In this post, I am opening my toolbox and will list some of the items that I have come across or built that have been incorporated into my Brew Days. These will be smaller items that won’t take a lot of space or need their own post. Continue reading “The little things I use or have built for the Brewery”
Adding a Sight Glass to a Coors Keggle
Instead of performing the arduous task of placing the 1″ dowel rod into the Keggle that is used as the HLT, I decided that a Sight Glass was needed. Why, exactly? Why not. It seems the best answer I can give and a sight glass allows for a quick glance to determine the amount of strike/sparge water being transferred. Continue reading “Adding a Sight Glass to a Coors Keggle”
OakWoodBarrels.com Debacle – THEY’RE A SCAM!
I decided that I wanted some barrels to age beer. Of course, I wanted to go with 10 Gallon Barrels, given the size of my brewhouse. In searching, I found oakwoodbarrels.com and checked them out. The prices are amazing! Then I looked for reviews. Ewww….
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Keg and Carboy Washer
Now that I’ve finally taken the giant leap into kegging, I’ll need a way to clean the kegs. For this, I will document the Keg Washer here. I do not have carboys, so I will be building this to be a keg washer only. If you will also use this to clean carboys, read the note at the bottom of this post PRIOR to cementing any pieces together.