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  • New Partial Mash

    Having done a all extract brew( keg ran out last night ), next step is to get down and dirty with partial, and then move on to all grain, but baby steps.

    Here are some pics of my en devour to beery goodness.

    Now can you imagine better looking brew stand ( My wife only let me use it because she loves beer just as much as I do )



    Doing 3 batches to fill 2 30 L kegs

  • #2
    I'll have to make a brew stand with a bigger burner, with small batches it just takes too long, can't imagine how long a 30 Lt All grain will take.

    But some more updates

    Probably one of the best Toys I have ever bought, a wireless digital thermometer, so you don't have to hover around the kettle and wait for it to get to Strike/Boil, I use these to smoke meat as well





    Brewing has its pains




    Cooling Coil




    Cooler





    One batch I got the cooler down to 0, cooled the wort from boil to 25 in 7 minutes, return line gets very hot, think I might go for larger lines and a bigger pump to increase the flow

    Well that's that, now on to All grain. here is some of the pics from my bar and stuff







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    • #3
      I would head straight to all grain if your setup was mine. You know it is where you will end and your equipment is geared allready.

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      • #4
        Awsm stuff.
        https://www.wortsandall.co.za/images/smilies//drunk.gif I value your personal experience more than the BS that you have read or googled on the w.w.w. https://www.wortsandall.co.za/images/smilies//drunk.gif

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        • #5
          Btw I see on the images a name hugo. That is my surname!!

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          • #6
            Nice setup
            The Problem With The World Is That Everyone Is A Few Drinks Behind.!

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            • #7
              Jeez! If I got Tanja a kitchen like that I would not be allowed CLOSE to it, no matter how much she loves beer!

              Great equipment!

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              • #8
                LOL
                The Problem With The World Is That Everyone Is A Few Drinks Behind.!

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                • #9
                  Thanks for the comments gents. Well it was a Thursday public holiday and my wife was at work.... And I cleaned REALLY well. I'm in the process of making a brew stand and moving out of the kitchen, strong as the burner is, I'm thinking a 100,000 btu burner might just speed things along

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Apocalypse Boy View Post
                    I'm thinking a 100,000 btu burner might just speed things along
                    Be careful not to burn your wort.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by AtronSeige View Post
                      Be careful not to burn your wort.
                      I will keep an eye out for that, the burner makes a wide flame, more surface area so more heat in without the hot spots, at lease that is the plan [emoji3].

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Apocalypse Boy View Post
                        I will keep an eye out for that, the burner makes a wide flame, more surface area so more heat in without the hot spots, at lease that is the plan [emoji3].
                        Here are a few burners that you might be interested in. http://www.totai.co.za/product-categ...tic/cast-iron/

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