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Using Plate Chiller

I was planning on recirculating the wort in the boil kettle until I’ve reached my pitching temp and then transfer to a fermenter. I have seen some videos online using and inline thrumometer and going straight into the carboy? I don’t think it will be cool enough to go straight into the carboy. Is there a wrong way to do this?

Thanks

Think you could do it either way, I go straight in to my carboy from my therminator and am able to easily cool the wort to pitching temps. (caveat is that MN ground water is nice and cool)

You need to close the ball valve on the boil kettle and limit the flow of hot wort though the plate chiller so you can obtain the temp you want.

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