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  • The old rust fermenter problem

    I'm sure there are quite a few of you out there with at least the beginning of rust starting the chest freezer you use as a kegerator, and if you use a chest

    hjsigmon 4 hours ago
  • Re: Has anyone else done something like this before?

    Warren, Unfortunately, I do not have access to my conversion that I did at this time. I am oversees for work so I do not have my brew stuff with me. But the

    davethenewstandard 29 days ago
  • Re: Has anyone else done something like this before?

    if it helps I saw a full size kegerator at costco for 370. it included a single head tap tower and co2 bottle. You cant build one that cheap. Trust me I tried.

    the_wilypig 1 month ago
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STRUT YOUR STUFF! ... Share photos of your beer-gear, and help other craftbrewers with your ingenious designs and technical knowledge about equipment.

This group specializes in all types of small-scale beer brewing equipment used or adaptable by homebrewers or small breweries in brew-pubs, BOPs, or very small micro-breweries, and includes tiered-systems, RIMS/HERMS, malt mills, conical fermenters, chillers, kegging systems, etc.

Our purpose is to gather a vast body of knowledge and expertise about design, construction, and maintenance of EQUIPMENT practical for use by a home-brewer or small commercial brewing venture. There are many OTHER forums where beer styles, recipes, methods, ingredients, and other non-equipment issues are constantly discussed, so PLEASE limit, as much as possible, all posts on this group to EQUIPMENT ONLY! Occasional brief remarks about non-equipment issues are okay so long as they are along the lines of requesting private emails, or posting a link to brewing discussions in other groups or forums. Thanks for cooperating!

This is a moderated group, and spam will not be tolerated; commercial suppliers of EQUIPMENT can place a link on the links page. Links to members' personal webpages about BREWING and their EQUIPMENT will also be available. A 'FAQ' page will eventually address mundane equipment questions such as "What equipment do I need to get started?", etc., so that members won't be plagued with simple repetitive posts from beginners. We want to make all sorts of technical information available as a valuable resource for the brewing community; with everyone's cooperation, we can make this an interesting and useful group. Please help spread the word.

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Cheers.

Bill Velek

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  • Oct 21, 2005
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