I thought really hard for about 5 minutes on ways to do this without 2 spigots. I thought about milling holes / channels in delrin, encasing a plastic 'Y' connector in a polyurethane block, and some other dumbnesses that aren't coming to me now.HAHAHAHA score! That's simply awesome... I was expecting a y-joint or something but double-spigot is far more sweet.
Hmmm... really? I'll have to check that out... how can you tell?I believe the right side one is a wine spigot which has a smaller diameter inside........ Did you ever try the Berliner Wiesse with lime zest?
I found the spigot on the Williams Brewing site. I think it is the very cool invert tube backnut I have on the back that is affecting flow. Maybe. I can do a pretty easy test by just replacing this dip tube with a nut.I believe the right side one is a wine spigot which has a smaller diameter inside......
My bad thought that one was like the one I had bought recently it has a barb fitting on the end for easy hose connection.
I saw a guy catch one of those on a hook once. Funny as hell. Seattle.I'm imagining having to build a sturdy stool-like stand for it so the spigots can hang freely all around. I'd probably call it the Sun Starfish
Also, I would require no less than 4 bottling minions to do my bidding.
I was kayaking around Seattle and came upon this guy catching that starfish. I'm the dufus you hear in the video asking if he knew how to skin one of those. Clown pockets.What is this, are we supposed to being ending our posts with random stream of conciousness words or something? Slug spit.
I like to sit all my bottles in a big aluminum tray and then move the hose/wand to each bottle. When packed full the tray keeps the bottles steady (one hand on wand, other free) and helps with clean-up. But many people like the stationary wand.I haven't bottled in a while but might have to try this next time I do. I also like how you've mounted the bottling wand. I had been using a long piece of hose in between which meant one hand always had to be holding that. very nice
I think you want and e.g., not an i.e. /grammar reichI do keg now, but some beers still need to be bottled. I.e., this wkend I'll finally bottle a flanders red (sour!). Not kegging that. Making a belgian dark strong, not kegging that either. Electric banana.