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Old 12-04-2009, 04:35 AM   #1
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After reading the http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f51/show...ure-rig-73794/ and getting lots of ideas I finally built my brew stand. Thanks to all the people that posted pictures of their wood brew stands. It will have to wait for spring for paint since its to cold in Detroit area for paint to dry outside.



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Old 12-04-2009, 04:42 AM   #2
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Haven't read http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f51/show...ure-rig-73794/ , and the rig looks nice, but may I ask "how ya gonna keep it from catching fire?"

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FERMENTING: Heady Topper Clone?
CONDITIONING: 40 gallons KBS clone in a Jim Beam Barrel (since 11/24/12)
DRINKING: Smoked Robust Porter, Orange Coriander Pale Ale #5
THINKING: first foray into lagers?
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Old 12-04-2009, 04:42 AM   #3
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Would that be natural gas or propane driven?

Nice job.

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To Gammon N Beer: Its propane. I have NG at the house and plan sometime in the future to get a professional to run gas line to my outdoor garage so I don't have to keep getting the propane tanks refilled.

To annasdadhockey: I got quite a bit of clearance from the burner to the surrounding wood. I did test fire for about 15 minutes today with some water in the keggle and I could put my hand on the nearby wood. It was warm to the touch but didn't burn me. I have a fire extinguisher in my garage just in case.

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Old 12-04-2009, 04:59 AM   #5
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Nice job on the stand, certainly would not be difficult to tack some flashing around the firehole, or cement board?? Agreed, one would really have to be asleep at the switch for the stand to catch fire and become strucurally unsound.

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To Gammon N Beer: Its propane. I have NG at the house and plan sometime in the future to get a professional to run gas line to my outdoor garage so I don't have to keep getting the propane tanks refilled.

To annasdadhockey: I got quite a bit of clearance from the burner to the surrounding wood. I did test fire for about 15 minutes today with some water in the keggle and I could put my hand on the nearby wood. It was warm to the touch but didn't burn me. I have a fire extinguisher in my garage just in case.
Very cool. I was just curious.
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