- Oct 24, 2019
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Hello fellow Brewers. I have decided to build my own electric brewhouse. I am already well versed in all grain brewing and have alot of batches under my belt. Currently brewing on the grain father and I'm very happy with it but I'm on my second unit and I know eventually the element is going to give out like the last one did. Already repaired the controller twice and I have had enough. My current plan is to convert my grainfather (when the element craps out) or one of my 10 gallon kettles to a herms hlt by Installing a herms coil and heating element. Then I plan to buy the ss brewtech mash kettle and use that as my mashing vessel temp controlled with the herms kettle. After that I plan on installing a heating element into my 15 gallon keg and controlling all of it with the ss brewtech econtroller v1. All in it should be less than 2k plus 240v power installation because I already have alot of the stuff other than the controller, mash vessel, and heating elements. Why wouldn't this work?