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CCB451 04-19-2012 02:31 AM

Electrical Brewery Build My Story
 
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I have been doing 5 gallon batches for a long time now and have been doing all grain for quite a while now. I have been disenchanted with my current setup with my cooler mash tun and not being able to hold a consistent temperature during the mash. I have been trying many different things to make this more consistent. When I found out about The Electric Brewery and the consistency that you can maintain with that setup I knew that was what I wanted to build.

I would like to thank this sight and all of the information that I have found on here for giving me the motivation to undertake this project. I would like to thank Kal for his wonderful site and the step by step instructions contained on his site.

I have been following Kal's instructions for building my electric brewery. I decided to start with the brew bench while I am waiting for all of the other components and it will also give me more space to work with.

After the brew bench I built the vent hood, I chose to make mine out of wood to save a bit on the cost. Then I added a sink and prerinse faucet.


CCB451 04-19-2012 02:31 AM

Electrical Brewery Build My Story
 
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I have been doing 5 gallon batches for a long time now and have been doing all grain for quite a while now. I have been disenchanted with my current setup with my cooler mash tun and not being able to hold a consistent temperature during the mash. I have been trying many different things to make this more consistent. When I found out about The Electric Brewery and the consistency that you can maintain with that setup I knew that was what I wanted to build.

I would like to thank this sight and all of the information that I have found on here for giving me the motivation to undertake this project. I would like to thank Kal for his wonderful site and the step by step instructions contained on his site.

I have been following Kal's instructions for building my electric brewery. I decided to start with the brew bench while I am waiting for all of the other components and it will also give me more space to work with.

After the brew bench I built the vent hood, I chose to make mine out of wood to save a bit on the cost. Then I added a sink and prerinse faucet.


CCB451 04-25-2012 03:39 AM

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Here is a picture of the hood.


CCB451 04-25-2012 03:46 AM

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I have been spend a lot of time building lately, so have not had time to post pictures for awhile, but am taking a break tonight to do just that.

Have made a lot of progress I feel in the last two weeks due to many way too late nights in the build process(have seen the sun rise a couple of times).

So far I have completed the Boil Kettle, MLT Kettle, Transfer pumps, Wort Chiller, Hoses, Power cables and have most of the components installed into the control panel.


CCB451 04-25-2012 03:46 AM

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I have been spend a lot of time building lately, so have not had time to post pictures for awhile, but am taking a break tonight to do just that.

Have made a lot of progress I feel in the last two weeks due to many way too late nights in the build process(have seen the sun rise a couple of times).

So far I have completed the Boil Kettle, MLT Kettle, Transfer pumps, Wort Chiller, Hoses, Power cables and have most of the components installed into the control panel.


CCB451 04-25-2012 03:46 AM

5 Attachment(s)

I have been spend a lot of time building lately, so have not had time to post pictures for awhile, but am taking a break tonight to do just that.

Have made a lot of progress I feel in the last two weeks due to many way too late nights in the build process(have seen the sun rise a couple of times).

So far I have completed the Boil Kettle, MLT Kettle, Transfer pumps, Wort Chiller, Hoses, Power cables and have most of the components installed into the control panel.


CCB451 04-25-2012 03:46 AM

5 Attachment(s)

I have been spend a lot of time building lately, so have not had time to post pictures for awhile, but am taking a break tonight to do just that.

Have made a lot of progress I feel in the last two weeks due to many way too late nights in the build process(have seen the sun rise a couple of times).

So far I have completed the Boil Kettle, MLT Kettle, Transfer pumps, Wort Chiller, Hoses, Power cables and have most of the components installed into the control panel.


CCB451 04-25-2012 03:46 AM

5 Attachment(s)

I have been spend a lot of time building lately, so have not had time to post pictures for awhile, but am taking a break tonight to do just that.

Have made a lot of progress I feel in the last two weeks due to many way too late nights in the build process(have seen the sun rise a couple of times).

So far I have completed the Boil Kettle, MLT Kettle, Transfer pumps, Wort Chiller, Hoses, Power cables and have most of the components installed into the control panel.


CCB451 04-25-2012 03:49 AM

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Picture of the Pumps, hoses and the control panel. The only thing I am waiting on is the Amp meter to get here on the slow boat from China.


CCB451 04-25-2012 03:49 AM

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Picture of the Pumps, hoses and the control panel. The only thing I am waiting on is the Amp meter to get here on the slow boat from China.



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