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Fish13

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i finally got round to finishing it using it.

the HLT is a 20L birko, the mash tun is the 15L stock pot with some foam wrapped around it and then kettle is the 20L pot from the olds until i sort out something.... starting to thinking of a bigger pot for full batches now.

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Lookin good mate. How did your first brew go?
 

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now here it is ready to go. i have fitted the shower head though but that is the plan this weekend

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Lookin good mate. How did your first brew go?
it went okay very little temp drop

didn't even measure sg..... dam mate with my test tube...

made volume though and i think it is fermenting away.....

was very happy as no bag to squeeze!!!

took a while to boil as the soup was o the stove so kept it on the fireplace to keep warm.
 

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it went okay very little temp drop

didn't even measure sg..... dam mate with my test tube...

made volume though and i think it is fermenting away.....

was very happy as no bag to squeeze!!!

took a while to boil as the soup was o the stove so kept it on the fireplace to keep warm.
Bugger the soup! Beer takes stove priority!

Looks good, 3V rocks :icon_cheers:
 

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i like that insulation, where'd you get it and how did you affix it?
 

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i like that insulation, where'd you get it and how did you affix it?
Sera,
That looks to me like the insulation i used to have on my kettle. I bought it from Clark Rubber, it was fairly expensive (around $40 per lineal metre i think) and is adhesive backed, peel and stick.
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Sera,
That looks to me like the insulation i used to have on my kettle. I bought it from Clark Rubber, it was fairly expensive (around $40 per lineal metre i think) and is adhesive backed, peel and stick.
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bingo ep28 i think it is. at $40/Lm not cheap but it comes in many thickness and i grabbed the one with the adhesive backing.
 

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nice, thx. might pick myself some up for my rig.
 

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