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    Same FV

    I guess I'm thinking along the same lines as Todd that if your Hefe is in high demand then time out your brewing schedule to rack one batch off then just brew right into your Hefe FV afterward.
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  2. Recruiting site

    In terms of recruiting overseas, in addition to the classifieds here, www.brewingwork.com lists job opportunities by geographical area, so it may be worthwhile to explore posting your job there as...
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    A few questions

    I guess I have a few questions, starting with "why"?

    I'm familiar with some home-Brewers partially cooling their wort prior to knockout either because their HX can't cool from boiling to...
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    Free Rise

    Since I didn't see it mentioned, try holding your fermentation temp at 68 instead of allowing the free rise. We had a cooling jacket crap out overnight during fermentation of a 22p beer with 110lbs...
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    Pallet stacker

    A lot depends on your budget and how multi-purpose you need it to be (weight and height of lift for keg pallets etc) but a fairly basic pallet stacker may work for you. This one is pretty light duty...
  6. Strainer bag

    Just put them in weighted strainer bags and tie some string to the top of the bag so you can pull them for whirlpool (they'll stop the rotation). Getting into a 10bbl kettle to remove cones is going...
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    I like the dexterity of the Maxi Chem gloves but...

    I like the dexterity of the Maxi Chem gloves but you give up a good bit of thermal protection compared to the big clunky Neo Grab gloves.
    There's a trade off in that I can easily slip my hands in...
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    Carb Stone / CO2 line

    If you're not having a problem until the Brite, then it stands to reason that your problem likely lies there. Carb stones are great places for creepy crawlies to "hide". A CIP cycle won't...
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