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tommykkk

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Hey I have been looking every where on the net to try and find the dimentions for either a 20L or 50L brewing kettle but I cant find it anywhere. So if anyone has access to a Braumeister, would you be able mesure the internal diameter and the internal height? I need to know which one will fit.

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Tom Kemp
 

MastersBrewery

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Ross one of the retailers did post them in a thread some time ago, there are a few Braumeister threads cant remember which one it was but it is on here. Search and start reading lots! Though it was one of the earlier threads.
 

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My 20L is roughly 420(h)x350(d).

Thats the interior dimensions of the pot.
 

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With the information below you can make up your own mind when it comes to pots. I like a ratio of 1:1 height to diameter (I don't know why it was something that stuck in my head from my early days of brewing) when it comes to kettle height plus 10% for boil off plus 20% room in the kettle.

Hope that helps



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Im going to make a 20L version. For the kettle im going use a 50L beer keg and for the malt pipe im going to role some S/S sheet metal ill post some pix when im done. Im hoping to be able to make the whole thing for under $150
 

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under $150 for the pot, that's nice. Mine was also <$150 but the other costs add up....

Pump
Element
Fittings
Electronics
base for your pot (but I guess you will also roll one out and have welding skills)
 

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I am a fitter and turner by trade so i should be able to get the fitting cheap from work. I work with sheet metal fabricators and they said they will roll it up and weld it for me using some off cuts. As for the pump I'm going to use a dish washer pump I found on gumtree for $10 lol I think it might be a little bit over power though (its 300w). I'm still not sure about the heating element I found these people/;
http://www.cynebar.com.au/tubular-and-process-heating.php
I'm not sure how much they will charge though...
 

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