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    WTS 2x March Pumps 809PL-HS

    be careful if buying
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    Kegging Bourbon And Coke

    a good calculator for this can be found here http://homedistiller.org/calcs/dilute Put coke bourbon and keg in a fridge set at 0c, this will help keep CO2 in solution. then just fill the keg, purge and set to serve pressure. i have found unless you have time dont **** with the CO2 volumes.
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    Pauline on Q&A

    If you have talk about it you don't really have it, some people are full of shit.
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    Pauline on Q&A

    PAULINE FOR RM! now there's some big shoes to fill.
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    Relocating kegs

    is not the best but this time of year should be alright
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    9 gallon cask - how to make this work?

    the bit that they screwed into was a plastic bung that was hammered in when it was filled. i don't think you can get them anymore.
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    9 gallon cask - how to make this work?

    Like has been said silicon bung with a stainless bolt and 2 large washers to tighten it. More than likely the spear assembly looked like this.
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    9 gallon cask - how to make this work?

    a plastic bung is driven in after filling and the spear attachment is screwed in and the spear shoved through the plastic bung. I think
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    spam

    what you can't handle a full one.
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    Exploring Fabrication of SS Conical Fermenter: Brisbane Only

    sorry that had already been said :blink:
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    Exploring Fabrication of SS Conical Fermenter: Brisbane Only

    If you are going to have something fabricated you are better of getting what you want. It costs money to have things custom made and as cheap as he may be it is still going to take coin to buy materials and consumables. things like argon filler rod grinding discs they start to add up.
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    Exploring Fabrication of SS Conical Fermenter: Brisbane Only

    300mm came from brewershardware. spools and reducers from stilldragon
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    Exploring Fabrication of SS Conical Fermenter: Brisbane Only

    200mm or 8", clamp about $45, a spool is $200, reducer is $200, i have a 300mm ferrule and end cap and clamp which cost me about $500 from brewshardware.
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    Exploring Fabrication of SS Conical Fermenter: Brisbane Only

    Tri-clovers are expensive but well worth the coin. My wort boiler for starters only cost me about 1k
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    9 gallon XXXX cask. My Precioussssssssssss

    I have a 9 and 18 for a bung I was think a silicon bung with a stainless bolt and wing nut through it. So you can jam the bung in and just squash it out with the bolt to tighten it. As a safety measure the bolt could be a wide tee to stop it coming out under pressure.
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    9 gallon XXXX cask. My Precioussssssssssss

    A snaplok adaptor is 3/4 bsp
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    drilling stone for a font

    Cheaper and easier to get a concrete cutter to do it.saw an engineer try to cut a precast panel with a quick cut saw instead of putting it back on the truck. Haha tried to make himself look good ended up looking like an idiot when he had to get a contractor with a road saw.
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    Woolworths to exit Masters hardware venture

    Stu one has a navel piercing the other doesnt
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    Knurling on a Mashmaster Mini Mill

    I'm thinking of getting a new or different one and using the one I have as a feeder to mash in with. This will feed the milled grain into a hydrator at a constant rate to allow for automated mash in without dough balls. This is how they get coal into a power station boiler only the ground coal...
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