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    Brewer - Glenwood Springs, Colorado

    Glenwood Canyon Brewing Company is seeking an experienced and/or educated brewer desiring a brewing position within “large” volume pub environment. The brewer will work along-side another brewer and...
  2. Thread: Kolsch Style

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    Kolsch Style

    Hello,

    Has anyone used the W177 classic Kolsch strain? If so, what were some temperature ranges you felt dialed in on the perfect Kolsch-Style characteristics?

    Thank you for the advice.
  3. Brewer Position at Glenwood Canyon Brewing Company. Glenwood Springs, CO.

    Glenwood Canyon Brewing Company is seeking an experienced and/or educated brewer desiring a brewing position within “large” volume pub environment - to begin in Late-May 2018. The brewer will work...
  4. Schrack Technik Terminal Socket (Relay Holder)

    Dear Forum,

    I am on the search for a Schrack Technik Terminal Socket (Screw type terminal socket I/O with pinning 5mm).Schrack Technik # is YRT 78626. I was able to source a very similar part from...
  5. Thread: Crowler Seamers

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    Gauge recommendation

    Hello Bierstein,

    Can you recommend a good gauge for inspecting the seams? I've looked at the Mitutoyo gauges but don't know the measurements involved. I'm learning on the fly here.

    Thanks,
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    Shae Industries Sample Valves

    Hello forum members,

    I have several Shae Industries (out of business) sample valves here at the brewery. They have been reliable and are easy to clean. Recently we have experienced the O-rings not...
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    G.W. Kent Fermenters

    Hello Forum Members,

    I am looking for comments, both positive and negative, regarding the design, fabrication, lead-time, and integrity of the fermentation vessels made by G.W. Kent. Any comments...
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    Post Ferm Temp Rise !

    After ten years of brewing I came across a first yesterday!

    After four days away from this new start-up brewery, I came home to nearly pasteurized beer in the CCFV! I had already completed a VDK...
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    ICI Carbonation Tester

    Have any of you successfully used an ICI Carbonation Tester from Foxx Equipment company for testing CO2 VOL in solution (beer). If so, is this device worth the money? Is it a viable option as an...
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    9 bbl PUB BBT

    Dean,

    PUB - single walled - (9 bbl) BBT tanks are 40" Diameter x 6'-4" to the top of the CIP arm.


    Regards,
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    Temp

    Yes BeerManWalking,

    The tempurature is your next hurdle. Good luck!
  12. Thread: Vicarb problems

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    Chicken Coop

    You should be able to do a thorough soak of the stainless plates with NaOH. I would highly recommend discarding the gaskets and replacing those.

    I hope you measured the distance between your...
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    WP Sluff

    Gabe,

    You make a good point in regard to "Whilrpool Sluffing". Because we are unaware of the WP hop pile, it is difficult to determine whether one procedure, or piece of equipment, will work...
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    Sock Screen Gaskets

    Gabe,

    The surface area to volume ratio would be too small for this application. You would most likely blind the screen and have to break down and re-sanitize your entire brewmain. We sometimes had...
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    Filtration Systems

    Depending on your flow rates, you could look into Filtration Systems bag filter housing. This would be installed inline prior to the Heat X- product inlet.
    This has proven very useful in a regional...
  16. Thread: Manometer

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    Monometer

    I would recommend placing the upper monometer inlet/outlet near the top of your M/L vessel. It should be placed about an inch below the lip of the vessel. If you have a monometer inlet/outlet placed...
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    More Pressure + More Restriction

    BeerManWalking

    It definately sounds like you need to apply more pressure but you first need to restrict your lines with a longer 3/16" choker. I would begin there.

    Regards,
  18. Thread: Gas line

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    BTU's

    You really need to know how many BTU's your brewing system requires. Also, if you have other demands for Natural Gas within the building, you will need to know those BTU's. Usually the gas company...
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    When are you looking at having these samples? ...

    When are you looking at having these samples?

    What parameters are you trying to acheive?

    How tight are your specs?

    How big is your mock-up?

    Please reply to me by e-mail.
  20. Thread: Federal Licensing

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    I wish

    Unfotrunately there is not a template for Federal Licensing. There are so many different scenarios for the small brewery, it would be difficult to obtain something for general purposes. I would begin...
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    Temp - Pressure relationship

    Beerking1,

    Yes, you are correct. I have recently been working with the large domestic brewers who usually require the system temps to remain in the range I previously mentioned. I typically...
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    Streaking

    BeerManWalking,

    Streaking or Flashing is caused when the applied pressure is too low to keep the beer properly pressurized in the beer line. This can occur in lines which are improperly (under...
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    Consulting

    While I am busy on several projects, I am also curious about what kind of consulting are you looking for? On-site, business planning, operational planning, or design...?

    Regards,
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    Consultant Rates

    Most reasonable consultants will work with you depending on your budget and the scope of your project. The rate can vary tremendously depending on your location.

    Oh, I see you are located in...
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    Backflush

    Because you have a hose connected into your fermentation tank from your diverter panel (HEAT X OUTLET) you should be able to hook this discharge hose end into the outlet of your CIP pump. This can...
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