I much rather eat ice cream then clean the kegs.
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I consider you a veteran Thirsty Monk.All right. Time for some beer.
Has anyone gone through Boelter? We're looking at them and Grandstand for our taproom glassware.Yes and no.
Keep in mind that the standard faucet locks don't fit the Perlick faucets. I haven't seen faucet locks advertised to fit Perlicks. You could just close the valve on your CO2 tank or put a shutoff valve in the CO2 line.You would need shut off valve on beer out because keg will still contains Pressure even thou you shut off CO2.
Sweet!No it was sour.
It doesn't break down the plastic - I was under the same impression until someone from 5-star cleared it up for me. What happens is that over time the surfactant (soap) comes out of solution due to the interaction with the plastic, causing the plastic to get gummy with that stuff.Good to know.
It's on my winter upgrade list. Is there a one stop shop for everything you need? Or do I buy a monster and get a Granger catalog?I would buy Monster Mill direct from manufacturer.
I found it. Here is the link: http://www.wortomatic.com/articles/Sam's-Motorized-Grain-MillYou need to get a geared motor. I got mine from surplus center some time ago.
However, the gear motor he suggests is apparently not available anymore. Does anyone have a source for a simliar one?
Thanks for all the suggestions, guys. I think we'll end up doing a long trench in between the rows of fermentors, and then just grade the floor under the brewhouse so that runoff drains to the trench. We'll also probably do another trench in the packaging area. We're going to put a circle drain in the cold room, one in the bar, and one in each bathroom.Floor drain in Packaging area is a great idea.