BTW-It's natural gas not propane as I see the canister on the left. Had a line run in to my garage.....
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Your new rig is sweet! Yea I would guess you drop almost down to the lower tubing and you will be about right. I run mine on 3/4" and bell down to 1/2" into the burner. You need enough distance to get the air flowing. Those burners will heat those kettles in no time. I'm doing 15 gallons of Kate the Great on Sunday. It has been a while since I've brewed, I'm stoked. I wish I had a control panel like you. Once I dropped mine and gave them the distance for more gas, I fell in love with them. Keep us posted, nice work on it.
I had a beer in my chest freezer carbing and when i took a pull i realized in needed somemore conditioning so i removed it and now its at room temp again and i plan on leaving it for at least a month or 2..My question is will the temp change from 38*F to room temp hurt the beer?
It only happens to me when I'm trying ti kill an almost empty keg to put another one on tap. I keep drinking and drinking and there's still beer left....
For me, it's always when I have another beer to keg in the morning. I'll think, "there can't possibly be more than two or three pints left…" Famous last words.
I haven't got to the point where im testing my water yet but I want to. What kind of tests or kits are you guys using? It seems like the kits are pretty pricy.
Just wondering how your burners turned out. I use 20 tip burners and my jet tip to kettle is about 12". I do like these burners, even though many do not like them.