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Topic: Diedrich 1 Kilo Roaster (22 msgs / 691 lines)
1) From: decesarecj
DIEDRICH IS COMING OUT WITH A TABLE TOP, 1 KILO ROASTER IN JAN.   I HAVE (2 ) HOT TOPS,  BUT NEED A LITTLE  MORE.    ANYONE HEAR ANY INFO ON THIS UPCOMING UNIT?  THANKS!
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2) From: Alchemist John
I have heard $3.8-5 K, depending on options.  My first thought there is 'ouch'.
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3) From: Jim Couch
This is what I found....http://www.diedrichroasters.com/homeroast.htmlOn Thu, Nov 26, 2009 at 4:43 PM, Alchemist John
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4) From: R Nepsund
Quoting from diedrichroasters.
We have introduced the NEW IR-1 Kilo gas PROFILE LAB ROASTER. This is
the first of its kind on the market in the world today allowing you to
either roast as a standard small "boutique roaster" OR use it to
develop Profiles on small batches and transfer the profile to larger
IR and CR roasters. Orders are being taken but production will not
begin until December 2009 with shipping to commence Q1 2010. Price
begins at USD $ 6,500.00 + options, profile data logging, crating and
shipping charged additionally.
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5) From: Scace, Gregory E. Mr.
Well it ain't no toy roaster like a hot top.  A commercial roaster has a lot of appeal if you're serious about your roasting and you don't wanna roast tiny batches every week.  I'm very fortunate to have a 1 kilo commercial roaster because there are precious few of them around as the size is too small to support much of a coffee shop.  You'd be hard-pressed to turn out 3 kg per hour and you'd go broke doing so.  However it's the perfect size for someone who roasts weekly or bi-weekly and I suspect it's prolly the last roaster one would need to buy.  Compared to my Has Garanti, I'd expect the quality of the Diedrich to be waaaay higher (ask me how much time I spent fixing manufacturing stupidity).  Price is not out of line considering the production scale.
-Greg

6) From: Les
I love my 1/2 Kilo USRC commercial roaster.  It is much more practical
for the homeroaster than a 1K roaster in my opinion.  I can roast a
half pound with excellent profiles, something I doubt could be done on
a full kilo roaster.  I am not saying a 1K isn't an excellent choice,
it just seems like it might be too much of a good thing for home use.
Price range seems to be reasonable for what you are getting.  Once you
roast on a commercial type roaster, there is go going back.
Les
P.S.  I have been scarce on the list because I am moving to Boise,
Idaho this month.  My current position was terminated here in
Roseburg.  It isn't much fun looking for a new job and having to move
after being in one place for 20 years.
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oast tiny batches every week.  I'm very fortunate to have a 1 kilo commer=
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7) From: Robert Yoder
Les,
Sorry to hear about the job situation.  It's happening all over.
I hope the move is smooth and the search is successful!
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8) From: Dave Huddle
Les,
Best wishes for your move and new job.
I've been wondering about you silence on the list.
Dave
-- Les
- P.S.  I have been scarce on the list because I am moving to Boise,
- Idaho this month.  My current position was terminated here in
- Roseburg.  It isn't much fun looking for a new job and having to move
- after being in one place for 20 years.
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9) From: miKe mcKoffee
Actually I'll agree to disagree. The 1k could be an excellent choice for a
home roaster because of it's ability to do full size kilo batches when
needed as well as smaller batches. For instance half capacity batches no
problem on my USRC 3k. You do of course need to run the roaster differently
for smaller batches.
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10) From: Doug Hoople
We're talking homeroasters here, aren't we, and not commercial roasting?
Homeroasting strikes me as being more about experimentation with smaller
lots of a vast variety of coffee, and less about getting consistent results
of a single coffee in kilo-denominated lot sizes.
Thus, it would seem to me that a .5-kilo roaster that easily roasts half of
that would be ideal lfor a true homeroaster.
Just my $0.02, and I'm years away from anything so lofty (I'm still using a
heat gun!), so I can be ignored at will.
Doug
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11) From: Scace, Gregory E. Mr.
Depends on what you want to do with your roasting.  If you enjoy the process of roasting small batches over and over, then you should do so.  If you think that home roasting is best done every other week or so, you are looking for consistency, and you don't want to spend 6 hours roasting, then a 1kg is just right.  The only downside is when learning what profile to use with a specific coffee.  I do 1# batches when I'm learning a coffee.  Even if I screw up, the results don't suck, and if I don't like it, I give it away.  Once I have it dialed in, I spend a reasonable time roasting and I'm able to support my friends' habits, as well as mine.
-Greg

12) From: Jim Gundlach
Les,
      I am saddened by your job loss.  Hope your new one is as good or  
even better.
            pecan jim
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13) From: John A C Despres
Les, Good luck with the job search and the move. Gee, you have some heavy
gear to move, too, don't you? Lathe, roaster... But that's the just the
garage.
Peace.
John
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14) From: John and Emma
Les,
I'm so sorry to hear of your situation. There is a better opportunity
waiting for you. May your move be smooth and your horizon bright.
John H.

15) From: Marty Wooten
Les,
I am sorry to hear of the challenges you are facing. I hope the job search
and move goes as well as possible.
Marty
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16) From: Les
Thanks for all the "well wishes!"  The good news is I now have a
fantastic new job at St. Luke's Hospital in Boise, Idaho I start on
the 14th of December as a staff chaplain.  That is what is prompting
the move.  I do have a lot of hardware to move!   The Behmor will be
going over with me so I can have some fresh roasted coffee.  I am not
sure how often I will be back in Roseburg, and when I am I don't know
if I will have time to crank up the USRC.   This is way off topic, but
I thought I needed to respond.  The tough part is selling the house
and being away from the family while the process of getting for here
to there happens.  I did have to take a considerable cut in pay, but
the work environment is so much better, and I will have more time for
making tampers and the family once we get settled.  Your continued
thoughts and prayers are appreciated.  The coffee situation seems
bleak as we visited a couple of local coffee haunts when we were in
Boise last month and it was bad bad bad.  Hey!  Mike McKoffee, how
about starting a Boise branch?
Les
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18) From: Barry Luterman
Les we just sold our house. It's a pain but real estate is starting to move
again. We got a relatively good deal from a physician who couldn't add very
well. Offered him a deal and he countered with a deal that paid me $800 more
than the deal I offered him. We close Jan 4. Showing the house is a pain but
once you get it really clean it is easy to maintain between showings. Good
luck. The family will join you soon.
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19) From: Edward Bourgeois
Les
Wow, a chaplain that can not only give some comforting words but as
hand you a sooothing homeroasted cap. Best wishes with the move.
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20) From: raymanowen
What Doug said!
There is an analogy between the home owner using a Toro lawn mower on his
property, vs using the landscaper's golf course manicuring equipment on the
home lot. The earthmoving contractor would have little use for proving he
could pull a hundred bottom plow on the King Ranch in Texas with a
Caterpillar D-10.
My coffee only has to satisfy my Celtic Critic wife, our friends and me.
Happily, the necessity of proper grinding and brewing to the spectacular
flavor of single estate coffee is pretty well-known among my friends.
There are three "burr" grinders- one rank toy and two well-known comical
burr jobs, and two of my former toy espresso machines that have found good
homes as a result of my efforts to prove espresso to be an unworthy waste of
good beans. So, now we like it, dammit.
I thought the paradigm was the yuppie "elende, dreckig Scheisse!" -my
exclusive experience at the well-known Fourbucks emporiums of coffee-like
drinks.
Cheers, Mabuhay, Iechyd da -RayO, aka Opa!
Persist in old ways; expect different results - suborn Insanity...
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21) From: J.W.Bullfrog
Well, If I had started out with doing 1 LB roasts 8 or 10 years ago (that
long) I would not have learned the orgins and roasting like I did.
My little FR was such that I did 3 roasts on one day and then drank the
coffee for the next 3-4. All 3 were differnet, and still green left to try a
different roast on. Also I never drank the same coffee for the next cup.
Quite an education.
Now, 1 roast a week, 1 lb, same coffee all week. Since I only buy 1 lb of
any coffee, no 2nd 'like try it this way' roasts.
FYI, I'm the only coffee drinker in the house.
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22) From: Doug Hutson
I have visited Boise a number of times from my home base here in East
Tennessee, and I love it. I have thought it would be a great place to live.
Doug Hutson


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