Draining gunk and cleaning

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Re: Draining gunk and cleaning

Unread postby mashy » Thu Oct 11, 2018 1:23 pm

Not on my budget.

... I like my BM, it has many mods and many memories. We are old friends on a beer journey together.


:shock: Brrr. Better now. Don't know what happened there!
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Re: Draining gunk and cleaning

Unread postby aziztan » Fri Oct 12, 2018 7:33 am

Hah! Now you got me looking into a Cammuri too! That agitator idea looks promising, but somehow can't help but feel like it's where the break downs would happen (I.e protein rich sticky adjuncts) . Looks solid from the videos.

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Re: Draining gunk and cleaning

Unread postby mashy » Fri Oct 12, 2018 1:08 pm

I also think they are selling it on "doesn't have a pump " inferring less to breakdown.
However there will be a seal under that spindle which will be an equal point of failure.
I do think much over 20l you need a pump anyhow.

I wonder if there is a easy DIY hybrid...
Burco boiler / ALVA / basket / LID with a motor / LID with a pipe for whisky..... and a low tap [don't these people ever learn]

The obvious stable door that has be left open is ... SORT THE CONDENSATION ISSUE OUT SPEIDEL !!! Stop ducking the issue and blaming everyone & everything else!! or employ someone from Bulldog / Grain father / Cammuri etc etc cos they have managed it !

Incidentally so has most or the baking / wine / beer & food processing industry except it seems YOU !!

Sorry if I got a bit carried away. But I am sure I am not the only one!!
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