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  1. #31

    Quote Originally Posted by JIGSAW View Post
    So you want to use the pot as a bag inside the urn?

    Almost like a bucket in bucket mash tun ?
    1st prize would be a mesh basket but I am also looking for an alternative like making something similar to the pic out of allumunium with a bag inside.

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    the wide flat design works its just affects you bag design (just make a bag that fits) and boil-off is a bit different (so fill and boil water for an hour to work out what it is). Then you are golden.
    I've been using wide flat pots for BIAB for years with great success.
    Quote Originally Posted by jannieverjaar View Post
    No idea I've not needed to check yet. Bought long before the current crisis. But its BIG so if you plan to stick it inside an urn it wont work. But its wide and flat design works well as a mash tune and kettle for BIAB

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    You just need a good burner for a wide, flat pot. My regular gas stove (a 2-plate stove) can't get my wide, flat pot to a properly rolling boil when it's filled up.

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    Yo, what about these? https://www.game.co.za/game-za/en/Al...set/p/00794941

    Three pots, ranging in size from around 7.5 liters to 15 liters (according to other sources). Stainless steel and everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toxxyc View Post
    Yo, what about these? https://www.game.co.za/game-za/en/Al...set/p/00794941

    Three pots, ranging in size from around 7.5 liters to 15 liters (according to other sources). Stainless steel and everything.
    Thanks. I'm going to try and see one in person to get the dimensions. The Hart pot is 21l but aluminum. I want to hold as much grain as possible but SS is sexy haha

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    SS isn't only sexy, it's also resistant to the acidity of mashing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johncoram89 View Post
    1st prize would be a mesh basket but I am also looking for an alternative like making something similar to the pic out of allumunium with a bag inside.
    Ok, so I was right. Good idea you have there, but I think it's going to be difficult to find a pot, especially from the "Hart" range to fit inside the Urn.

    If its not all about the "sexiness" of SS, you could maybe find a bucket that might fit? ... much easier to drill also.
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    Why not get this bucket and drill some holes, you might also get some mesh and use that steel putty. Happy brewing


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    ^ that could also work yes

    Drill same large holes and fit a 300micron mesh false bottom similar to the one inside a GF
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    That's 100% the idea but I'm worried that a 20l capacity wont hold enough grain in a 50l urn with a 40x40cm. Any thoughts?

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