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I have been thinking about just that , do I really need one. I'd like the option of chill or no-chill but no-chill would require me to syphon boiling wort, my worry about that is how to start the syphon? Making a syphon with a metal cane and silicone turbine is easy enough but at that point I get s...

paulg wrote: as I have a hop stopper already in my boiler but had noticed the use of just a pickup tube on some setups.I already have the plate chiller as well.

Paul
Hello Paul,

I am interested in knowing what your hop stopper looks like, did you make it or buy it? Can you post a picture or link?

~richard

I'm with BobBrews, you can find a used 15.5 gallon keg and convert it for cheap. I bought 2 for $40 usd. I had a beer club buddy cut my top off. I drilled my three holes for my add-ons myself. DIY is fun and rewarding. You can look at my keg conversion, link below. No basket or tray is really needed...

Aw! That’s a shame Mad Scientist. I was left wondering by your post in this thread about the pressure fermenting in a keg that you do? How do you do it? Why so long to crash chill? Why does it speed things up? Thanks I hate to post links from other forums, but I give credit to WortMonger on HBT. Th...

Hundreds of interesting pictures there Mad Scientist! Of all your inventions, are there some little things that save a lot of time? I can't think of anything prophetic to say. I agree no-chill is a time saver, also fermenting in a plastic bucket and kegging (not bottling). The obvious shortcut is B...

I use a version of this. http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f51/cheap-e" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; ... get-68218/ I have a set of hoses and 1 short piece of polycarbonate tube with a hole in it. I use an immersion chiller, so I aerate when I transfer from my keggle to my corny keg (whi...

Mine would be considered advanced fermenting, carbing and serving vessel shortcut. I use the word shortcut because it works for me and I see advantages on how I what to do business. It's a hobby. I pressure ferment in a corny keg. Most all is basic ale recipes. 7 days fermenting and 7 days crash chi...

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