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    I realize this post is 5 years old but I am...

    I realize this post is 5 years old but I am wondering if anything was ever found for this? I just had the exact same parts fail on a Century tank of the same vintage. I am looking into the Zorzini...
  2. Looking at new keg washer/filler - process conundrum

    Hey all,

    Looking to the collective wisdom...

    The brewery I just started at is looking to replace their beaten up IDD keg washer/filler. They are currently looking at a Lambrechts 235 which is...
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    Vicinity Brewing Software

    Unless my search skills are lacking today I am having trouble finding much feedback regarding VicintyBrew management software. Anybody out there using it? Likes? Dislikes? Limitations? I am...
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    Fill rate

    After our old plastic FOB finally gave out we sprung for the new fancy one. As others have said, the fill rate is WAY slower than with the old one. After some fooling around with it I found a...
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    Reviving and old thread here. I'm having the...

    Reviving and old thread here.

    I'm having the same issues as the OP with some PBST carb stones. In addition to that I have one that has cracked already. I am trying to source spare parts through...
  6. Welcome to the government.... If TTB approval...

    Welcome to the government....

    If TTB approval is required for your state (or you cross state lines) then you will have to submit every beer you make individually to them... Then wait the month or...
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    Circling back to this discussion regarding...

    Circling back to this discussion regarding PEX-AL-PEX lines. I have been pricing stuff out and although the tube is cheaper than using copper the fittings definitely are not! I have several drops...
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    Unfortunately I think this is the answer. A lot...

    Unfortunately I think this is the answer. A lot of places I have seen open recently wouldn't come remotely close to meeting the separation guidelines. I think people are just doing what they want...
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    not cheap, but not $500 and in the range you...

    not cheap, but not $500 and in the range you need...


    http://www.mcmaster.com/#catalog/122/511/=11ysz92
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    Source for printed tents

    So it seems that all the cool kids these days have these fancy EZ-Up tents with their logo on them at beer festivals and other various outdoor events. As someone who always likes to do what the cool...
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    Yeah, I've never understood how it's MY problem...

    Yeah, I've never understood how it's MY problem if a musician plays a song they don't have the rights to play. They are technically the one violating the copyright, but somehow I have to pay the...
  12. Thread: our new line runs

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    Looks like there is a LOT of time between fill...

    Looks like there is a LOT of time between fill and cap. I'd inquire about documented O2 levels with a machine like this..
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    Your commercial Pandora covers you on music...

    Your commercial Pandora covers you on music played through it. If you have ANY live bands, the BMI/ASCAP/SESAC police may/will come after you. They did it to us by trolling FB posts as you...
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    Both the FDA and my state department of...

    Both the FDA and my state department of agriculture (don't ask me why they are involved) dinged me for this during inspections. Not only were they concerned about bulb covers and the like, they were...
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    Question for those using PEX-AL-PEX. Do you have...

    Question for those using PEX-AL-PEX. Do you have these lines covered/insulated in some way? After exposure to UV light (even from ambient light) PEX begins to degrade. The standard house rated...
  16. Thread: Size vs Budget

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    Don't we all wish we could get the money to build...

    Don't we all wish we could get the money to build the brewery of our dreams right out of the gate? Unfortunately this is usually never the case and growth/expansion/construction are seemingly a way...
  17. Thread: brewpub partition

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    The Fed's will have one set of rules. Your state...

    The Fed's will have one set of rules. Your state will have another set of rules. Your local city/township/whatever will have rules. The one thing you can guarantee is that they will not all be the...
  18. Thread: Black can ends

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    Black can ends

    As I work towards finalizing our can designs, I stumbled across a brochure from Ball showing an available upgrade to black can ends. A bit pricey for sure, but I am contemplating the pros/cons as it...
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    +1...all day...

    +1...all day...
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    Well then. That complicates matters. You may be...

    Well then. That complicates matters. You may be able to add a controlling gas valve/pilot light/electronic ignition system to it, but I have no source for parts on that and it will depend highly...
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    Easy...maybe

    What is the power source to your burner now? If it is standard single phase 110V on/off then the solution is fairly easy. If it isn't then ignore the following...

    I run a direct fire kettle and...
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    I find it amazingly funny (in a sad way) how...

    I find it amazingly funny (in a sad way) how unequally the rules are applied. I understand how the rules may slowly shift over several years but that's not always what I see going on.

    In the past...
  23. I have a small step ladder that I get on so that...

    I have a small step ladder that I get on so that I can stir the mash. You definitely have to stir. You can adjust the flow of grain by open/closing the slide gate more/less. I just use a boat oar...
  24. Thread: HX rubbery smell

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    Also, since it was a unit sourced from China,...

    Also, since it was a unit sourced from China, there's always the possibility that the gaskets are not made of the material that they say they are...

    Just sayin'...
  25. garbage tote/lift

    This was mentioned earlier but I'll say it again. Use a garbage tote bin and a small lift. I built a stand to raise my mill up off the ground just high enough to slide a garbage tote underneath...
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