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      Quote Originally Posted by silntrunin View Post
      Nice post! But if your only brewing for yourself or a small group its not cost effective to buy an autoclave and all the other things mentioned. Don't get me wrong, if you have the means then get the equipment. Having said that, I've been brewing for quite some time and have never had any issues using just alcohol and sterilizing breakers in the oven. Again not exactly professional but it works. I've never had any infections using my own brews, had plenty of flu symptoms using other UGL gear though. Plus the oil will be filtered anyway so you shouldn't have any issues. As far as the media bottles if you buy the plastic ones (pictured), just toss after each use so no worries on sterilization. You can get the whole thing together filter and media bottle. One use and done. Why mess with sterilizing media bottles (although I have used glass ones also) but just easier to dispose after use. xxgainsxx, not sure what you mean about sterilizing the vacuum. If your an UGL then by all means you should be using equipment list above but if your just brewing for yourself and a few buddies or to sell a little to cover your costs then you really don't need all that equipment. Thats just my feelings on the subject. I'm sure some will agree and some will disagree.
      You clearly haven't read everything I wrote.

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      Quote Originally Posted by xxgainsxx View Post
      Cheers mate! Yeah just for myself I have heard the plastic media bottles break super easily and Id hate to waste a batch Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
      Those filters aren't made to filter oil. Pressure will 90% of the time make the plastic media bottles crack. I think some people have had some luck with autofil bottles.

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      thanks for the useful information.

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      very nice

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      Its been some years since this post but is this still the standard for brewing?


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