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adamtbest

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I've switched over to induction brewing. If you want to check out my site for more details:

www.brewout.com

I do no wiring, I have 3 induction cookers and 2 chugger pumps. I created a solution for those of us not familiar with how to wire an electrical panel.
 

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Cool setup, would like to see more pics of the full setup (seem to just see close-ups). Also, maybe you could post the pics and explanations here in one concise thread? Your build info is all over the place on the website.

Do you have a thermometer on the pump inlet of the mash tun, how much temp fluctuation do you see during the mash?
 
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Thanks!
I'll post on homebrew talk when I get time.
I would like to make a brew day video to show how my home brewery works.
I do not have a thermometer on my pumps. I have a cooking type of thermometer in the mash tun. That would be helpful with sparging.
 
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