wizard right after flame out so start within 5 min usually and it gets to about 75 in the carboy. This particular day it was cold and the spray from the cooling water was actually freezing on the outside of the carboy.. I had the flow going faster than normal because I was getting cold, When I took it inside it was 55 degrees had to warm it up to pitch.
The CFC needs a new washer on the water in side which is why it had some spray
scottfro said:i think i need to invest in one of these. so it will cool a 10gal batch in what, about 20-30 mins? how long and what diameter is your copper tube running through the hose?
Exactly :rockin:wizardofza said:I had to do the same thing because my keggle is wider than the burner, which was made for a narrow aluminum turkey frying kettle. I wasn't getting any airflow. Much better with the rebar in there.
Funny how great minds think alike.
i think i need to invest in one of these. so it will cool a 10gal batch in what, about 20-30 mins? how long and what diameter is your copper tube running through the hose?
SuperiorBrew said:and the mini corn dog shortage
rabidgerbil said:I was wondering if we might see a Corn Dog IPA recipe sometime soon...
I know that corn is a standard adjunct, but what about dog???
kmlavoy said:Probably a stupid question, but does the wort wizard have any sort of negative effects with a plate chiller?
bobjenkins79 said:I can't believe you've got a stainless fridge in your garage. That is so badass:rockin: