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Newly Minted Brew Kettle
2014-10-26
This morning, I got off to an early start and went over to Jerry Payton's house to cut open the top of a keg in order to turn it into a brew kettle. Aside from buying the wrong size grinding disk and Jerry not having the handle on his grinder, everything went really smoothly. We stuck an engineered system of wood blocks in the center hole of the keg and attached the grinder to the wood with the standard homeowner tool. We hung the cord over the garage door opener track and plugged it into the same outlet used by the opener. After cutting most of the way through, my back started to ache a little, so I gave Jerry a turn. He got the honor of the final cut dropping the center piece into the newly minted brew-kettle.

Now, all I have to do is drill the hole for the weldless ball-valve and spend $300 on other crap. Then, I'll be able to make my own beer!

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