- Don't you mix the graisn up duringmasgh tun? - what is your pump specification?
Hugh Carnahan: Holy crap! These guys are the ones that got me started brewing out of Tulsa, I know famous internet people! Heck of a drive form Bartlesville, but worth it. Live in Cali now, but won't forget how I got started. Thanks for having a good store and friendly service!
Desiree Knott: LOL. Yes, ALL of Dave's accents are atrocious!
mwil7034: G'day from Oz, no offence taken, thought you were a South African to begin with lol that accent was atrocious :-)
Curtis B: Hi there , great piece of kit you got there , what is the sprinkler/sparger under the lid . Cheers & Beers
D Noss: Wouldnt the sprinkler head aerate the wort?
Kenneth Ryckeley: Could the spray inlet be swapped for a simple whirlpool recirc as in your 3 vessel system allowing for people to stir to their hearts content? Also I have concerns for hop utilization in a bag, is there any way to use a fine enough bag to allow the hops to be free floating?
Steven Rogers: why do you need a hop bag? How would free floating hops interfere with the heating element?
High Gravity Homebrewing & Winemaking Supplies: The 44 and 62 quart version have a rim at the top that prevents the basket from sitting on the bottom leaving a space to place the heating element. The 82 quart version has feet on the bottom of the basket lifting it off the bottom.
yambor44: Does the basket just sit on the element or is there something in the pot preventing that?
High Gravity Homebrewing & Winemaking Supplies: Thanks! We love it. Now we can brew in the store!
Boss Hawg: Nice concept
BrewTaku: Thanks for the info. Thankfully I have a ceiling fan in my kitchen and I have been thinking of buying a dehumidifier anyway so I think this should work for me. I think I'll be ordering soon!!!
High Gravity Homebrewing & Winemaking Supplies: That can be an issue. We turn on the ceiling fans and crack a few windows.
Our first time brewing electric indoors was quite comical. The walls started to collect water and drip down the wall (we were doing a 10 gallon batch with 13 gallons boiling. I joked that after a few more batches the walls would be clean!
Opening the windows made a significant difference.
BrewTaku: One thing I like about this system is the ability to brew indoors but I'm wondering about all the steam from a 90 minute 6 or 7 gallon boil indoors. Any concerns or suggestions about excess moisture inside the house?
Dene McDonald: My efficiency is usually 79%, no sparge and standard crush from the LHBS. Don't do anything special, but I do step mash and stir lots.
High Gravity Homebrewing & Winemaking Supplies: Yay!
High Gravity Homebrewing & Winemaking Supplies: Sorry it took so long to respond. I wasn't getting notified when someone posted.
Tim Harlow: Thanks... just see a lot of guys getting close to 80% with BIAB so I was wondering. appreciate the tip.