HERMS – Build Log #2

Its been a long ride, getting this HERMS completed. Mostly due to the share number of small things that needs to be done. A good tip is, if you are building your own system, use a good amount of time in the planning phase. Small additions like an extra temperature sensor can mean alot of extra fittings etc.. Right, so lets get into it. We completed the setup of all 3 kettles. This included; Ball Read more…

HERMS – Build Log #1

So, its almost time to get the new brewery a run for its money (and it was alot of money) 🙂 New brewstand (tabletop) is installed with 2x chugger ss pumps ready to serve fluids around.   Coverart created by Laymik from Noun Project

SSR – The key ingredient

Its seems that more and more brewers are looking into and building their own brewery controllers. We have had some great chats with other brewers regarding CraftBeerPi and the Automated Brewery Guide for the hardware. Some of the questions that we receive and we find on the forums are related to the SSR. What type to get, how to wire them and how to install them. So i thought we would offer our two cents Read more…

Something went wrong

So, where to begin. Its been a hectic summer, both at the brewery building our new HERMS setup, but also on the IT side. Running websites and all sorts of people engagement media, requires resources and time. All that is done with pure joy and enthusiasm, but there is that risk of dealing with attacks and the shitty part of the world wide web. Back early June, we took down the site and moved to Read more…

HLT (Hot Liquor Tank)

And so, it began.. The HLT comes together at last.. The hardware: QMax holepunch for a 21mm (1/2″) hole. This will ensure a smooth cut instead of burred from a traditional drill.      Link: https://store.brewpi.com/q-max-sheet-metal-hole-punch-21mm HLT Coil – weldless type. This does not require any tubing fittings etc to mount.. Its also held suspended nicely when you fasten the two nuts on the outside of the kettle.                   Read more…

Selg varer i egen nettbutikk

Vi har hatt som et lite sideprosjekt å lage en side for bryggere, hvor vi kan selge varer vi ikke trenger eller har overskudd av. MittBryggeri.com har vært “live” en stund nå, men har også vært under utvikling siden den ble publisert. Vi føler nå at vi er ganske fornøyde med både siden og funksjonene den tilbyr. Det aller meste er tilgjengelig med Norsk språk og custom til vårt behov. Så hva kan du bruke Read more…