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Topic: More than 8oz in Alp (5 msgs / 70 lines)
1) From: Michael Rochman
Have seen quite a bit about roasting less than 8 oz in an Alp,
but have seen nothing about roasting more than 8 oz in an Alp.
Has anyone experimented with loading the Alp with 10-12-14
oz or more? If so, what were your results?
Thanks, Mike
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2) From: SLR
I have roasted more then 8 oz (as high as 10 oz).  Over 8 oz and the beans
spill out the drum, and you end up with a bunch of under roasted beans that
spilled out.

3) From: Michael Rochman
That's what I wanted to know. Thanks, Mike
I have roasted more then 8 oz (as high as 10 oz).  Over 8 oz and the beans
spill out the drum, and you end up with a bunch of under roasted beans that
spilled out.
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4) From: John Cramer
All you have to do is incline the bean cup end of the roaster by 5-15%
to keep the beans in the drum. I've been doing that for months in order
to have uniform roasts.
HTH,
John
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5) From: Michael Rochman
John, How many ounces at a time are you roasting? Thanks, Mike
All you have to do is incline the bean cup end of the roaster by 5-15%
to keep the beans in the drum. I've been doing that for months in order
to have uniform roasts.
HTH,
John
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