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  1. #1
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    1bbl steam condenser

    Hello!
    I have a 1bbl stout kettle with a Tri Clamp port near the top. I tried making a steam condenser using a tee and a spray nozzle fed with cold water. It doesn’t work. It seems that the unit is too small to handle this amount of steam. Does anyone know of a condenser I can use? Stout only makes them for 2bbl and up. Or, does anyone have any knowledge that would help my triclamp condenser to work? Thank you!

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    Got it working

    After some time experimenting we got it working! On to the next problem

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    Question

    Quote Originally Posted by ReclamationBrew View Post
    After some time experimenting we got it working! On to the next problem

    Any chance you could share some info on your setup? I also have a 1BBL that I'm trying to circumvent the steam from the operating space.

    https://spikebrewing.com/pages/nano

    Spike made one that is TINY!

    https://conical-fermenter.com/1-bbl-...#product-tabs2

    Stout says they have one for the 1BBL but it's not listed anywhere..

    Otherwise the brewboss and the steam slayer are the only non-commercial options and brewhardware's steam slayer is supposed to have a larger version for larger systems but I've only had one response from them on the release of that in a month. Also I had inquired into it around this time last year and they're still working on it...

    Steve
    Bremerton, WA

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