I wonder when gimick is not going to be enough to keep them in business.
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N o need to understand how it works.One word: HERMS
Let's see... a big pile of complicated tubing and pumps or a pan of boiling water?? WWDD???
A friend of mine has one of those convoluted systems (HERMS/RIMS.............? )
He built it and its beautiful.
I am proud to say I have not a freakin clue as to how either one of them work.
Fresh beer is usually way, way better than aged beer. That said, there are certainly exceptions.I come to conclusion that some period of cold conditioning (4+ weeks) is beneficial to every beer.
I've built a steam infusion system, but have yet to finish the project to the point of testing it. I'm using a cornie keg with a 5500w element mounted in the bottom to produce the steam. I've removed both keg posts and on one side replaced with threaded fittings going to the steam manifold in the mash tun, and the other side couplings that contain a safety pressure relief valve, a steam siphon and a pressure gauge. I'll try to take a pic and post it so you can see how it's put together.I would like to see that.
Look for a local brewfest that donates it's proceeds to charity and maybe you could pour your beer there. Maybe a local home brew club already does and join the club.I think all beer for brew fest has to be purchased at least in our state.
Sipping one of Thirsty's maibock as I type. Strong yet very easy on the pallet.Glad you like it