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Go to a plastic store, a catering store, or something similar and say you are looking for glass racks. There are many versions and something should work for you. Remember to take a bottle with to measure (width and height). Remember to ask about the weight that the rack can handle (if you want to store full bottles in the rack). OR: Make friends with your ...


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Late answer, but here goes: Look through the existing profiles to something that matches your setup the closest. Copy that profile and give it a new name. I have a 3 tier system with a hot liquor tank, a drinks cooler with false bottom for mash tun and a stainless steel kettle. First: get a large measuring jug and fill it to the top value. Pour this into ...


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Try FastRack. If you don't want to pay that much, you can use plastic containers with newspaper packed around the bottle to keep them from knocking into each other.


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I had a similar problem (with big batches of sauce, not beer) and used a 1/4" copper plate larger than the element to disperse the heat. Worked very well, but wasn't cheap. Aluminum plate might work nearly as well, and would be a lot cheaper.


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A simple fix may be to change your element to one with a lower watt density, such as Camco 02965. It has a density of 50W/8.5W per square inch/cm. These elements are longer than regular (HWD) heating elements and so spread the heat over a larger area.



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