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    We use vintner hose with the 3a sanitary crimped...

    We use vintner hose with the 3a sanitary crimped on ends for all product and yeast transfer. Easy to clean and sanitize.
  2. What tubing are you using post secondary CO2 reg?

    We're in the process of replacing our Co2 distribution system with all stainless supply headers and I was wondering what everyone's using at their points of use to connect the output of your...
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    Have you run any cans unshaken? This can help...

    Have you run any cans unshaken? This can help you determine if you are having a headspace air problem or a problem somewhere between the filter and the fill head. Could be a good jumping off point...
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    Not to mention that you can shave at least a day...

    Not to mention that you can shave at least a day or two off conditioning time, which means over the course of a year you can turn a tank an extra time or two, multiplied by however many tanks you...
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    Anton Paar CboxQC At-Line plus an Anton Paar PFD...

    Anton Paar CboxQC At-Line plus an Anton Paar PFD for can and bottle piercing. Measures DO, CO2 and TPO. If you contact your local Anton Paar rep they'll probably bring one out to demo for you.
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    As long as you are creating a stable haze in the...

    As long as you are creating a stable haze in the brewhouse and the cellar, they spin beautifully. Reduces the yeast load in package to basically zero, cuts conditioning time to almost zero, and...
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    I can't say enough good things about our Kaeser...

    I can't say enough good things about our Kaeser Air Center. It's quiet, reliable and their customer service is top notch. They'll help you size the unit for your needs and future growth.
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    If you haven't already you might also consider...

    If you haven't already you might also consider doing at least the intermediary service kit when you change the carbon seal (since you'll have the unit open and incurring downtime anyway). There are...
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    Different brewery here but we're seeing < 5 PPB...

    Different brewery here but we're seeing < 5 PPB pickup through our Brew 80 (usually zero pickup, actually). Have you replaced the carbon seal or performed any of the service kits on it recently?
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    +2 for Union Jack. Thats where we get all of our...

    +2 for Union Jack. Thats where we get all of our cleaning tools, they're great quality. Their floor squeegees are rad.
  11. As others have said, and despite your response,...

    As others have said, and despite your response, It won’t work. Your cooling capacity in the brewery is one of your most valuable assets. When you have plenty, things run well. When you don’t,...
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    digital countersink gauge

    What brand/model of countersink gauge are y'all using for your cans?
  13. You could probably just put it into a 220 gal IBC...

    You could probably just put it into a 220 gal IBC tote and ask the farmer thats taking your spent grain to dispose of it for you. Might not be the official correct way to handle it, but I bet you...
  14. what volume of beer are we talking here?

    what volume of beer are we talking here?
  15. Maybe some more details or pictures of the areas...

    Maybe some more details or pictures of the areas you consider problematic might help. We've been CIPing under pressure for years and our SOP is pretty easy to execute without a total excess of...
  16. Well, nothing (bacteria or otherwise) can survive...

    Well, nothing (bacteria or otherwise) can survive in a pure o2 environment, so as long as your system from your tank to your connection point on the stone stays clean, closed and full of oxygen, you...
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    Understood, however there is a small amount of...

    Understood, however there is a small amount of residual rinse water that clings to the interior of the can as it enters the filler, thus mixing with the beer as the can is filled. I imagine this...
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    deaerated water in twist rinse?

    is anyone doing this in smaller scale operations (5-10k bbl/year)? The deaeration systems I'm looking at seem like overkill financially, but the residual filtered rinse water (and all it's dissolved...
  19. Brew 80 double discharging, not closing bowl on 2nd

    Our Brew 80 started acting up this morning, intermittently double discharging and failing to close the bowl on the 2nd discharge. We thought it might be a water pressure/supply issue at first but...
  20. Production Brewer - Roughtail Brewing Co. Oklahoma City

    Roughtail Brewing Company is seeking a full time production brewer to join our team in Oklahoma City. We specialize in modern IPA styles and are looking for a brewer who loves hops but also has a...
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    We made some of these CIP grants out of 55gal...

    We made some of these CIP grants out of 55gal poly drums and poly bulkheads, cheap and effective!

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  22. Thread: 1 hour mash!

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    Feel has nothing to do with it, either the mash...

    Feel has nothing to do with it, either the mash is converted or it isn't. Just run an iodine test every 5 minutes from the start of your mash timer, you'll be surprised how quickly it goes. When...
  23. how much money are you prepared to lose?

    how much money are you prepared to lose?
  24. Hot Liquor access in cellar or separate hot water supply?

    For getting hot water to CIP your tanks (assuming you don't have a fancy dedicated CIP Room/System) do you have a connection point in your cellar to pull from your hot liquor tank, use an on-demand...
  25. Our inline stone is just a little 4" stone from...

    Our inline stone is just a little 4" stone from GW Kent in a T fitting right off the discharge of our transfer pump, 30ft 1.5" line post hose flowing at about 20bbl per hour, standard micromatic...
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