Brewing With Total Confidence
Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'General Brewing Discussions' started by Krimbos, Oct 2, 2014.
I am looking to upgrade to a minimum 10 gal pot
Any suggestions, insights, esp SS vs Al?
I highly recommend this brand , I have 3 sizes a 15, 20 and 25 gallon
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0085Z ... UTF8&psc=1
http://www.amazon.com/Concord-Cookware- ... B0085ZODVO
I was looking at those. The price is certainly is right!
I assume they are sturdy enough?
the best Ive seen, very heavy and strong, very similar to the Blichmann quality
if your going to drill through it to add a ball valve I suggest a good step bit, they burn out quick with this solid 304 stainless so use oil and drill in short burst and let it cool between
I bought the 9 gallon, 2 weld brew pot from here, with brass ball valve and 2" thermometer and it's been great.
http://www.provantage.com/bayou-classic ... AYC001.htm
this is a good 16 gallon pot with a stainless steel ball valve , I have one and love it
for the price
If you haven't committed yet, we have great pots in the shop that come with a false steamer bottom.
Call me for details and a shipping quote.
Look what I found on my morning walk with the dog!!!
I am sure some teenagers will not be happy tonight!
Thanks for the chat, Brian, but I think I am covered now!
That's random! :lol:
Let me know if you try out that recipe I gave you.
OK, dumb question
That barrel is about half full
Can I bottle the beer?
probably has been used with an air pump, so the beer is going to taste stale from all the oxidation in it
Serve it to a non-craft beer drinking friend! haha!
And the rabbit hole gets deeper and longer.
Cut my keggle today. Piece o cake.
But now my burner is too small. The keggle does not sit safely.
Suggestions? I would like a tall one so I can drain easier
http://www.homedepot.com/p/t/100121665? ... 57&cj=true
now thats a whooper, better have an extra propane tank too lol
Which begs the question - are high BTU flamethrowers overkill?
will a 185,000 btu unit use more gas than necessary? IS a 50,000 btu more economical?
what happens when you turn it up is the flame spreads out and crawls up the sides of a smaller pot so you can only turn it up till the flame stops at the edges and the higher btu will use more propane, it has bigger jets but you can always tun it down so thats your call