I have that motor run through a 3 way switch on my barley crusher and it is top notch. I have only had to use the reverse to clear a jam once and it worked like a charm.
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Any thoughts on planning for a setup with a mash tun for single step infusion mashing (the cooler type) vs a multi step infusion mashing vessel (with a burner)? I haven't tried either and definitely appreciate the advice about getting a few all grain batches down prior to building anything. Thought I'd take a consensus though- are there particular advantages or drawbacks to either setup?
I have 4 tanks, including the one on the grill. I get them filled at the RV place. Last time I got 3 filled for $33 bucks. Much cheaper than the "exchange" type deals.
Not to complicate this any more... (well... yes just to complicate this a little more), here's the NB 10 gallon kettle, which goes for $230 (with 1/2" ball valve and thermometer):
And here's a 15 gallon kettle from Home Brew Stuff that actually costs $10 less:
I want to pint out ....
cold plates can be had pretty cheap on ebay.