Got some time to work on my control panel today. If you guys see something wrong please tell me. The wires running off to the right side are for main power coming in. I am going to hard wire a cord in the panel box with those wires.
You should post a schematic and larger (high resolution) images if you want feedback. The schematic will allow people to comment on the design. The larger (high resolution) images will allow people to comment on how you implemented the design.
It's impossible to tell anything from just small pictures like this. The parts can't be seen and the wiring is impossible to follow.
Check your e-stop button. Usually a red contact block on the back of the switch means it is a NC (normally closed) contact. This means the e stop button would have to be pushed in for the brewery to work and released to trip the estop (basically it will be backwards). If you leave it the way its wired up now the GFI breaker will trip every time you plug in the panel.
DANG!! You are right! Well, just ordered the right one. Thanks for catching that goof. If I had just went with the part number on P-Js schematic I would not have wasted the money, but I wanted a red instead of yellow and did not pay attention to no versus nc.
Oh by the way, thanks P-J for allowing me to steal your schematic!
I can't give you a technical electric code reason, but I don't really like having the receptacles on the front of the panel. Since you already did that you might consider using plugs with 90 degree angle feeds so the wires hang straight down instead of out and straining.