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Old 08-03-2008, 11:46 PM   #501
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I'm going to have about 6 circuits total, but plenty of outlets for convenience sake. I don't expect much to plug in, but you can't have too many outlets.
true,,,its more than my house to
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Old 08-04-2008, 08:19 PM   #502
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my buddies garage has you beat...he litterally has at least a single gang box every 6 foot, and double stacked 4 feet apart...it's nuts. We have the running joke "dude, get the long extension cord, I can't find a close enough outlet."

Is it overkill, yes, but it freaking is awesome!

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Old 08-11-2008, 11:40 PM   #503
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No updates for the weekend?

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Old 08-16-2008, 10:32 PM   #504
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Edwort,

Could I please request an update? Even if it's "nothing new" it would make me happy to see.

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Old 08-16-2008, 10:43 PM   #505
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Lowe's finally shipped my last bundle of shingles and the roof and outside are finished except for caulk, paint and some finishing trim over the porch.

A big thanks to Virtuous who loaned me his coil nailer. It made for very short work on sticking shingles!!!!!

I'm on my way to San Diego right now taking my daughter back to SDSU with her car and a load of stuff. Just made the drive from Austin to Tucson, AZ in 13 hours.

Time for a dip in the pool before heading to Thunder Canyon brewery for dinner.

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Old 08-17-2008, 04:24 PM   #506
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Ed,

I haven't read through this entire thread, so pardon if its already been covered, but have you given any special consideration to the floor under the area you rig is going to be?

As you know, my brewery is in the garage, but I was thinking how if I had an elevated floor like you do, I would probably do something to that area to splash proof it and put a drain in the floor so I could just hose it down to clean up boilovers, etc...

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Old 08-19-2008, 06:30 AM   #507
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Ed doesn't boilover, that's left for BM

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Ed doesn't boilover, that's left for BM
The first part is true as I have a Blingmann Boilermaker. That 20 gallon kettle rocks!
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Could I please request an update? Even if it's "nothing new" it would make me happy to see.
EdWort, You are an inspiration to almost all on this forum. And I've seen that you have been busy many weekends, and I don't mean to rub it in, but after 4.5 months do you have a timeline for completion? Tons of support either way. Looks great.
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I just got back in town. I expect to get the inside wiring done this weekend including the breaker panel, then install the ceiling and start insulating.

Between time & money, I hope to have it done in the fall. I need to get my brew rig built as well. Lots of work, little time, but it's nice to have it to the point where I can tinker in it in the evenings.

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