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It fired up and did what it was supposed to do.  getting close to putting it in action.

http://s256.photobucket.com/user/jet_gorilla/library/Brutus%2010%20Build

pword:  Brutus

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Final iteration here, couldnt upload pictures so heres the link.  Hope i didnt violate any rules:

http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f51/last-version-combined-pre-counterflow-chiller-389274/

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Pimp My System / All in 1 Compact Pre/Counter Flow Chiller Assembly w/ Pump
« on: February 07, 2013, 09:29:13 AM »
it does.  smoothie mixer in a stainless tube full of holes

Is there a chance you could post a few more pictures?  I'm having trouble conceptualizing.
yes.  the mixer sits in the tube and it just "mixes" the water. Im on a plane going to tokyo right now but when its finished ill put some more pics.

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Pimp My System / All in 1 Compact Pre/Counter Flow Chiller Assembly w/ Pump
« on: February 07, 2013, 09:10:29 AM »
it does.  smoothie mixer in a stainless tube full of holes

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Pimp My System / All in 1 Compact Pre/Counter Flow Chiller Assembly w/ Pump
« on: February 07, 2013, 08:53:18 AM »
NICE! So is that two cold water lines, or do you run everything through both?
water comes out of hose thru the pre chiller in the bucket out of the prechiller into the counterflow chiller then out.  the waste water is sent to a 1500 gallon tank which supplies water to my jalapeno and habanero garden

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Pimp My System / All in 1 Compact Pre/Counter Flow Chiller Assembly w/ Pump
« on: February 07, 2013, 08:50:57 AM »
hmmm, pictures didnt upload, second try
Ok, not to be picky, but if the wort-out is at the thermometer, shouldn't the output of the pre-chiller be going to the CFC fitting on the bottom, nearest the wort-out?
yes, they do, just took the picture while i was messing with the fitting choices.  the final version will have tri clamp fittings eveywhere.

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Pimp My System / All in 1 Compact Pre/Counter Flow Chiller Assembly w/ Pump
« on: February 07, 2013, 07:12:13 AM »
hmmm, pictures didnt upload, second try

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Pimp My System / All in 1 Compact Pre/Counter Flow Chiller Assembly w/ Pump
« on: February 05, 2013, 02:48:24 PM »
wanted a compact, easy to use all in one pre chiller and counterflow chiller.  I used a 24 qt aluminum bucket and welded tabs to hold the equipment

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drinking a Downtown Brown Ale and its good

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General Homebrew Discussion / Enjoying a Cigar on Brew Day
« on: May 03, 2012, 06:34:18 PM »
Hangin at the lake, smokin cigars, and brewing a bock beer. 

Its a good day
http://www.flickr.com/photos/31570487@N04/6994498638

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i was looking at your pics and saw the museum pics.  does your wife know you are taking pics of women in a museum 8)
she's the one who made me take the leap into brewing.  she has to drink gluten free beer and whats available isnt good to her so i thought i could learn to brew Gluten free beer for her.

my first try was a GF ale that tasted pretty good.  the second one will be ready this week (put some honey in it). 

museum was versaille. 



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DOH!!!!!!!!!

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That is sweet!
My question is...
Can you fill it?
pretty sure i can

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Awesome score.  Can you report back what that thing does to your electric bill?  I have always been curious.  (Cue Debbie Downer music).
i dont care hehehehe :)

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I'm sorry but I can't help myself. I've been shopping for a kegerator and I ran into this by pure chance:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/31570487@N04/6948877256/

A nice TRUE kegerator with a 10 faucet tower and extra 10 faucet tower for $600. All the faucets appear to be perlick SS faucets.

Considering what I was looking for, this seems like a homerun.  I'm gonna be able to USE this thing.

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