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Hands On: Gemco 4 Oz Measuring and Tasting Glass

I use several of these puppies around my brewery and more.  I’ve used them for general measuring and as beer taster glasses.  I’ve also used them for espresso shots in coordination with my Rancilio Silvia Espresso Machine.

Front/Logo

Ounce Measurements

Teaspoon Measurements

Tablespoon Measurements

Milliliter Measurements

Sometimes these sorts of measuring devices are to be considered… ballpark.  This photo shows 29.5 grams of water.  29.57 grams equals one fluid ounce of water.  Within the limitations of this scale - Fast Weight MS-500-BLK - (1/10th gram)… this measuring glass is right on.

29.5 Grams of Water

Using this as a taster glass to try some tasty Kiwi IPA

Purchase DateAs this update – 12/10/2014 – I’ve used these for just over 1 year.  They are still working great and look like new…

Beer TastersYou can see a couple up to date pictures in my recent review of RiteBrew’s Sampler Paddle.  These glasses fit great in that paddle.

One problem that any glass can have is markings washing off.  I haven’t had that problem (for over a year now) and I’ve put these guys through some arguably rough treatment.  As mentioned previously, one of the things I use these for is espresso.  When used for that, these get near boiling liquid poured in them.  The measurement marks still look like new.  I will say that I’ve never put these in my dishwasher. These are rugged, accurate and versatile measuring glasses. Fox Run Mini Measuring Glass, 4-Ounce

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Hands On: RiteBrew’s 4 Hole Sampler Paddle & Barbary Sample Glasses

Review RiteBrew Tasting Paddle

RiteBrew has a great selection of beer tasting gear including some unique sampler glasses (including Belgian and Pilsner Style Sampler Glasses) along with a couple of very reasonably price sample paddles.  They have a finished 4 position paddle for just $6.39 and an unfished 6 position paddle for just $5.99.  Here’s a quick look at the 4 hole sampler paddle using RiteBrew’s Barbary Style Tasting Glasses.

RiteBrew Tasting Sampler Paddle Homebrew Craft BeerA look at the paddle… Hey it looks nice!

RiteBrew Tasting Sampler Paddle Homebrew Craft BeerClose up of the wood grain and finish (click for a closer view).  It’s my theory that these holes are here to make it easy to get wet glasses off.  That way no vacuum can form.

Beer Taster PaddleI’m going to call the size of these holes about 1 7/8″

RiteBrew Tasting Sampler Paddle Homebrew Craft BeerThe paddle loaded up with Barbary Style Glasses

RiteBrew Tasting Sampler Paddle Homebrew Craft BeerSide view.  It’s worth noting that the Barbary Style are the only glasses that RiteBrew sells
that fit in their paddles.  The other glasses are very nice, just don’t plan on using them with the paddle.

Beer TastersMy Gemco 4 Ounce Measuring/Tasting Glasses - Hands On – fit nicely in the paddle.  These are nice little multi-tasking glasses.  Nice tasters and handy measuring glasses.

Gemco Measuring GlassClose up on the fit of the Gemco Glasses

Barbary Taster GlassThe Barbary Glasses fit great

Barbary TasterA look at just the Barbary Glass

Barbary Taster Glass Perfect BeakerThe capacity of these glasses is listed at 4.5 ounces.  My Emsa Perfect Beaker shows them at about 5 ounces.  So 4.5 ounces usable with 1/2 ounce for headspace.

Oatmeal Stout

The Barbary Glass filled with some delicious RiteBrew Oatmeal Stout

These are high quality and for around $6 they are… a bargain.  The Barbary Style glasses are also great little tasting glasses.

871452 – Sampler Paddle – 4 hole – $6.39

871456 – Sampler Paddle – 6 hole – $5.99

871446 – Barbary Sampler Glasses – 4.5oz – Set of 4 – $9.19

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First Looks: ZChiller – Spiral Star Design Counterflow Wort Chiller

zchiller wort chiller

ZChillers are made in the US, double tube counter flow wort chillers.  The interior tubing is a Spiral Star Design.  This spiraling increases the surface area of copper that’s in contact with your wort.  It also increases turbulence.  More movement across more surface area means your wort chills quickly.

This is a first look at my Large Size ZChiller

zchiller wort chillerA top down look a the large ZChiller

zchiller wort chillerSlightly different angle.

zchiller wort chillerA top down look at the coils

zchiller wort chillerThe coils measure about 5″

zchiller wort chillerA close up to measure individual coils.  I’d call it 3/4″.

zchiller wort chillerThe Large ZChiller

Large ZChiller PerformanceHere is performance data for the Large ZChiller.  Chilling performance graphs for all models are available on ZChillers Website in the News Section.

Three Models Are Available…

Standard ZChiller – 9″ diameter, 3.5″ tall, made from 102″ of copper tubing. Our original design created with small-batch homebrewers in mind. Compact, efficient, and recommended for batches of 7.5 gallons or less.

Large ZChiller – 9″ diameter, 5.125″ tall, made from 154″ of copper tubing. Our most versatile chiller, the Large ZChiller can handle much larger batches that require a higher degree of cooling while at the same time retaining the ability to be used for small batches as well. If you want flexibility and true brewing freedom, this is the chiller for you.

Square ZChiller – 8.75″ side length, 7.25″ tall, made from 134″ of copper tubing. Distinctive design delivers cooling rates comparable to the Large ZChiller with a brand new look to spice up your brewing rig. If you’re looking for a unique chiller with a bit of flash that can handle a variety of batch sizes, look no further.

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Update: Review – 750 mL Stainless Wine and Beer Growler – Includes Temp Trials

Review Lifeline Stainless Wine Growler

I’m a big fan of Lifeline Products’ Line of Stainless Steel, Double Wall, Vacuum Insulated Growlers.

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They recently released a 750 mL Size for wine lovers.  Here’s a hands on look at that including two temperature time trials.

Lifeline Wine Growler ReviewIn the box.  This comes nicely packaged.  Ready to be wrapped up as a gift for yourself or others.  Oh, you don’t wrap gifts you buy for yourself?

Lifeline 7512 Wine Growler ReviewLifeline’s 7512 Stainless Wine Growler.  This is the uncoated stainless version.  It comes in other colors.

Lifeline 7512 Wine Growler ReviewClose up of the front of the label.  Reads Seven Fifty.  Wine Growler.  Double Wall Vacuum Insulated

Lifeline 7512 Wine Growler ReviewReads: No Liner.  No Condensation.  No Taste or Odor.  Holds a Full Bottle of Wine.  BPA Free.

Lifeline 7512 Wine Growler ReviewDiagram of how the vacuum insulated design works

Lifeline 7512 Wine Growler ReviewA look inside the growler

Stainless Growler Homebrew WinemakingA look at the cap

cln_img_6205This note about general usage comes inside the growler.

Lifeline 7512 Wine Growler ReviewBottom of the growler.  Reads: Vacuum Insulated, 750 mL, 18/8 Stainless

Lifeline 7512 Wine Growler ReviewI tared out my Escali Primo and filled up the growler with water to get an idea of capacity.  It comes out to about 801 grams.  801 grams = 801 mLs.  That’s a bit more than the stated capacity of 750 mL.  But… the lid/stopper combo takes up a bit of the neck.  I think the usable space is pretty well right at 750 mL.  That’s perfect for a bottle of… wine.

cln_img_6223A look at the same water in my 1 Gallon Brew Day Pitcher - Review

Lifeline 7512 Wine Growler ReviewHey this is the growler next to a 2013 bottle of Cupcake Vineyards Sauvignon Blanc.

Lifeline 7512 Wine Growler ReviewHere is the growler filled with an entire bottle of wine.  The cap just fits.  Perfecto.

Lifeline 7512 Wine Growler ReviewTemperature Trials.  I put the bottle of wine and growler in my fermentation deep freeze (currently in cold crash mode) to chill everything down.  I put my kegerator fan - See: Reducing Foaming with a Recirculating Fan - in there to get things chilled down more quickly.  Also Pictured: Speidel Fermenter - Review.  It contains RiteBrew’s Oatmeal Stout.  Also Pictured:  If you look closely you’ll see a gigantic rubber band creation that my son made for me to hold on the temperature probe.  What a great kid!  Oh, he charged me $10.

Stainless Growler Homebrew WinemakingStart of the test.  My ThermoWorks ChefAlarm - Review - shows 33.2 deg F

Stainless Growler Homebrew WinemakingThe ambient temperature was about 67 deg F

Insulated Stainless Growler Homebrew Winemaking19 hours and 39 minutes later, the wine reads 47.6 deg F.  That figures out to .733 deg per hour.  Much like the rest of the line, the insulation capabilities of this thing are amazing.  Gift Idea: You could fill one of these with chilled wine, wrap it hours before it will be unwrapped and the gift recipient will receive an amazing growler along with a chilled, ready to drink bottle of wine.  Whammo.

Stainless Growler Homebrew WinemakingThis is also a great size for 22 ounces of beer.  I tried another trial using a 22 of Green Flash’s Imperial IPA.  Also pictured: Oxo Cast Stainless Bottle Opener - Review.

Stainless Growler Homebrew WinemakingHere’s where the 22 fills comes up to.  Temperature Trial.  Started at 31.8 deg F.  19 hours and 2 minutes later it read 46 deg F.  That’s a loss of .734 deg per hour, nearly identical to the wine test.  Update:  I received a question about whether or not this growler is rated to hold carbonated beverages.  From my experience, I can tell you that it works great for carbonated beverages.  I also contacted Lifeline Products to double check that they recommend it for that use.  Indeed, it is officially rated to hold carbonated beverages.

Much like the rest of the line, this container looks great and works great.  I’m glad to have one for myself and I also think it would make a great gift.

Lifeline 7512 Silver Stainless Steel Vacuum Insulated Double Wall Bottle Style Growler – 750ml. Capacity

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Hands On: 750 mL Stainless Wine and Beer Growler – Includes Temp Trials

Review Lifeline Stainless Wine Growler

I’m a big fan of Lifeline Products’ Line of Stainless Steel, Double Wall, Vacuum Insulated Growlers.

Lifeline Gear and ReviewsLifeline 7508 Stainless Steel Vacuum Insulated Double Wall Barrel Style Growler • Review • Lifeline Growler Carrier • Review • Lifeline 7502 40 Ounce Growler • Review • Lifeline 7512 Silver Stainless Steel Vacuum Insulated Double Wall Bottle Style Growler – 750ml. Capacity • Review

They recently released a 750 mL Size for wine lovers.  Here’s a hands on look at that including two temperature time trials.

Lifeline Wine Growler ReviewIn the box.  This comes nicely packaged.  Ready to be wrapped up as a gift for yourself or others.  Oh, you don’t wrap gifts you buy for yourself?

Lifeline 7512 Wine Growler ReviewLifeline’s 7512 Stainless Wine Growler.  This is the uncoated stainless version.  It comes in other colors.

Lifeline 7512 Wine Growler ReviewClose up of the front of the label.  Reads Seven Fifty.  Wine Growler.  Double Wall Vacuum Insulated

Lifeline 7512 Wine Growler ReviewReads: No Liner.  No Condensation.  No Taste or Odor.  Holds a Full Bottle of Wine.  BPA Free.

Lifeline 7512 Wine Growler ReviewDiagram of how the vacuum insulated design works

Lifeline 7512 Wine Growler ReviewA look inside the growler

Stainless Growler Homebrew WinemakingA look at the cap

cln_img_6205This note about general usage comes inside the growler.

Lifeline 7512 Wine Growler ReviewBottom of the growler.  Reads: Vacuum Insulated, 750 mL, 18/8 Stainless

Lifeline 7512 Wine Growler ReviewI tared out my Escali Primo and filled up the growler with water to get an idea of capacity.  It comes out to about 801 grams.  801 grams = 801 mLs.  That’s a bit more than the stated capacity of 750 mL.  But… the lid/stopper combo takes up a bit of the neck.  I think the usable space is pretty well right at 750 mL.  That’s perfect for a bottle of… wine.

cln_img_6223A look at the same water in my 1 Gallon Brew Day PitcherReview

Lifeline 7512 Wine Growler ReviewHey this is the growler next to a 2013 bottle of Cupcake Vineyards Sauvignon Blanc.

Lifeline 7512 Wine Growler ReviewHere is the growler filled with an entire bottle of wine.  The cap just fits.  Perfecto.

Lifeline 7512 Wine Growler ReviewTemperature Trials.  I put the bottle of wine and growler in my fermentation deep freeze (currently in cold crash mode) to chill everything down.  I put my kegerator fan – See: Reducing Foaming with a Recirculating Fan – in there to get things chilled down more quickly.  Also Pictured: Speidel FermenterReview.  It contains RiteBrew’s Oatmeal Stout.  Also Pictured:  If you look closely you’ll see a gigantic rubber band creation that my son made for me to hold on the temperature probe.  What a great kid!  Oh, he charged me $10.

Stainless Growler Homebrew WinemakingStart of the test.  My ThermoWorks ChefAlarmReview – shows 33.2 deg F

Stainless Growler Homebrew WinemakingThe ambient temperature was about 67 deg F

Insulated Stainless Growler Homebrew Winemaking19 hours and 39 minutes later, the wine reads 47.6 deg F.  That figures out to .733 deg per hour.  Much like the rest of the line, the insulation capabilities of this thing are amazing.  Gift Idea: You could fill one of these with chilled wine, wrap it hours before it will be unwrapped and the gift recipient will receive an amazing growler along with a chilled, ready to drink bottle of wine.  Whammo.

Stainless Growler Homebrew WinemakingThis is also a great size for 22 ounces of beer.  I tried another trial using a 22 of Green Flash’s Imperial IPA.  Also pictured: Oxo Cast Stainless Bottle OpenerReview.

Stainless Growler Homebrew WinemakingHere’s where the 22 fills comes up to.  Temperature Trial.  Started at 31.8 deg F.  19 hours and 2 minutes later it read 46 deg F.  That’s a loss of .734 deg per hour, nearly identical to the wine test.  Update:  I received a question about whether or not this growler is rated to hold carbonated beverages.  From my experience, I can tell you that it works great for carbonated beverages.  I also contacted Lifeline Products to double check that they recommend it for that use.  Indeed, it is officially rated to hold carbonated beverages.

Much like the rest of the line, this container looks great and works great.  I’m glad to have one for myself and I also think it would make a great gift.

Lifeline 7512 Silver Stainless Steel Vacuum Insulated Double Wall Bottle Style Growler – 750ml. Capacity

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Lifeline Growler Carrier

Lifeline 7508 Silver Stainless Steel Vacuum Insulated Double Wall Barrel Style Growler – 64 oz. Capacity

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Blichmann 1/2″ Linear Flow Valve… Install in any kettle! + Hands on Review

Blichmann 1/2" Linear Flow Valve

To me, this is the most revolutionary part of Blichmann’s new G2 BoilerMaker KettleReview is the Linear Flow Valve.  This valve replaces standard ball valves and offers great control (linear flow), flexibility (adjusts to any orientation) and superior cleanability (center pops out with no tools).

Bryan over at Great Fermentations just gave me the heads up that Blichmann just released the Linear Flow Valve as a separate component.  Bryan says it can be installed in a G1 Kettle – Related: Discounted G1 Kettles with Slight Cosmetic Damage – all on it’s own.  It can be installed in any other kettle with the aid of Blichmann’s Dip Tube Kettle Fitting Bulkhead.

I’ve received questions about whether this would be released as a separate product and I can tell you that I’m very glad Blichmann has released this.

Blichmann 1/2″ Linear Flow Valve - $44.99

Dip Tube Kettle Fitting for Blichmann BoilerMaker - $30.96

Hands on Look at the Linear Flow Valve (a portion of my G2 Review)…

Here’s the “wow shot”…

cln_img_4522That’s light you see through the Linear Valve’s body.  No tools are required to take the Linear Valve apart.  The valve simply unscrews and the entire inner workings pop out.  No tools.  When the thing just came off, it was a near jaw dropping moment for me.  I’ve got my fair share of 3 piece ball valves that can be taken apart for thorough cleaning.  How often do I take those apart for thorough cleaning?  I wouldn’t use the word… often.  The Linear Valve comes apart so easily that it will be cleaned every time I use the kettle.

cln_img_4515The inside of the linear valve.  There isn’t much to it.  Easy to clean and sanitize.

cln_img_4518Side view of the inside of the Linear Valve

cln_img_4536The valve body

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Hands On: Blichmann G2 BoilerMaker Kettle!

Review of Blichmann Engineering G2 BoilerMaker Kettle

The recently announced G2 Kettle is available in 7.510152030 and 55 gallon sizes.  The BoilerMaker G2 is designed and manufactured in the US.  It includes a Sight Glass w/Laser Etched Volume Markers, Adjustable Angle BrewMometer Thermometer, Linear Flow Valve and tool-less dip tube.  The G2 also features a 1.2 height to diameter ratio.

Here’s a hands on look at the Blichmann G2 BoilerMaker kettle.

cln_img_4415Here’s the box

cln_img_4420In case at any point you thought to yourself “I should probably drop this box”, there is a handy sticker that reminds you not to.

cln_img_4441A look at the kettle straight out of the box.  The new “Linear Flow Valve” comes installed, the Brewmometer Thermometer is not installed upon delivery.

cln_img_4465Here is the Blichmann Engineering name plate and BoilerMaker G2 name plate.  They’ve really stepped it up a notch here vs the G1 as the G1 just has a sticker.  This has no functional importance, but it does look cool.

cln_img_4467Just above the Linear Flow Valve, there is a small plate that reads… “Made in the USA”

cln_img_4448Here’s a look at the sight gauge

cln_img_4449This picture shows the laser etching for the sight glass

cln_img_4537The included Allen wrench allows you remove the top portion of the sight gauge for cleaning

cln_img_4545A brush is included to clean the sight gauge.

cln_img_4423A look inside the kettle.  The included dip tube is on the left hand side.

cln_img_4435A close up of the installed dip tube.

cln_img_4510The dip tube is a tool-less design, meaning, no tools are required to install or remove it.  From what I can gather, it’s the same as the G1.  Works great and it’s easy to use.

cln_img_4477When a first unboxed the G2, I went directly to the Linear Flow Valve.  After turning it a bit, I thought, yeah… it’s pretty cool.  After figuring it out, I can tell you that it is… revolutionary.  Keep reading.

cln_img_4478The Linear Valve’s Cool Touch Handle.  Cool Touch should maybe be “Cooler Touch”.  It is helpful, but still use caution when grabbing for the valve.  It can get warm, even hot.  Most of the time I am able to adjust with my bare hand, but there have been times I’ve grabbed something to shield my hand for the heat.  Heat-wise I would say this is a big improvement from the ball lock handle.

cln_img_4483The side of the Linear Valve, emblazoned with a Blichmann Logo B.  Note that the Linear Valve can be configured at any angle.

cln_img_4522This is the revolutionary part.  That’s light you see through the Linear Valve’s body.  After a while, I started looking through the manual to see how the Linear Valve comes apart.  What would I need to do to clean this?  What tools are required?  The valve simply unscrews and the entire inner workings pop out.  No tools.  When the thing just came off, it was a near jaw dropping moment for me.  I’ve got my fair share of 3 piece ball valves that can be taken apart for thorough cleaning.  How often do I take those apart for thorough cleaning?  I wouldn’t use the word… often.  The Linear Valve comes apart so easily that it will be cleaned every time I use the kettle.

cln_img_4515The inside of the linear valve.  There isn’t much to it.  Easy to clean and sanitize.

cln_img_4518Side view of the inside of the Linear Valve

cln_img_4536The valve body

cln_img_4484New handle design

cln_img_4492New lid handle design

cln_img_4505The lid handle is designed to fit in the kettle handle.

cln_img_4567G1 and G2 10 Gallon Blichmann BoilerMaker Kettles Side by Side

cln_img_4553The G2 with Brewmometer installed

http://www.homebrewfinds.com/2014/11/12-3-piece-stainless-steel-ball-valve-14-95.htmlAfter using it the first time, I decided to orient the valve facing to the side.  Changing the valve orientation is as easy loosening the back nut, changing positions and re-tightening.  The ring on the dip tube can be re-oriented so that the aligning pin fits correctly and the dip tube points down.  I’ve found a side benefit to this orientation.  If you have the valve facing away from you, you can lean the kettle back while carrying it to prevent stray wort from dripping while you’re carrying around the kettle.  I like that a lot, since I usually brew in the garage and do most cleaning in my basement.

Blichmann G2 Kettle Hands on ReviewHere’s a picture of the valve working on the new position.

Blichmann G2 Kettle Hands on Review Linear Valve TestAfter my “First Looks” Post, I received questions on the flow rate of Blichmann’s new linear valve design.  I had that same question.  To test, I filled both G1 and G2 kettles up to the bottom of their valve outlets.  I actually overfilled and then let the excess drain out.  With both valves opened, I dumped in three gallons of water (from a 5 gallon bucket) and (with my son’s help, despite rumors to the contrary I only have two arms :) timed how long it took to drain that three gallons.  We kept timing until the water level hit the top of the interior valve nut on both kettles.  I did that because I didn’t want to try and time the last dribbles coming out.  So, this was a 3 gallon-ish test.  Results: G1 – 2 Minutes and 4 Seconds, G2 1 Minute 46 Seconds.  The linear valve was 16 seconds slower.  Part of that may be because I have the valve oriented to the right.  The net result is that the flow rate is a bit less for the Linear Valve.  I have a suspicion that the difference will be less when using a pump.  I plan to try that in the future.  Either way, I would much rather have the Linear Flow Valve vs a Three Piece Ball Valve.  I have easily cleaned this every single time I’ve used the G2.

Blichmann G2 Kettle Hands on Review BIABBrewing MoreBeer’s M80 IPA BIAB Style with The Brew BagReview.  The G2′s Handles make nice spots to secure the bag.  Facebook Friend Brian asked if the BrewMometer’s interferes with the bag when brewing BIAB.  The answer is that BrewMometer’s probe is a short 2″.  It’s not sticking half way into the kettle.  It works well with Brew in a Bag.

Blichmann G2 Kettle Hands on Review BrewMometerThe BrewMometer showing the mash temp for M80

Blichmann G2 Kettle Hands on Review ChefAlarmI pulled out my ChefAlarmReview – to test out-of-the-box accuracy of the BrewMometer while brewing M80.  I’d say that is very close.  Of course, you can calibrate the BrewMometer as needed.

Blichmann G2 Kettle Hands on Review HopburstBrewing RiteBrew’s Amarillo HopBurst using the G2.  The string is the tied off specialty grains steeping bag.  Also Pictured: Brew Day WhiskReview and TopTier BrewStand.

Blichmann G2 Kettle Hands on Review RiteBrew Oatmeal StoutThis is the grain bill of RiteBrew’s partial mash Oatmeal Stout.

After using the G2 for a while, I can… wholeheartedly recommend it.  In true Blichmann fashion, it is a great piece of purpose designed brewing equipment from small thoughtful details to innovative new features (like the revolutionary Linear Flow Valve) to first quality materials and construction.  The Blichmann BoilerMaker G2 is a great homebrewing kettle!

The G2 line is available at a number of retailers including Great FermentationsMore BeerMidwest Supplies and Adventures in Homebrewing

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Shopping Tip: Blichmann gear is price controlled.  You’re not going to see a lot of difference from retailer to retailer, other than shipping fees and taxes.  For this particular purchase, I went with Adventures in Homebrewing because they are currently offering free shipping and I received the equivalent of 5% back via their rewards program.  That offer also applies to the TopTier Stand (and any options you include on the TopTier page) and the Tower of Power – Check it out - Here

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