Stainless false bottom

Stainless false bottom

Post by Darrel » Sat, 18 Oct 1997 04:00:00



Quote:

> Does anyone know where I can get a stainless folding false bottom.

> Thnks in advance,

Try Stainless in Seattle.  I talked to the guy there once, and he was
very nice and quite helpful. No affiliation...

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Stainless false bottom

Post by Robert » Sat, 18 Oct 1997 04:00:00


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> Does anyone know where I can get a stainless folding false bottom.
> Thnks in advance,

You can find one that sits on 1.25" legs on our web site. See URL in sig
Precision Brewing Systems URL http://www.wp.com/hosi/pbscat.html
Manufacturer of SS Brew Kettles, 3 Vessel Brew Systems, the
MAXICHILLER, (fastest, most efficient, CF chiller available) and
the PBS Stainless Hopback.

 
 
 

Stainless false bottom

Post by Goggles Paisan » Sat, 18 Oct 1997 04:00:00


Does anyone know where I can get a stainless folding false bottom.

Thnks in advance,

Goggles

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Stainless false bottom

Post by Robert » Sun, 19 Oct 1997 04:00:00


On 17 Oct 1997 13:00:01 -0400, "Goggles Paisano"

Quote:

>Does anyone know where I can get a stainless folding false bottom.

>Thnks in advance,

>Goggles

Sabco sells a SS false bottom for about $65.00.  There URL is
www.kegs.com  or  www.keg.com can't remember which.

I was put off by the price so I purchased a 12 3/4"  "air bake" pizza
pan by "EKCO" for $5.89.  I added a few more holes to the pan with my
drill then covered the pan with aluminum screen.  I sewed the screen
onto the pan with copper wire.  It works beautifully and the total
cost was under $7.00.  I use one in my mash/lauter tun and another in
my boiler.

Robert A.

5 gallon "ball-lock" Kegs  - $18.00 ea OR 4 for $64.00
12 gallon SS Boiling kettles $60.00
See them at....

http://www.calweb.com/~robertac

 
 
 

Stainless false bottom

Post by Jeff Gre » Sun, 19 Oct 1997 04:00:00


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> Does anyone know where I can get a stainless folding false bottom.

> Thnks in advance,

> Goggles

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I suggest if you can get the supplies to try to build one yourself,since
they are quite expensive.

JG

 
 
 

Stainless false bottom

Post by Lenspenc » Mon, 20 Oct 1997 04:00:00


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>Sabco sells a SS false bottom for about $65.00.  There URL is
>www.kegs.com  or  www.keg.com can't remember which.

It's www.kegs.com (plural).  Without the 'S' you get some radio station's web
 page.
 
 
 

Stainless false bottom

Post by John Heube » Mon, 20 Oct 1997 04:00:00


I believe Sabco http://www.kegs.com  sells them for $40 -$50.
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> Does anyone know where I can get a stainless folding false bottom.

> Thnks in advance,

> Goggles

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Stainless false bottom

Post by Brian Trav » Sun, 26 Oct 1997 04:00:00


Quote:

>Sabco sells a SS false bottom for about $65.00.  There URL is
>www.kegs.com  or  www.keg.com can't remember which.
>I was put off by the price so I purchased a 12 3/4"  "air bake" pizza
>pan by "EKCO" for $5.89.  I added a few more holes to the pan with my
>drill then covered the pan with aluminum screen.  I sewed the screen
>onto the pan with copper wire.  It works beautifully and the total
>cost was under $7.00.  I use one in my mash/lauter tun and another in
>my boiler.

I did just about the exact same thing with my false bottom for the 10
gallon Gott used in my RIMS (I attached the aluminum screen with
stainless sheet metal screws).  Two 5 gallon batches went fine, but
the first 10 gallon batch stuck and was the brew day from hell!
Subsequently, I removed the aluminum screen and used the pizza pan
with just the open holes.  Since the holes I drilled are 3/16", I was
worried about the grain falling thru.  This hasn't been a problem.
The wort runs crystal clear and I haven't had a stuck mash since.
Brian Travis

 
 
 

Stainless false bottom

Post by Danny Johnso » Mon, 03 Nov 1997 04:00:00


Quote:

> On 17 Oct 1997 13:00:01 -0400, "Goggles Paisano"

> >Does anyone know where I can get a stainless folding false bottom.


> Does anyone know where I can get a stainless folding false bottom.

I bought my two SS false bottoms (est. $34.00) from the following and it
is designed to fit into a sankey keg.Absolutely perfect! I use one in my
boil kettle to strain hops and hot/cold break as I drain to 2 carboy
primaries. One will be a false bottom for my sankey mash/lauter tun
soon.

Heartland Hydroponics
Unit 215
888 E. Belvidere Rd.
Grayslake, IL 60030
Owner: Sarah Bares
Phone: 847-548-2334
Order: 800-354-4769
Fax: 847-548-0048
Email: Heartland Hydroponics
Hours: M-F 10:00-19:00; Sa 10:00-16:00
Business Type: Retail Store; Mail Order; Wholesale; Manufacturer
Specialty: Beer; Wine; Soda
Supplies: Beer Kits; Wine Kits; Barley Grains; Dried Malt Extracts;
Liquid Malt Extracts; Plugged Hops; Pelletized Hops;
Grape Concentrates; Fruit Extracts; Rice Syrup; Soda Extracts; Liqueur
Extracts; Dried Yeast; Liquid Yeast; Acids; CO2; Clearing
Agents; Corn & Other Sugars; Enzymes; Oak Chips; Sterilization Agents;
Yeast Nutrients/Inhibitors;

S/S False Bottom with flare
tube for Sanke Keg

Equipment: Grain Mills; Pots; Chillers; Buckets; Carboys;
Bungs/Stoppers; Fermentation Locks; Beer Bottles;
Wine/Champagne Bottles; Corks; Kegs & Equip.; Bottling Equipment;
Hydrometers; Litmus Tests; pH Meters; Thermometers;
Weight Scales; Carboy/Bottle Cleaning Brushes/Sprays; Tubing and Clamps;
Books; Magazines
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Alternate Payment: Check/Money Order; Visa; MasterCard; American
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Stainless false bottom

Post by Steven G. Gibb » Tue, 04 Nov 1997 04:00:00


Quote:


> > On 17 Oct 1997 13:00:01 -0400, "Goggles Paisano"

> > >Does anyone know where I can get a stainless folding false bottom.


> > Does anyone know where I can get a stainless folding false bottom.

> I bought my two SS false bottoms (est. $34.00) from the following and it
> is designed to fit into a sankey keg.Absolutely perfect! I use one in my
> boil kettle to strain hops and hot/cold break as I drain to 2 carboy
> primaries. One will be a false bottom for my sankey mash/lauter tun
> soon.

> Heartland Hydroponics
> Unit 215
> 888 E. Belvidere Rd.
> Grayslake, IL 60030
> Owner: Sarah Bares
> Phone: 847-548-2334
> Order: 800-354-4769
> Fax: 847-548-0048
> Email: Heartland Hydroponics
> Hours: M-F 10:00-19:00; Sa 10:00-16:00
> Business Type: Retail Store; Mail Order; Wholesale; Manufacturer
> Specialty: Beer; Wine; Soda
> Supplies: Beer Kits; Wine Kits; Barley Grains; Dried Malt Extracts;
> Liquid Malt Extracts; Plugged Hops; Pelletized Hops;
> Grape Concentrates; Fruit Extracts; Rice Syrup; Soda Extracts; Liqueur
> Extracts; Dried Yeast; Liquid Yeast; Acids; CO2; Clearing
> Agents; Corn & Other Sugars; Enzymes; Oak Chips; Sterilization Agents;
> Yeast Nutrients/Inhibitors;

> S/S False Bottom with flare
> tube for Sanke Keg

> Equipment: Grain Mills; Pots; Chillers; Buckets; Carboys;
> Bungs/Stoppers; Fermentation Locks; Beer Bottles;
> Wine/Champagne Bottles; Corks; Kegs & Equip.; Bottling Equipment;
> Hydrometers; Litmus Tests; pH Meters; Thermometers;
> Weight Scales; Carboy/Bottle Cleaning Brushes/Sprays; Tubing and Clamps;
> Books; Magazines
> Freebies/Discounts: Free Catalog
> Alternate Payment: Check/Money Order; Visa; MasterCard; American
> Express; Discover

I designed my own system and I went to a stainless fabricator and was
able to find some s***perforated stainless steel. If you have any
agricultural irrigation in your area, most of the fabricators and
contractors who work on the systems use the material as a filter of the
ground water before the possible foreign matter can be jammed into the
expensive sprinkler heads. This type of perf. SS is absolutely perfect
for the brewing false bottom application. I had mine cut into 12 inch
diameter plates with a 1/2 inch diameter hole put in the middle for my
pickup tube to reach trough and to be held in place by a SS collar with
a set screw. This type of false bottom normally give me an 80%
extraction efficiency rate.
Happy Brewing
Steve