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Mesh Cleaning Cloth for RoboChoc

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Hi All,

What would you recommend I use for the cloth to hold the grains for the ROTM RoboChoc?

 

Cheers

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G'day df05, if going this way a chux or similar is what is being suggested. wink

 

 

Cheers.

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If you use a chux cloth I reckon to buy the large ones

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I don't use cloths just poor it through a strainer before boiling

 

Yeah same here, you could use a big hop bag though, which I will probably do when I make my 2nd batch of Robo Choc and cold steep, 1st batch I hot steeped and strained.

 

Cheers

Guzz

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Last time I used a hop sock I wasn't a happy fella devildevildevil

All was going just friggin dandy till it came time to keg devildevil

Hmm I thought, not much bloody flow!!!!

Took dumb ass me a little while to work out what I had done.

That friggin hop sock was right up against the tap.

Ahh ha I thought, I have a brand new set of long stainless steel tongs I can use.

(never used yet as weather in Melb has been crap lately)

So sprayed them with starsan, waited for it to work and plucked out the hop bag.

Ta Daaaa too easy I thought, then started to drain again. devildevil

Frigg, lots of sediment was coming through, I must have dislodged some when pulling up the hop bag.

At this point being a mad drunken half Scott half Irish I was pretty keen to throw the bloody FV across the garage devildevildevildevil

But alas I composed myself.

Moral of the story, sanitise a few marbles and put them in the hop sack, and toss it in the opposite side to the tap biggrin

 

EDIT, I just realised that what I wrote has nothing to do with the OP's post, sorry just consider it one of my insane rants whistlingwhistlingwhistling

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