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Flame King YSN-201 20-Pound Steel Propane Cylinder With Type 1 Overflow Protection Device Valve

Flame King Propane Tank with Type 1 Overflow Protection Device by Flame King

  • High grade steel welded propane cylinder
  • Premium OPD valve assembly
  • X-ray and hydrostatic tested
  • Powder coated for long lasting exterior protection

Flame King YSN-201 20-Pound Steel Propane Cylinder With Type 1 Overflow Protection Device Valve

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Bayou Classic SQ14 Propane Burner

Bayou Classic SQ14 Single Burner Outdoor Patio Stove

SQ14 Single LP Burner Patio Stove by Bayou Classic.  Heavy Duty Steel Frame, 13″ Tall, Large 16″ by 16″ Cooking surface.  Includes UL listed 29″ hose, regulator and valve assembly.

Bayou Classic SQ14 Single Burner Outdoor Patio Stove

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Reader Tip: Bayou Classic SQ14 Propane Burner

Bayou Classic SQ14 Single Burner Outdoor Patio StoveSQ14 Single LP Burner Patio Stove by Bayou Classic.  Heavy Duty Steel Frame, 13″ Tall, Large 16″ by 16″ Cooking surface.  Includes UL listed 29″ hose, regulator and valve assembly.

Bayou Classic SQ14 Single Burner Outdoor Patio Stove

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New from MoreBeer: The Trub Trapper – Boil Kettle Filtration System

The Trub Trapper

MoreBeer has introduced the Trub Trapper.  A boil kettle filtration system designed to capture break material and pelletized hops in your boil kettle.

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More about the Trub Trapper

from MoreBeer…

The TrübTrapper is a boil kettle filtration system designed to capture the break material and pelletized hops – trub – in your boil kettle, and keep this unwanted material out of your fermenter, and your beer. It’s incredibly easy to use – just place it in your boil kettle and include a post-boil whirlpool step. That’s it!

Break material formed during the boil can adversely affect fermentation and produce undesirable qualities in your finished beer. You worked to remove these unwanted by-products during the boil, why put them back into your beer? Professional brewers do all they can to make sure trub stays out of their fermenters, shouldn’t you?

Pair with the Big Dipper from Hastings Brew Works for a complete whirlpool add on package.

Specifications:

  • Sized for 10 and 15 gallon kettles
  • Dimensions – 9” DIA x 2.7” HGT
  • Passivated stainless steel body
  • Food grade silicone gaskets capable of temps to 600F
  • FDA / BfR (EC) compliant materials and construction

 

The Trub Trapper BE550 – $49.99 + Free Shipping with a $59 order

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Propane Tips – Refill vs Swaps and Extra Tanks

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Pictured: Worthington 303955 20-Pound Steel Propane Cylinder With Type 1 With Overflow Prevention Device Valve via Amazon

Refill vs swap.  The capacity of the standard 20 lb propane tank is, well.. around 20 lbs.  Several years ago, some swap services started to underfill tanks.  For example, it’s my understanding that Blue Rhino fills to 15 lbs and Heritage Propane fills to 17 lbs.

For me, refilling a tank to 20 lbs is actually less expensive than swapping it out. For the purpose of comparison, let’s say that refilling and swapping are the same… $20 to swap and $20 to refill.  The fill costs you $1/lb.  If you’re refilling with a vendor that fills to 15 lbs, you’re paying $1.33/;b or 33% more.

When you refill your tank – You’re, generally, saving money,  You’re supporting a local business and saving yourself time because you don’t have to get propane as often.

Extra tanks.  I suggest having an extra tank (or two) of propane on hand.  Running out of propane mid brew is a bummer.  It is inconvenient and you can end up with a different beer than you intended because of the delay.  This can also be a money saving thing too if you refiller charges by the tank.  Since you don’t want to run out of propane on brew day, you may be more likely to swap or refill a tank that still have propane left in it.

Worthington 303955 20-Pound Steel Propane Cylinder With Type 1 With Overflow Prevention Device Valve

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100 Hop or Grain Bags

Hops Boiling Bags 100 Pack 28" (Beer Brewing Bags)

100 Pack 5″ by 28″ Bags for boiling hops or steeping grains.  Grain capacity is 3 to 5 lbs.

Hops Boiling Bags 100 Pack 28″ (Beer Brewing Bags)

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12 Stainless Portion Cups – for Hops and Boil Additions & More

Individual Condiment Sauce Cups- One Dozen - 21/2 Oz. Ounce by Update International

(12) Stainless Steel Portion Cups by Update International,  I keep similar stainless steel portion cups in my Brew Day Box,

You can use these to portion out hopcln_img_5420-225x300 additions and other boil additions and for pH and gravity sample containers.  These are a great size and don’t take a lot of room since they nest together.  Check out my Hands on Review

Individual Condiment Sauce Cups- One Dozen – 2 1/2 Oz. Ounce by Update International

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