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stokems 12-26-2008 01:28 PM

brew rig
 
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1550 clone built by my father.


stokems 12-26-2008 01:28 PM

brew rig
 
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1550 clone built by my father.


98EXL 01-05-2009 05:40 PM

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I started off with a $20 Clearance Turkey Fryer kit from Dick's. That was great, I was able to do almost full boils for extract, and was able to do it outside. Then the AG bug hit. I don't have the means for the uber sculpture that I want now, so instead I contracted my buddy to help build the uber burner stand.

So here it is a lot higher than it was, not painted, and thinking the tank would look cool underneath it:

Attachment 9083

Painted now, and structurally sound with obligatory puppy pose:

Attachment 9084

Then after loads of beers, the MIG welder got fired up and we decided to make a nice side cart so to speak for the CFC:

Attachment 9085

Needs some more paint and some finishing touches like hooks for my stirring spoon etc, and I'm thinking maybe another small side cart to put **** on would be nice, who knows at this point.

And yes, the CFC is lopsided....made that druck, need to make it look straight


98EXL 01-05-2009 05:40 PM

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I started off with a $20 Clearance Turkey Fryer kit from Dick's. That was great, I was able to do almost full boils for extract, and was able to do it outside. Then the AG bug hit. I don't have the means for the uber sculpture that I want now, so instead I contracted my buddy to help build the uber burner stand.

So here it is a lot higher than it was, not painted, and thinking the tank would look cool underneath it:

Attachment 9083

Painted now, and structurally sound with obligatory puppy pose:

Attachment 9084

Then after loads of beers, the MIG welder got fired up and we decided to make a nice side cart so to speak for the CFC:

Attachment 9085

Needs some more paint and some finishing touches like hooks for my stirring spoon etc, and I'm thinking maybe another small side cart to put **** on would be nice, who knows at this point.

And yes, the CFC is lopsided....made that druck, need to make it look straight


98EXL 01-05-2009 05:40 PM

3 Attachment(s)

I started off with a $20 Clearance Turkey Fryer kit from Dick's. That was great, I was able to do almost full boils for extract, and was able to do it outside. Then the AG bug hit. I don't have the means for the uber sculpture that I want now, so instead I contracted my buddy to help build the uber burner stand.

So here it is a lot higher than it was, not painted, and thinking the tank would look cool underneath it:

Attachment 9083

Painted now, and structurally sound with obligatory puppy pose:

Attachment 9084

Then after loads of beers, the MIG welder got fired up and we decided to make a nice side cart so to speak for the CFC:

Attachment 9085

Needs some more paint and some finishing touches like hooks for my stirring spoon etc, and I'm thinking maybe another small side cart to put **** on would be nice, who knows at this point.

And yes, the CFC is lopsided....made that druck, need to make it look straight


bplaughlin 01-08-2009 12:58 AM

Brew Stand
 
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This is my new brew stand. I haven't used it yet but will this weekend. I built it for around $100 and coated it with lacquer to make cleanup easier in case of a spill or boil over.


bplaughlin 01-08-2009 12:58 AM

Brew Stand
 
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This is my new brew stand. I haven't used it yet but will this weekend. I built it for around $100 and coated it with lacquer to make cleanup easier in case of a spill or boil over.


polecreek 01-30-2009 12:17 AM

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heres mine


ddknight 02-28-2009 03:09 PM

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Here's what I've come up with:


tolip_ck1 03-21-2009 12:55 PM

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Brew Monster



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