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    KegLand Questions and Answers

    Space wise could it be mounted on the inside of the door?
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    10kg is (roughly) a slab of cans, and all my fridge shelves can take that so that seems reasonable. :noworries: A couple of them have needed bracing to bear the weight of a 60L fermenter, though!
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    Adjustable shelf would be my preference.
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    BULK BUY - Vittle Vault 27kg Grain Storage Containers

    It's a bulky item, so it will cost plenty to ship. Best way to defray the expense is to buy other stuff you want and have it shipped inside. As you are paying for the cubic weight, the stuff inside will ship free (unless you buy lead ingots to get sent over!). I sometimes buy stuff from OS...
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    Recipe for Trump Lager

    Bloody phone!
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    Recipe for Trump Lager

    Dunno about that. When that's all there is to drink for 4 years, you don't get much choice, unless you want to leave the pub.
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    I'm here for the tech. Normally I wouldn't even look at this thread (because it's in "Off Topic"), but for some reason I clicked on it. Don't do social media either. If I ever talk with any of the fine people on here (or any of the others :p), it will be in person. Over a beer or 3 :cheers:.
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    KegLand Questions and Answers

    Don't think any of my orders have ever taken more than about 20 minutes to get picked. Best effort: I had gone in to ask some advice. Questions answered, so I placed an order on computer provided. Chatted with the bloke who'd answered my questions while I ordered. Click. Order placed. He...
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    Kick Ass Hopper Design For A Mashmaster Minimill

    While I concede the looks would suffer, have you considered buying/making an extension for the hopper? According to monster mill (who make the extensions shown above) theirs can hold 39lb (18.8kg) of malt.
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    Sickly sweet taste after kegging

    I've never rinsed after using sodium percarbonate. Not even back when I used it, and only it.
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    1927 Coopers Sparkling Ale recipe... and table sugar!

    Some of that time will be reduced due to the better mashing grains available these days.
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    KegLand Questions and Answers

    Once you regain consciousness, let us know how that conversation went.
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    Definitely worth the extra money.
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    Depends on one's toaster 🤣.
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    Did you even spend $15 at Supercrap on rattle cans out of the $2K?
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    By my arithmetic you'd need a 32A outlet, and associated wiring. Whether you chose 3 phase or single phase 32A, it's not going to be cheap.
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    Definitely be interested in it if had built in 12v/240v like most 4wd fridges. I haven't watched the webinar; is there any reason you couldn't make it take 9.5L cornies instead of 8L mini kegs? It would open up a much wider market.
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    Grain storage strategy

    Start by looking at what malt(s) you use the most of, usually base malt(s). Look at what recipes you brew at what time of year, how many times each, and therefore how much of each grain type you anticipate using in the coming X months. Then try to coordinate your purchasing around that.
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    KegLand Questions and Answers

    Maybe, and not long. And if it dies in your mash....
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    Put diagonal stripes behind it (painted or however works for you. When you look at the stripes through the sight glass, they will obviously appear a bit wonky. If there is water present in the sight glass the stripes will be reversed, up to the level of the water.