Subject: Wort Chillers in the Summer
Date: 1990-01-08 15:15:27 GMT
Martin A. Lodahl writes:
> I don't have quite this problem, but I do have an "iffy" well, and
> seeing all that water go down the drain is more than I can stand. A
> possible answer to both problems: an icewater bath, recirculated
> through the chiller. That implies a pump, and therefore a possible
Good thought -- that solves all the problems. You could do immersion,
counter-flow, or a hybrid, anytime of the year with significantly less
water. That's the way I'm gonna persue (I think).
How about using a pump attachment for an electric drill? Since it's only
water you'd be pumping, the pump can be as sleazy as you want. I think
Black & Decker versions can be had for relatively few bucks...
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