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Just finnished my first prototype but i'm not sure if its too fast, using a varible voltage adapter so it has like 4 speeds.
Added by Scott H on March 7, 2014 at 4:54pm — No Comments
Tiny bit more progress tonight saw my making holes in my stainless pots for the electric elements.
Massive thanks to Guy Gibson for the lend of the chassis punch, legend.
I'm doing these following theelectricbrewery.com's instructions to the letter – 2 gang metal junction box, faceplates either side, 32mm hole through a faceplate on the back, element, oring, washer on the outside, lock nut on the inside. Unsurprisingly looks like it'll be perfect.
The hold up has…Continue
Just before Xmas I became the proud owner of a 1945 Gaskell & Chambers Dalex Beer Engine. This Beer Engine has been in storage for the past 30 years. It's in original condition - and from what I can tell - is also in sound working order - except for a missing drip tray and 1 ceramic tap head washer.
I have certainly appreciated finding the information on this forum about other Beer Engine restoration projects - and in particular - where to go to…Continue
A quick update,
I spent our national day doing brew stuff – getting fridges and fermenter in place at my other 100l brewery, and attempting to finish the new brewstand at home.
The 100l brewery has had her cherry popped, we brewed on Tuesday night and beer is in our sexy new 120l fermenter which as of today sits in a huge glass front Skope fridge.
But moving on to the Kauri Road Brewery, after 2 weeks of relentless busyness (honestly I've never had so…Continue
This is a new beginning for me.
I've heard so many disheartening stories lately about people selling their brewing equipment, indeed when I look around realbeer now there's a distinct lack of the old guard, the legends who contributed so much knowledge to the fledgling all-grain brewing scene in NZ. In actual fact more than a few of those legends are now the legends who make up the very best of the best on the shelf at your favourite craft beer outlet and dominate the awards…Continue
The second largest city in New Zealand, Auckland, is just as interesting to visit his Sister Wellington. Rent a car in Auckland requires from you a short period of adaptation, since there drive on the left. However, driving is easy thanks to etiquette copy of the New Zealanders. Wellington is also ranked in the ten cities of the world where life is good. For tourists, the driving licenses of citizens of the European Union are valid.
On board your car hire in Auckland, take…Continue
Added by Vaugh Martyn on January 11, 2014 at 10:30am — No Comments
I'm New Zealand's representative for an all expenses paid competition to travel to six breweries in five countries over four weeks. It starts at Good George in Hamilton.
I'm leading at the moment but the UK contestant is catching up quickly. I'd really appreciate New Zealand beer makers support to try and win this one.
You only need to vote once at www.worldsbestbeertrip.com. You need a facebook account to vote and there is no app…Continue
Added by Nikki on October 16, 2013 at 11:56am — No Comments
Good Day All - I found this place that sells some Hummulus lupulus x (smoothcone) and Humulus lupulus (not sure of the variety) and I'm thinking of ordering some to grow. They charge $13 delivery per box and a box can take up to 30 plants. If anyone is keen to get in on a bulk order and live in auckland let me know we can order some and arrange a day for the plants to be picked up from somewhere around Mt Eden
http://ning.it/16nGf67 - here's their…
For those brewers who are not on Facebook, or have their head in a fermentor, there is a new Brew Challenge / Swap going on in Wellington.
The challenge is all about hops, all brewers participating will be brewing a smash beer with 300g/ltr Gladfield Pale Ale, M44 yeast, and 10g/ltr of a randomly picked hop. Brewers can do whatever they like with the hop schedule, to make there beer stand out within the style of an American Pale Ale.
At the end of the challenge…Continue
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How does 1 charge a keg with c02 ? as this my first attempt to keg my stout
To all the keg-heads out there!
I've had trouble sourcing 4mm line for my keg setup, so went and bought a 100m roll :)
It's 4mm ID/ 8mm OD quality NZ beverage tubing. Heat up the end and it pushes tightly onto ball lock disconnects & flare fitting barbs commonly used on Corny kegs.
In the spirit of improving beer dispensing amongst Christchurch home brewers, I'm selling what I don't need (probably about 90m!) at cost - $1.50/m There's a Trade Me guy selling for…Continue
Added by Chris on June 5, 2013 at 8:39pm — No Comments
cider apple and feijoa the fruit is free and there is a lot
the feijoa is 7% and the apple is 6.5% and the taste is good the both are foggy
and all natural all i can say is thank you hawkes bay for the fruit
If anyone in or near ChCh needs to insulate their tanks, I can recommend Nexus.
They have Al covered self adhesive foam in 5, 10, 15, 20 & 25mm thicknesses.
I cost me about $25 to do my HLT in 10mm. They also supply high quality Al tape (U.S. made) to finish it off.
Call Linc at Nexus 03 9770090 for price list.
4 beer conditioning tanks for sale, stainless steel 316.
1000 L each, racking arms in two, so can be used for fermentation if needed
working pressure gauges
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pick up is waipara north canterbury
Added by Euan Parker on May 2, 2013 at 5:31pm — No Comments
Over the summer I took advantage of my workplace's extensive tool collection and put together couple of gadgets for the brewery, a brewery controller, and a magnetic stir plate.Continue
An Epic beer label generally has inside jokes, references to popular culture and memes (we like to have fun, be a bit silly, but clever at the same time. Tasting notes aren't always that valuable, as it is so subjective, and you can find plenty of peoples thoughts about taste online on beer rating websites.)
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“One Trick Pony” was a comment made by Phil Cook, Beer Writer of the Year 2012 in a…
Hi all I start every blog apologizing about how long it has been since my last blog post was written. I guess I could do that again, but lets try and keep it fresh.
Added by Andrew Childs on March 12, 2013 at 10:51am — No Comments