Frozen Water Bottles Go In The Top And Fermenters In The Bottom
The top, bottom, front, back and sides have 2 inch thick foam panels on the inside to keep the cold in.
Fours Not A Crowd
The cold air from the frozen water bottles on top circulates downward forcing the warmer air upward where the cycle repeats itself naturally.
Ice Tray Holds Up To 15 Frozen Bottles
thanks for posting so many different beer recipes that are from grain and that use a mr.beer sized keg. Im just wondering how your able to do this? are you just using qbrew and it figures it out or do you have a formula for that? I unfortunately cant seem to get qbrew and mr.beer download to work together, so i dont know if the program is doing the math or what.ReplyDelete
You can download the recipe in qBrew file format, save it in your qBrew program folder and open the recipe. When you open a recipe file the ingredients do not have to be in the database for you to view it.ReplyDelete
could we get more specs on this chsmber, how to construct?ReplyDelete
I don't have any formal design documents other than those published in my original posting of 'Screwy's Fermentation Chamber'. I do have a material cut list which I brought to Home Depot, they cut the 4 x 8 foot 1/2 inch plywood sheets down into the top, bottom, sides and front. If your still interested let me know.ReplyDelete
Screwy would you be able to post the material list as I'd be interested in building the same if you are seeing good results from your work.ReplyDelete