HERMS Brewing System (home brewing) mike | June 12, 2016 | Video Blog | 9 Comments I show how I have adapted my system to now use the HERMS concepts, but I have implemented it using my heat exchanger instead of a coil in the hot liquor tank. Video Rating: / 5 Best Picks For You Tags:Brewing, HERMS, HERMS Brewing System Review, Home, System Related Posts Build to the Brewery Campaign Part 1: Brew Equipment 18 Comments | Jun 12, 2016 Homebrewing Dietitian – Gluten Free Beer Brewing Part 1 2 Comments | Jun 12, 2016 The Beginner’s Guide to Making Home Brew 20 Comments | Jun 12, 2016 How To Brew Your Own Beer with Bonnie (for less than $2 a 6-Pack!) 20 Comments | Jun 12, 2016 9 Comments jovani lemus June 12, 2016 Log in to Reply very creative and simple Gerben Ras June 12, 2016 Log in to Reply If it works it works, but generally when using heat exchangers you want to have the cold entrance on the bottom and the warm exit on top, this helps with the flow. It might be less of an issue with plate type exchangers but since you're also not using a counter flow setup I thought I'd mention it. Larry Mikrut June 12, 2016 Log in to Reply Awesome system! Could you tell me what power supply you use as well as a parts list for the copper popping arms? The Weekend Brew June 12, 2016 Log in to Reply Cool setup – how much does something like that cost? mark peterson June 12, 2016 Log in to Reply nice set up! how many watts is the induction cooktop? The Weekend Brew June 12, 2016 Log in to Reply very fancy. cant wait to add something like this to my setup Matthew Moisen June 12, 2016 Log in to Reply I think I have that same induction cook top. I have to plug it in and then push the power button. How do you get the induction cook top to turn on automatically after you add power to it, or are you running it continuously the whole time? If the latter, how do you regulate the temperature of the mash so that it doesn't get to hot or cold? Eric Costante June 12, 2016 Log in to Reply Can you boil with that heating burner as well> Thomas Wrath June 12, 2016 Log in to Reply nice video, i really like your idea of using the heat exchanger instead of a coil in your hot liquor tank. can you tell me where you purchased your filter for you heat exchanger? do you use your heat exchanger to cool your wort as well? Add a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.