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  1. Still for sale? Please email drawings or physical...

    Still for sale? Please email drawings or physical dimensions/weight/total volume of tanks to Michael@daredevilbeer,com


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    There are no Shortcuts

    Brewing is hard work. I run the beer program at my brewery. which means I brew, cellar, package, sweep, squeegee, hump kegs, whatever it takes. Brewmaster is a nice sounding title. I've met a few...
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    2x 80bbl JVNW Unitanks

    Probrewer says your PM doesn't receive messages. Interested in both of the 80bbl JVNW tanks. PM me.

    -Michael at Daredevil Brewing Co.
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    Depending on auger length, use 1-2 bags of cheep...

    Depending on auger length, use 1-2 bags of cheep malt. Collect it at the end if the auger and repeat until auger is clean. Sometimes the easy solution actually works. 1 bag will clean 20-30 feet of...
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    We're using a 500 lb Dewer with regulator set at...

    We're using a 500 lb Dewer with regulator set at 40 psi for our CO2 distribution. Purging from bottom valve with CIP arm valve open for 40 mins. Feels like a light "push" out of the CIP arm on our 22...
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    We have a Hach Orbisphere 3100 and have used it...

    We have a Hach Orbisphere 3100 and have used it to validate our processes. There are several threads on PB that mention rules of thumb for purging that are very much true. It's ~20 minutes/10 bbl of...
  7. In addition to brewing, I'm a process engineer...

    In addition to brewing, I'm a process engineer for a large pharmaceutical company. At the pharma plant there's a "perfect" scenario of great stainless, CIP skids and in-line monitoring of discharge...
  8. Thread: Keg Volumes

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    This will vary little between manufacturers. 1/2...

    This will vary little between manufacturers. 1/2 bbls will overfill to ~15.75 gallons, 1/6 bbls will overfill to ~5.25 gallons. It's a good idea to FOB kegs when filling. If a brewery isn't filling...
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    The 3-1 rule is a good start. If most of your...

    The 3-1 rule is a good start. If most of your kegs are staying in-house then I'd ask why not have a cooler with serving tanks? Fewer kegs required and you can keg off a serving tank to make room for...
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