One keg poured foamy and the other didn't? Sounds like maybe an over carbed keg?
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Morning,Would a large SS washer with a silicon o-ring or thick silicon gasket do the trick?
So I was working on installing some no weld thermometers into my keggle and I drilled the hole too large. So now the thermometer just slips through and is not a water tight seal, even with O-ring. I did a 1 inch hole when I think I should have done a 7/8 inch hole.
Does anyone know of a product or trick that could shrink down the hole or provide a water tight seal? Or should I go out and buy another keg/keggle?
The only idea I had atm was to get a large washer with a 7/8 hole and weld it to the keggle over my 1 inch hole.
Thanks for any help.
I'll have to check out that project. Got a link or anything?
As for the overflow, I'll have a wet switch placed 3/4 up my kettles to kill the power to the solenoid. As a fail safe I will have a wet switch mounted 3/4 the up my kettle to kill the solenoid. And, for redundancy I will have a second one to kill the pump. And, for my third fail safe I'm going to invest in a good wet vac and mop.
Did you brew the recipe verbatim or have any changes?
You crazy people with your magnets, I'm thinking "transparent aluminum" kegs.I replaced my fridge light bulb with a 200,000 candle power spot light bulb. So, transparent aluminum might skunk my beer.