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Re: How much wash should you put into a 15.5 gal beer keg

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  • dsmith1997
    Mason and ZB, Thanks for the additional comments. I have a wireless remote thermometer so I can apply ZB s technique and first time I think I ll go with about
    Message 1 of 8 , Mar 11, 2010
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      Mason and ZB,

      Thanks for the additional comments. I have a wireless remote thermometer so I can apply ZB's technique and first time I think I'll go with about 8-10 gal. of low wines in the boiler and track everything keeping a keen eye on the heat up process and time.

      Duane


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      > > If you are using a potstill with a thermometer at the head, at the start of the lyne arm, you can use that, but you must be aware

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