I like the carbonator http://morebeer.com/products/carbonator-cap.html for filling soda bottles for parties.
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How much cash are we talking about? I know distributors will take care of cleaning lines, give neons and other swag. Is this part of the issue?
I have not done it. One question I've had about the technique is what to do about the resulting acidity since the acidic roasted grains are not mashed if anything.
how do you mean 'resulting acidity?' I find you get less acidity from the cold steep, similar to coffee. But I don't think mashing does anything to reduce the acidity anyway.
I'm still waiting to hear back from the utility, but I *think* we're maxed out at 3/4", since it's a 3/4" main. If that's the case we'll just have to go electric for the other appliances.
I'm pretty sure my original thinking was off, anyway. The water column given is gauge pressure, so the actual pressure drop from a 7" WC would be about 0.25/(10.5+0.5), or ~2%. Which is why the code tables neglect pressures below 2 psig.