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  1. How many days is that going to take? If your...

    How many days is that going to take? If your beer going in the tank is mostly flat why start at 14 psi on the head space? I would start on 3-5 psi, and let the controls roll it up to 14 thru the...
  2. Thread: Vorschiessen

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    So is this step like mini underlettings during...

    So is this step like mini underlettings during the runoff, only to the drain versus backflush?
  3. I am working from experience on a much older...

    I am working from experience on a much older machine that I never had a manual for... If all 4 beer line solenoids are closed and the lines full of beer the hydraulics of the situation dictates there...
  4. I would love a trip to Guatemala, but in the...

    I would love a trip to Guatemala, but in the interest of time....
    Leak has got to be there. Have you disassembled the solenoid valves and looked at the seats? I have a pretty old one,...
  5. Have you compared SILKLEER? ...

    Have you compared SILKLEER? http://www.silbrico.com/sil-kleertechdata.html
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    Things may have changed at Meheen since the...

    Things may have changed at Meheen since the company was sold. Dave Meheen would answer the phone personally when he was still there. Now they are owned by the same company that owns Wild Goose. Not...
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    Is it occuring on all your recipes? Any different...

    Is it occuring on all your recipes? Any different additions, PH, High Grav?
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    Never had a problem with Kent. You can certainly...

    Never had a problem with Kent. You can certainly pay $5000 more for essentially the same unit from Whitman. If you think they are bad you have never dealt with St Pats, at least they are clear now...
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    The confusion from your customers and on social...

    The confusion from your customers and on social media will be a royal pain. Worked for a brewery in a town with another brewery by a very similar name it was a nightmare for consumers and we tried...
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    The railing on the sides are highly adjustable. ...

    The railing on the sides are highly adjustable. The fill head holes and specially the crowner bar (which is one solid piece of SS) are made for exactly the bottle mold the machine was bought for. ...
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    You can recirc thru a pinpoint carbonator. The...

    You can recirc thru a pinpoint carbonator. The outlet hose needs to be a foot long for every bbl per hour you run. GW Kent sells a reasonably priced model.
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    My brewhouse has two Thomsen pumps. The...

    My brewhouse has two Thomsen pumps. The mash/lauder pump has an internal seal, the kettle has an external. The external is held in place with a spring so it can only take so much back pressure. ...
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    We used 1056 for years at 70-72F going out way...

    We used 1056 for years at 70-72F going out way too many gens with no off flavors, I do not think that is it. I would be more concerned about getting no lower than 40 for crash temp, but at 2nd gen...
  14. Verst or Tripack

    Verst or Tripack
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    What is the lineage of the yeast... How many gens...

    What is the lineage of the yeast... How many gens old? Has it been thru high grav brews? Once pull off the conical how long are you storing it, and at what temp? What is your ferment temp, and is it...
  16. With our Lager yeast we step it down slowly, 2-3...

    With our Lager yeast we step it down slowly, 2-3 degrees a day. With our Ale yeast we go down to 50F for 24 hours then cash all the way (or slower if you have other tanks crashing to Linus's point)....
  17. According to the TTB you tax determine in the BBT...

    According to the TTB you tax determine in the BBT if it is a serving vessel, if not you tax determine when the packaged product hits the truck or your taproom. We tax determine right after packaging...
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    I have been working on a Specific 30 bbl 2 vessel...

    I have been working on a Specific 30 bbl 2 vessel BH for 13 years. It has been a work horse, with minimal issues. Good design quality welds, great customer support. I have not used anything by...
  19. Do you repitch your yeast?

    Do you repitch your yeast?
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    Hey Brewber, In general,...

    Hey Brewber,
    In general, in my brewery we carbonate to 2.4 atmospheres prior to packaging. If you take a look at this chart....https://www.kegerators.com/carbonation-table/ if...
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    Def check your pipe insulation. The thickness of...

    Def check your pipe insulation. The thickness of your pipe insulation depends on material the pipe is made of, the temp of the liquid going thru the pipe, and the extremes of the ambient temp in the...
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    When the valve on the outlet of our makeup water...

    When the valve on the outlet of our makeup water pump is wide open the pump pushes so hard it causes the water inside the boiler to bounce causing the float controlling the make up water pump to...
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    My 2 cents... 300 pints a night can be tough...

    My 2 cents... 300 pints a night can be tough depending on your ... location location location. Are you moving into an area with breweries already in it, or are you moving into a neighborhood that...
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    Packaging Assistant Louisville KY

    Packaging Assistant


    Goodwood Brewing is seeking to fill a position on our Packaging Team. The position will work primarily in canning, bottling, and kegging, our brews. This position is...
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    Keeping co2 in suspension is all about...

    Keeping co2 in suspension is all about temperature and pressure. Every temperature has an equalization pressure to hold carbonation in suspension. Are you using a carbonation tester on your brews? ...
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