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From: orgasm!davevi@uunet.UU.NET (David Van Iderstine)
Subject: Re: Wort Chiller
Date: 1992-03-26 17:03:53 GMT

>From: bgros@sensitivity.berkeley.edu (Bryan Gros)
>Subject: wort chiller

I also built a wort chiller from copper tube, but I don't run wort through it. Rather,
I used compression fittings on either end to mate to 3/4" garden hose connections.
I then use short sections of hose to connect one end to the faucet, & the other hose
goes in the sink. The chiller sits in the wort (after having been sterilized), and
cold tap water is run through it. This chills the wort to 80 deg. in about 15
minutes. The short hose sections are replacement hoses for washing machines, from
the hardware store.


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