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  1. Thread: MicroCanner FLEX

    by wlw33
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    The Watchdog is a very useful tool. I run a tiny...

    The Watchdog is a very useful tool. I run a tiny operation with a manual canner off kegs, but I was at a much bigger operation just this week and they absolutely swear by it.

    Sent from my Pixel...
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    We ran a Groupon special for....way too long....

    We ran a Groupon special for....way too long.
    Everyone's responses here reflect how we felt about it at the end.
    Our campaign ended over 2 years ago and every once in a while we STILL get people...
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    Yes, I'm in the US so they are mostly 15.5gal (a...

    Yes, I'm in the US so they are mostly 15.5gal (a little under 59L) but I do have a couple 50L kegs and a few 5 gallon kegs. I use the ball lock conversion kit on my sanke coupler with the one way...
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    I'm glad I found this thread. I picked one up...

    I'm glad I found this thread. I picked one up after reading through this and some reviews of the unit. I'm operating a Nano and the Quick Carb has been a Godsend. I wish I had known about this thing...
  5. I listened to the MBAA (I believe) podcast...

    I listened to the MBAA (I believe) podcast regarding this yeast. Having heard that and read the technical data sheet I still have one question:
    How does this work in a brewery producing clean beers?...
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    Thanks for the reply. The search function for...

    Thanks for the reply. The search function for these forums doesn't seem to be very useful. I also posted on Reddit and found mostly positive feedback on this specific machine, but I did see the...
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    Morebeer can filler

    Hey everyone, our nano is looking to upgrade our non counter pressure filler to this:
    https://www.morebeer.com/products/xpressfill-xf4500c-2-spout-carbonated-beverage-filler.html

    Wondering if...
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    I have used spruce and concolor fir tips for the...

    I have used spruce and concolor fir tips for the past several years. I love em!
    I usually do a kettle sour with the two and plan to brew that soon.
    We do a rotating hop New England pale ale series....
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    that's a great guess. i have a 100gal mash tun...

    that's a great guess. i have a 100gal mash tun and i think the most that i've done was 215 and had a tiny amount of room to spare, maybe not 250 but pretty close.
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    Don't be sorry, this is the best thread I've seen...

    Don't be sorry, this is the best thread I've seen on here in some time.

    Had a guy in his 50s yesterday come in with a man bun. It's a strange time to be alive.

    Also, I've been guilty of being...
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    well this took a weird turn

    well this took a weird turn
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    Only problem is that people don't want bombers...

    Only problem is that people don't want bombers anymore. you could also just brew adjunct lagers, because those used to be popular, but eh. it's 2019.
    Bottles are still appropriate for some beers...
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    I do have a beer gun but man after a few cases it...

    I do have a beer gun but man after a few cases it really starts to cramp up the hand. Running an IPA through the setup in a few days, hoping the modifications I made will make a difference. Just had...
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    I've got an easylabeler as well. I got it second...

    I've got an easylabeler as well. I got it second hand and it doesn't have the model number. I can do 10-12 bottles/cans a minute once i'm all set up and cranking through. It's a pretty awesome little...
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    Round, back lit tap logos

    Hey all,
    Had an account request a round logo for their draft tower. It faces out to the bar and is back lit. I attached a photo of the setup (sorry it's blurry) but they're the five circles lit up...
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    The co2 purge comes from the same line as the...

    The co2 purge comes from the same line as the beer does. You turn the co2 valve on to purge, then shut it and open the beer valve to begin filling.
    The first reply in this thread gave me an idea...
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    Best way to can using 4-head bottle filler

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    We have started canning with the Oktoberfest seamer and this filler. As you can see, it is a 4-head counter pressure bottle filler. I got it a while ago and have bottled a number of specialty...
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    yum, sounds great. i'll stop by if i ever get to...

    yum, sounds great.
    i'll stop by if i ever get to france
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    so you want to use oak to allow the beer to...

    so you want to use oak to allow the beer to mature a couple weeks, then add priming sugar and fresh yeast (i assume in another vessel) for bottle conditioning?
    Sounds like it'd be great, you'd...
  20. Boiling would also cook off the alcohol...this is...

    Boiling would also cook off the alcohol...this is how non alcoholic beer is made.
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    How did this end up working out?

    How did this end up working out?
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    +1 on this. I've been doing 1/2 of my dry hop...

    +1 on this. I've been doing 1/2 of my dry hop addition on day 1 or 2 of fermentation, following the remainder of the DH post fermentation, prior to crashing for about 5 days. not only is the aroma...
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    We use Square for our taproom as well as for...

    We use Square for our taproom as well as for invoicing our wholesale accounts. We charge a $30 deposit for kegs. I have "discount" buttons for keg returns. What I don't like about it is that it makes...
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    A common method growing here in the US is very...

    A common method growing here in the US is very early dry hopping, ie, on day 1 or 2 of fermentation. The result is referred to as biotransformation. It's not very well understood but it does seem to...
  25. Thread: neutral barrels

    by wlw33
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    neutral barrels

    hey everyone, i know where to find whiskey/bourbon/wine barrels but am looking for a more neutral barrel. i have beer in a barrel that i think is starting to drift, and i already brewed the beer i...
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