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Discussion in 'Gear and Equipment' started by KegLand-com-au, 26/4/18.

 

  1. Leyther

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    Posted 29/8/18
    I always use melanoidin as a replacement for honey, if you read brulosophy they did a comparison between the two and the preference was for the melanoidin.
     
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    Posted 30/8/18
    Where abouts are you ? There are a few Home Brew shops that have it. I have over 40 kgs at the moment.
     
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    Posted 30/8/18
    Any plans on releasing a stainless fermenter (ss brewtech style)?

    If so, any thoughts or details on when and design features?

    Loving your work by the way.
     
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    Posted 30/8/18
    Summary from brulosphy...
    "Despite being produced using somewhat similar methods, the results of this xBmt suggest Melanoidin malt is different than Honey malt, at least based off the fact a significant portion of participants were able to reliably distinguish them from each other. While they certainly shared some characteristics, these findings counter the proposition that the malts can be used interchangeably to produce the same results, and provide continuing evidence that ingredient selection matters."
     
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    Posted 30/8/18
    Will you be selling the 4 inch epdm gaskets that you are using in the new kegmenters?
    I have an older kegmenter with a silicone one and it is a bit challenging to get a good seal at times.
     
  6. Leyther

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    Posted 30/8/18
    :) I think its the closest you will find in most LHBS given Honey malt is hard to find, I have used it as a replacement and been happy with the results.

    They also used a lot more than you would generally so any difference would be exacerabted and still only 11 (the exact statistically figure) could distinguish.
     
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    Posted 30/8/18
    Just wondering with the Robobrew, does it require any kind of "magic power" output to run.........I'm not an electrician, but by that I mean does it need to be put on a separate circuit or anything like that? Or can I simply just slap it into a power point and away I go? - Would hate to grab one only to find the house cant handle it and it trips the circuit breaker or something.
     
  8. theSeekerr

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    Posted 30/8/18
    It only draws a hair over 10 amps, you can use it on any normal powerpoint. If you'd be happy to run a kettle from it, you can run a Robo from it.
     
  9. moonhead

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    Posted 30/8/18
    Question for Keg Land. In the Keg King days, there was a 1/2" BSP nut with a recess for an o-ring, these worked great for things like ball vales etc onto round vessels. Any plans to bring out these as well? (or is there already an equivalent?)
     
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    Posted 31/8/18
    So we can buy a sack from your warehouse if we rock up?

    If so, might see you tomorrow
     
  11. greg58

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    Posted 31/8/18
    Why do some products have IN STOCK and when selected come up as "Availability: Out of Stock"?
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  12. Crimson Cadaver

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    Posted 1/9/18
    Has to be bought and selected as pick up online bud.
    Monday to Friday. They don't do Saturdays just yet.

    Must have been a temporary bug. Says online and i stock for me.
     
  13. RRising

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    Posted 1/9/18
    @KegLand-com-au When choosing a delivery option is the "Toll (authority to leave)" option for residential or is it for business addresses only?

    I like Toll but but i'm a night shifter who is asleep during the day.
     
  14. altone

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    Posted 1/9/18
    Darn it - guess I'll order it and pickup midweek then.

    cheers
     
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    Posted 1/9/18
    Hi, can you give me an ETA on your spunding valves,

    Cheers
     
  16. Milk-lizard84

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    Posted 3/9/18
    Howdy kegland

    Just wondering if you have an eta on the digiboil units?

    I did see a late September arrival on the site previously, but it just says sold out now.
     
  17. KegLand-com-au

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    Posted 5/9/18
    These are the only stainless Fermenter that we have at the moment:
    https://www.kegland.com.au/58l-kegmenter-304-stainless-uni-tank-pressurisable-fermenter.html
    https://www.kegland.com.au/29l-kegmenter-304-stainless-uni-tank-pressurisable-fermenter.html

    With that said we will probably do some smaller simple fermenters and also some larger 50l and 100L conical fermenters too but this is at least a few months away.
     
  18. KegLand-com-au

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    Posted 5/9/18
    Yes this will be available soon. I think they should be in stock in about 5-6 weeks.
     
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    Posted 5/9/18
    Hey Kegland,

    When are you getting more soda stream bottle filling adapters in?

    TIA
     
  20. KegLand-com-au

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    Posted 5/9/18
    This Robobrew 35L unit just runs on normal 10amp power socket:
    https://www.kegland.com.au/robobrew-35l-gen-3.html

    However this Robobrew 65L will require a 16amp power plug.
    https://www.kegland.com.au/robobrew-65l-gen-3.html
     
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