Oh, Hi. I'm the owner of brewhardware.com and I just wanted to mention that I do, in fact, ship internationally. There was a brief time during the holidays, and shortly afterwards, where order volume was so high that I couldn't justify standing in line at the post office to ship. I'm sorry if that seemed like a lame excuse, but I can drop off 30 domestic shipments in 3 minutes, but it can take up to 30 minutes to stand in line with the customs form, just to ship a single international package.If anyone has any questions, please feel free to ask.Bobbybrewhardware.com
I just don't get the need for a sight glass. One more thing to clean when a marked stick does the job just as well. Am I missing something?
Or not. $100 for shipping! I've never seen shipping prices that high.
For the HLT in your setups it makes sense, plus I wouldn't even bother cleaning it then. But I stand on a step ladder with a hose to fill it anyway, so I can see how full it is. I thought you guys were using them for the boil or the mash tun.
Quote from: tschmidlin on February 23, 2011, 06:48:07 AMI just don't get the need for a sight glass. One more thing to clean when a marked stick does the job just as well. Am I missing something?I have one on my HLT which is up high. I have a water pipe that runs in there, and all I have to do is open the valve and watch the gauge. It is convenient.
Damn you guys...you're gonna make me buy one of these!
Also, if you use a tiered system where the hot liquor tank is up high, it's a pain to climb up a step stool to watch the level as you drain it.
Quote from: denny on February 22, 2011, 11:13:23 PMDamn you guys...you're gonna make me buy one of these!Denny, seriously brother, if you want one it's yours gratis. I'll even hand deliver it to San Diego in June.