Sources for all-grain accessories

Sources for all-grain accessories

Post by teddymi.. » Thu, 30 Nov 2000 04:00:00



I'm making the transition from concentrate/adjuncts to all-grain and
need tips on some accessories I'll need. Tips on specific models and
where to get these online would be appreciated. The cooking will be
done in a garage with doors open.

Cooker: I'd like to go with propane. The cooker at
http://www.stratfordimports.com/f_feature.html looks nice. It would be
used for both the mash and the boils.

Brewpot: I have a cheap 3 gallon SS pot, but need something bigger for
the mash. Any suggestions for size/material?

Tun: For now, I plan on making one myself out of two nested food-grade
plastic buckets (the inner one with drilled holes).

Counter flow: The local hardware store probably has what I need as far
as this goes.

Grain mill: Need something here. What is a good quality product,
preferably metal.

Grains: Our local shop went out of business. Any reputable grain
vendors?

Anything major missing from this list?

-joe

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Sources for all-grain accessories

Post by Dan Listerman » Thu, 30 Nov 2000 04:00:00


Check out "Wanna Mash?"  at www.listermann.com

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Quote:

> I'm making the transition from concentrate/adjuncts to all-grain and
> need tips on some accessories I'll need. Tips on specific models and
> where to get these online would be appreciated. The cooking will be
> done in a garage with doors open.

> Cooker: I'd like to go with propane. The cooker at
> http://www.stratfordimports.com/f_feature.html looks nice. It would be
> used for both the mash and the boils.

> Brewpot: I have a cheap 3 gallon SS pot, but need something bigger for
> the mash. Any suggestions for size/material?

> Tun: For now, I plan on making one myself out of two nested food-grade
> plastic buckets (the inner one with drilled holes).

> Counter flow: The local hardware store probably has what I need as far
> as this goes.

> Grain mill: Need something here. What is a good quality product,
> preferably metal.

> Grains: Our local shop went out of business. Any reputable grain
> vendors?

> Anything major missing from this list?

> -joe

> Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/
> Before you buy.


 
 
 

Sources for all-grain accessories

Post by JPullum1 » Thu, 30 Nov 2000 04:00:00


for a boiler i heard nothing but good things about  the turkey fryer converted
13 gallon keg from sabco
 i use a basic $39.95 brinkman propane burner and love it. i wish i had gotten
one much earlier in my brewing. it's so nice to do full wort boils instead of
concentrating and diluting as i used to do with extract bunches.
the problem with buying grain ect on line is shipping charges. where are you
located?
 
 
 

Sources for all-grain accessories

Post by d_shookow.. » Thu, 30 Nov 2000 04:00:00


I can't say enough good things about the 20 gallon kettle I got from
Mike Focht

http://mwb.brewer.net/BrewKettles.htm

These are sturdy stainless steel converted liquid oxygen tanks.  At $75
+ shipping, the price is right and you won't outgrow it!


Quote:

> I'm making the transition from concentrate/adjuncts to all-grain and
> need tips on some accessories I'll need. Tips on specific models and
> where to get these online would be appreciated. The cooking will be
> done in a garage with doors open.

> Cooker: I'd like to go with propane. The cooker at
> http://www.stratfordimports.com/f_feature.html looks nice. It would be
> used for both the mash and the boils.

> Brewpot: I have a cheap 3 gallon SS pot, but need something bigger for
> the mash. Any suggestions for size/material?

> Tun: For now, I plan on making one myself out of two nested food-grade
> plastic buckets (the inner one with drilled holes).

> Counter flow: The local hardware store probably has what I need as far
> as this goes.

> Grain mill: Need something here. What is a good quality product,
> preferably metal.

> Grains: Our local shop went out of business. Any reputable grain
> vendors?

> Anything major missing from this list?

> -joe

> Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/
> Before you buy.

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