i did this a few years ago i think
ill have a look to see if i have what i need
i have just purchased 4 of the above but i...
i brewed a speckled hen and a timothy taylors land lord yesterday but i also want a lighter beer for those that don't like a dark beer
it can just be wired to a 20 amp relay
wow what a journey mate
welcome to the home brew forum
there are some very knowledgable people on here who are always happy to help
for me personally I've found spirits are often available on offer at various supermarkets and the grief far out weighs the cost
with a cornie its nice and easy to adjust the levels if its not to your taste
my father in law only uses bottles , the down side that i see is the sediment in the bottom of the bottle often ends up in the beer
i would go with about 6psi myself but you may need more to fully seal the cornie ,if so seal it then vent some of the co2 and bring the pressure...
i bet you don't
your right its no different
but you are still liable for damages if anything goes wrong
ok but mate unless you have liability insurance and it ce approved ,if something goes wrong with it or worse you could end up in a lot to serous...
a heat pad would be the best bet
mm i have a couple of questions
these are used i assume to keep and heat water to a set temperature
the average kettle element is 2.2kw so about...
pull the cover off and have a look
or post a pic
only 2 weeks
come back to it in another 4 mate
it will be a different drink
how do you know it has a thermal cut out
surly it has a thermostat that allows the plate to reach the correct temp depending where you turn the...
the little co2 bulb will empty its contents in to the keg
or cut 3mm off of the bottom of the bulb holder so it screws down further
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