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    3bbl 6.51 Liters 0.75" BSPT 0.75" BSPT 5bbl 8.86...

    3bbl 6.51 Liters 0.75" BSPT 0.75" BSPT 5bbl 8.86 Liters 0.75" BSPT 0.75" BSPT 7bbl 13.7 Liters 0.75" BSPT 0.75" BSPT 10bbl 18.2 Liters 0.75" BSPT 0.75" BSPT 15bbl 22.1 Liters 0.75" BSPT 0.75" BSPT...
  2. Add 10% at the end of this month!

    Add 10% at the end of this month!
  3. If you want to have temp control on the mash side...

    If you want to have temp control on the mash side then you need a steam heated system with steam jackets on the mash tun or mash/lauter tun. Anything else is a waste of time.
  4. Do not use CO2 when checking for leaks!! It is...

    Do not use CO2 when checking for leaks!! It is very dangerous and only compressed air should be used. If this is a standard insulated tank then the outer shell is not pressure rated. The glycol...
  5. It would be more common to hear about a glycol...

    It would be more common to hear about a glycol jacket leak. Are there weep holes at the bottom of the cone? Usually this is the first place you spot leakage. This is also a handy spot to blow...
  6. A very simple solution is to divide the hours...

    A very simple solution is to divide the hours worked into the tip pool for both CC and cash tips. If you have a part time person serving pull all tips earned prior to their start time and again at...
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    Kegs are serially produced, meaning they are made...

    Kegs are serially produced, meaning they are made in an automated controlled manufacturing facility and not built one at a time by individual workers. Check out Thielman Portinox in Granada for...
  8. I think you have blown this out of proportion....

    I think you have blown this out of proportion. There is no way for you to know how the service dog comforts the person. And the breed makes zero difference. As long as the dog stays by the persons...
  9. I would consider plumbing the on demand water...

    I would consider plumbing the on demand water supply to your current HLT using a Warrick sensor for auto refill. I assume your HLT is plumbed to meet your CLT supply at a blending valve with a temp...
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    If you are using a jacketed BBT then you need to...

    If you are using a jacketed BBT then you need to run the beer through an insulated python into you cold room to a beer pump with a FOB and coupler hook up. This will allow a quality pour and be set...
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    The helix in a flex auger is not stainless steel,...

    The helix in a flex auger is not stainless steel, just steel. Anything used in the poultry industry in India should work fine. The key is to run a bag of un-milled grain through several times to...
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    You should be able to fit the Choretime 75 auger...

    You should be able to fit the Choretime 75 auger in that 3 feet of space with a very short flex tube to the hydrator. The key will to remove the tube once you mashed to prevent steam gumming the...
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    I would also guess that you have a bit grit...

    I would also guess that you have a bit grit trapped under the diaphragm or that it has worn out. If you rinse it in a stainless bowl or sink you should see the particle that is allowing the glycol to...
  14. Nick, I'll send you an email with a older...

    Nick,

    I'll send you an email with a older operations manual and a trouble shooting guide. There should be a data decal on the back with a serial number and build date which would be handy.
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  15. You would definitely be an option for this type...

    You would definitely be an option for this type of setup. But the initial question was could he do it for under $20K. The 3.5 BBL is $17K just for the BH before any cellar tanks, ancillary equipment...
  16. I may have been a bit high on the chiller, a...

    I may have been a bit high on the chiller, a Prochiller for a 3BBL is listed at $9,950 (without plumbing) and buying a used chiller is just an invitation to pay for repairs during your first year,...
  17. I'm sure you could put together a...

    I'm sure you could put together a Frankenbrew,Homebrew set up with very limited refrigeration for under $25K, but lets just list a couple of items that are needed in a real commercial brewery. ...
  18. I would suggest 3BBL at a minimum to ensure that...

    I would suggest 3BBL at a minimum to ensure that it is sustainable. Direct fire with mains gas or bulk LPG would be best, but you could go electric. I would look at putting in a small trench drain....
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    This should be a pretty easy move. Use a magic...

    This should be a pretty easy move. Use a magic marker to number and identify each pipe you remove. Example: Kettle 1 to Kettle 2, K-2 -K3, K-3 to BV (butterfly valve), BV to K-4.

    Number the whole...
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    You can't go wrong with Premier Stainless Systems...

    You can't go wrong with Premier Stainless Systems keg washers. They have a very inexpensive manual system and a very reasonable semi-auto system. You may pay more up front but what you save in labour...
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    Google Fuji temp controllers. There will be...

    Google Fuji temp controllers. There will be version that works in the PXR4 series controllers.
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    I would rent a chiller until the install can be...

    I would rent a chiller until the install can be done. A quick google of chiller rentals in your area presented plenty to choose from....
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    Check out the Micro matic link...

    Check out the Micro matic link https://www.micromatic.com/keg-beer-tools-and-accessories/keg-jackets , you can also search under keg koozie or insulated keg jacket, there are a bunch of sellers out...
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    They use PET bottles in New Zealand and have been...

    They use PET bottles in New Zealand and have been doing so for years. Garage Projects fills them with some very tasty ales. They call them riggers.
  25. Thread: Growlers

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