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I have a stainless domed false bottom for my round cooler.
I used it for quite a while. Never could get the wort to run clear, and I had to run off real slow or else I'd get a stuck sparge.
I started to put the grain a grain bag in the tun with the false bottom. I got a much clearer run off, and if the sparge stuck I could just lift out the grain bag.
Finally I got smart and switched to a hose braid, wish I would have done that from the start. But I had some fool idea that I wanted to fly sparge and just had to have the false bottom.

^^^^^THIS^^^^^^
My experience exactly.
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Diamond ring. Gave one to my girlfriend 17 years ago and nothing has been the same sense.

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Diamond ring. Gave one to my girlfriend 17 years ago and nothing has been the same sense.

Shoulda put that money to brew equipment...


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Diamond ring. Gave one to my girlfriend 17 years ago and nothing has been the same sense.
Man, that's brutal. I hope she doesn't read these forums ever...
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Diamond ring. Gave one to my girlfriend 17 years ago and nothing has been the same sense.
Man, that's brutal. I hope she doesn't read these forums ever...

Well if GMAC never posts again, we'll have our answer.
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Diamond ring. Gave one to my girlfriend 17 years ago and nothing has been the same sense.
Man, that's brutal. I hope she doesn't read these forums ever...

Well if GMAC never posts again, we'll have our answer.

He didn't say everything was worse, just not the same.  He might be okay.  he might have to buy another ring though.   ;)

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Bought 4 faucets for my kegerator tower, but I purchased chrome plated ones that have the spring in them that make it so you dont accidentally leave one open. It was a terrible purchase. I finally upgraded to some 525SS perlicks and things are much smoother and more importantly, no more sticking faucets after a couple days non use!

Ya get what ya pay for.

Additionally, every bottle ever that I purchased or saved and then cleaned for reuse was a giant waste of time. Kegging is much better :)



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Diamond ring. Gave one to my girlfriend 17 years ago and nothing has been the same sense.
Man, that's brutal. I hope she doesn't read these forums ever...

+1.   Ever.
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Diamond ring. Gave one to my girlfriend 17 years ago and nothing has been the same sense.
Man, that's brutal. I hope she doesn't read these forums ever...

+1.   Ever.

yeah - trust me, the restocking fee is outrageous  ;) ;D
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