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Brewstore are doing the g70 grainfather for £1149
Im just on their mailing list, didn’t look any further into how good a deal it is.
 

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I’ve seen at least 3 online brew shops advertising the same £300 off the G70 deal. I wonder if it’s a deal from Grainfather themselves or if it’s a case of “keeping up with the Joneses”.
 

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Looking at upgrading my 'rig' and I think the next best step is a fermentation fridge. I have had a look at videos online and it seems pretty straight forward but I did come accross this wine chiller in a black friday deal...


Only goes to 18 degs but might this be an idea as a starting point? I have done rough measurements and think my 30L ferm buckets would fit in nicely? Thoughts?
 

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I’ve seen at least 3 online brew shops advertising the same £300 off the G70 deal. I wonder if it’s a deal from Grainfather themselves or if it’s a case of “keeping up with the Joneses”.
I think once one posts a price they all follow. I bought my grainfather last year and there were several offering the same price. I went with the maltmiller as I know how good his customer service is.
 
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Just a quick note to let you know that Brewfather premium has 25% off right now.
Code: BF25 will get you the discount
 

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Hell all..

Looking at upgrading my 'rig' and I think the next best step is a fermentation fridge. I have had a look at videos online and it seems pretty straight forward but I did come accross this wine chiller in a black friday deal...


Only goes to 18 degs but might this be an idea as a starting point? I have done rough measurements and think my 30L ferm buckets would fit in nicely? Thoughts?

Save your money look on gumtree or the likes, you can get a fridge for free or at most £30.
Add an inkbird temp controller for £30 ish job done.
 

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Hell all..

Looking at upgrading my 'rig' and I think the next best step is a fermentation fridge. I have had a look at videos online and it seems pretty straight forward but I did come accross this wine chiller in a black friday deal...


Only goes to 18 degs but might this be an idea as a starting point? I have done rough measurements and think my 30L ferm buckets would fit in nicely? Thoughts?
Looks pretty smart. Hell of a lot dearer than a second hand fridge off gumtree BUT if aesthetics are important I can see the appeal. Kind of keen on this myself for that reason. Only space I have for a fermentation fridge is in a newly decorated office.

The photo's aren't clear but if there is a compressor hump it might impact internal space for a bucket. Also, don't rely on the built in thermostat. It'll most likely suffer temp swings so you'd still want to hook this up to an Inkbird or similar for temperature control.
 

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It’s pretty much the same one that I have and it does have a hump at the bottom but should still be enough room for a fermenter on top
 

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Just a quick note to let you know that Brewfather premium has 25% off right now.
Code: BF25 will get you the discount
Not working for me, do you know if there are any conditions?
 

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I won one of those in an Inkbird giveaway on here a year or two back. I mainly use it to monitor the temperature of my sparge water as it is heated in my HLT / tea urn. It has two probes, so it could monitor two things at once. It also has bluetooth capability, which I rarely use, although it did enable me to set an alarm when the water reaches target temperature.

On the downside, one of my probes became erratic after water got inside the moulding, I finally managed to dry it out in a warm oven.

Overall I have been pleased with it and would recommend it.
 
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