Electric Brewing

A long time ago I bought some parts for an electric brew kettle.  Trying to find those and get this thing rolling. Might just make an electric hot liquor tank and use a small propane burner to keep the brew kettle boiling.  This would reduce the amount of propane used, decreased trips for propane and keep my brew kettle free of wires.

Update:  Found the bag of stuff.  Now I just need to see what's left to buy.  I think I need one of those cheap spa boxes with GFCI in it.


Charter Oak Brewing Co said...

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The breweries and stories you report on, allow for much encouragement.

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Adam said...

Good luck!