Appears to me that you just have the itch to buy some different equipment.
You say that like it's a bad thing
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As far as carrying full carboys, my wife bought me a brew hauler for Christmas this year and it's one of those things I wish I had sooner.
There could be a silver lining here:
Maybe, eventually, all hop/rye puns will be used up and breweries will be forced to use less stupid-sounding names:
"Hoppopotamus IPA", "Ryenheitsgebot American Lager", "Hoptimus Prime", "Golden Hopportunity blah blah", etc.
+1 I thought I might be the only one that was sick of this BS.
I'm hopping it ends soon.
This is just an observation, but I've noticed lately (within the last week, probably) that some people's avatars are missing. The pictures are replaced with a broken image icon. As an example, in a recent post (http://www.homebrewersassociation.org/forum/index.php?topic=15826.0), the avatars for poobah85, mabrunguard, and davidgzach are missing, while they are there for hopfenundmalz, HoosierBrew, and brewmasternpb.
But, now knowing I have to keep the temp down to 50-55F, I will need to figure something out before I start it up.
Personally I think it is for people with more money than...
I've been casually looking to upgrade my cooler mashing process for the last few months and came across the Speidel Braumeister system. From what I've seen of the custom systems that people smarter than I have put together, these machines would not be that dramatically move expensive. Has anyone purchased one of these or heard of someone who has? If so, how do ya'll/they like it? Worth the dough?
This is the one I've got, can't be beat...
Actually it can (at least on price). I have a Bayou Classic pot - though mine is 62 quarts.
Fitting! He worked a miracle when he got me to understand lagering