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At UBrew in Bermondsey, London, UK they have used beer taps as the faucets in the bathrooms, only cold so no temp control issues but they work well and are a nice novel touch. If you were to have a pre mix on the hot then you could likely get away with cold and warm, but I would avoid using just hot unless you don't have very hot water in your house; as ...


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Short answer. Not recommended. Most house pressure is 25+ psi which could auto open a standard beer faucet or perlick style. I think a stout tap would hold the pressure but they are expensive. A standard shaft style (not perlick) would start to stick from hard water in a short amount of time. But most importantly, most municipal water companies require ...


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Oh! Instead of normal faucets you want to use beer taps! :) Temperature of the water coming out of the tap cannot be controlled by how far you pull the tap, only the speed at which the water will be dispensed. If you want temp to be controlled by the tap, you will have to have an inline heater/cooler that will be electronically connected (somehow) to the ...


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This is a super old thread but I had to deal with this recently and I was very happy with my results. Living in a walk-up second story apartment in Chicago, space being limited I purchased one of these Ikea BRIMNES wardrobes. As a 5 gallon + 1 gallon extract brewer, this fit all of my equipment perfectly, gave my carboys a nice quiet place to sit during ...


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In "How to Brew", John Palmer claims that if you wrap a bottle top with aluminum foil and then sanitize it in the oven, the bottle will remain sanitized indefinitely (as long as the top stays wrapped in foil).



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