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Glass sight guages with chrome plated gards where to source

Postby Indian » Mon Dec 11, 2006 12:57 am

Can anyone refer me to a url or supplier whom sells glass sight guages with chrome plated metal guards?

Thanks folks!
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Postby brewer13210 » Mon Dec 11, 2006 8:36 am

http://morebeer.com/browse.html?keyword ... ry_id=1078
Beer Beer and More Beer has a few, but you can google for other sources.

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Postby Indian » Mon Dec 11, 2006 9:17 pm

Todd,

Thank you! I finally found a custom restaurant supplier with excellent stainless steel welders. Labor here is very cheep so now I need a very detailed drawing / plan for a pilot brewery for them to read. Even with a translator it
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Postby brewer13210 » Tue Dec 12, 2006 7:46 am

100l = 26 gallons. That's a pretty small kettle if you're going to pay a welder to fabricate something. If I was going to set up a actual pilot brewery, I wouldn't go smaller than 3 barrels (352 liters), which is the size of a small brewpub system. Were you thinking of steam or a gas fired kettle?

In the size range you're thinking, you can probably save a lot of money by just cutting the top off a used stainless steel beer keg to turn it in to a kettle.

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Re: Glass sight guages with chrome plated gards where to sou

Postby soyousee » Fri Jan 05, 2007 11:13 pm

Indian wrote:Can anyone refer me to a url or supplier whom sells glass sight guages with chrome plated metal guards?

Thanks folks!

Austin Homebrew Supply in Texas .com to you, has a no weld site gage that has only stainless exposed to beer. Their length is 18" cost is $30 + or minus a couple bucks. An e-mail to them might get a longer site glass if you need it. I have one on my BK and it is unbreakable.
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