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Discussion in 'Brewing Photos & Videos' started by Ozarks Mountain Brew, Dec 6, 2017.
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Two brand new passivated kegs $100 each these second hand their 75 no brainer I think.
These fitting are an upgrade to my bucket cleaner I'll be able to use them stainless double post connectors to plug directly onto my keezer beer lines.
Alsongot 500ml of biofine will sus this stuff out.
I really like the biofine. It's not free, but it works really well.
Not exactly beer related. But will help me with rewiring the fermentation station. So kinda related.
Always need more hands to hold things wonderful!
Yup 25$ for 500ml of biofine at 13ml ish per batch I think I've atleast got 2 years worth!
Will compare this to geletin but I'm expecting better results.
Actually read up on a brulosophy exbeeriment this morning where results were exactly the same using either geletin or biofine for finning.
But geletin is attracting positive charged partials and bio fine negative so maybe in conjunction you'd have a super finner
just keep in mind it has a shelf life and keep it refrigerated. the manufacturer says 12 months, but they said it is effective past that at higher concentrations.
Thanks yeah got it in the glycol chamber
imo you use both. So Whirfloc helps force the proteins to flocculate when the wort is cooling and then you leave the last inch of muck in the pot. It takes a long time for it to clear your beer ... well over a month in the keg after fermentation. The folks over at Brulosophy did an experiment on it. Geletin is very fast and very effective. Only takes 24-48 hours on a cold crashed beer to clear it with gelatin.
x2 I always use both. whirlfloc and then biofine. beer comes out clear in a few days.
Then again, it might be like combining matter with anti-matter. You may interrupt the time/space continuum.
HOPEFULLY, all my hose making supplies will get here today. As well as the bags that were supposed to deliver on Saturday. Then I get to plumb in a pump for recirc/sparging. Got my sketch ready to make sure I put all the fittings in the right place so I can never hook it up backward, mostly because all the male fittings will point in the direction of flow.
Hoping I can improve my efficiency and OG's with this project.
A whole buncha goodies for making transfer hoses and plumbing my pump.
And a couple brew bags that were mailed, not shipped by Amazon. Go figger. They were supposed to be here Saturday, but thanks to Snail Mail ..... It's OK, though, not quite ready to brew again, but getting there quickly. Just made up three hoses and installed the fittings on the pump. Took almost 20 minutes, LOL.
Guess I hosed up the order. Thought I had a couple 1/2" NPT x 1/2" male QD fittings in this bunch. Guess not. DOH! I'll have to temporarily connect the hose on the kettle till I get one. Plenty stuff to do that, even if I just pull one female QD off a hose. Already have a hose barb on the kettle ball valve. The new clamps are easy enough to handle. Wonder how they'll hold up to the heat. The T handles are plastic.
I now own three, one for each keg. These work great. Fermenting and serving from the same keg until further notice. It's just so simple.
Not seen one like that before quite a big filter screen on it .
Bought this one for mine
But keep forgetting to install it before filling the fermenter lol.
One of the advantages of this one is you can just drop the tube in, then attach the float/filter.
This came yesterday