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AndrewQLD

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The mash. it just fits, 10 k grain 26lt water
 

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I get real nervous at the start of the boil when the kettle is this full
 

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My setup, top right is HLT, middle is Mash tun, left kettle
 

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yeast starter
and I'll post the rest of the day later when I have finished
 

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Andrew

great pics, you certainly use your equipment to the maximum capacity!
 

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Cooling the wort, you can see the hot break
 

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Racking to primary, the copper tube sprays the wort and aerates it really well.
 

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take a look at the foam from my aerater, it works a treat
 

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Into my fermentation fridge @ 18 c.
 

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One question, how do you manage to get a strong rolling boil with such little extra space in the boiler?

Looks like a tasty brew anyway, a few hop flowers there :)
 

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No problems with a rolling boil Kook, once the initial surge of malt settles I can leave the burners open and it rolls along great. It's the same vigorous boil as when I do a 21 lt brew. There hallertau hop flowers.
 

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