Cold room

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jason1973
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Re: Cold room

Post #11 by jason1973 » 3 years ago

this always idea depending on budget and if there a Canadian distributor
http://www.kegworks.com/brew-cave-walk-in-beer-cooler-kegerator
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GreatBrewEh
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Re: Cold room

Post #12 by GreatBrewEh » 3 years ago

jason1973 wrote:this always idea depending on budget and if there a Canadian distributor
http://www.kegworks.com/brew-cave-walk-in-beer-cooler-kegerator
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The big FELLA started to rise when I saw this. :D
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ben58
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Re: Cold room

Post #13 by ben58 » 2 years ago

IT'S ALIVE. Used a 2 probe STC1000+. I have it running right now on a program to step the temperature down to 37 degrees F over the next 3 days. I'll keep everyone posted as to the progress of the temperature drop. :rockon:
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OldNelly
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Re: Cold room

Post #14 by OldNelly » 2 years ago

Here's another temp controller for cold room projects. Haven't tried one but they're supposed to work.
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ben58
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Re: Cold room

Post #15 by ben58 » 2 years ago

The dual probe STC was $40 versus $299. I am ahead.
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Re: Cold room

Post #16 by bellybuster » 2 years ago

I use the dual probe STC as well, I have no idea if the dual probe is doing anything but the wort temp stays rock solid.

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