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Old 10-15-2012, 04:34 AM   #1
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So I was originally going to build a building near my pool as a poolhouse/brewery build. But there was a lot of unnecessary work involved and I had a pole building in the back yard that was a great candidate. So we've been spending time renovating it this past summer and fall. Uploading pictures is a pain so I'll do my best to get things up to date.

Originally there were steps inside to the upstairs attic. To increase space we ripped those steps out and built a set on the outside.











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Early views of what will one day become a bar. And the water lines. We dug up the original frost free spigot and tied the water in for full time h20 to the building. My friend said he could make a curved bar so we will roll with it and see how it works out.









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Ran a separate 200A service and Nat Gas to the building





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Looks like it'll be awesome! Subscribing.

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Insulation in and the beginnings of the bar showing.







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Got the building staind (what I can figure can be the 1st since it was built probably 13 years ago.) Also decided to take out the 2nd garage door this year instead of next and replace it with a french door. I was hedging my bets on a place to park a mower etc. But I will find a place to cram it somewhere.

Also got drywall hung and the ceiling stomped. The back wall ,which is where a door is leaning, is where the brewstand will be. I'm getting a hood built for above it and will be tiling the wall.

I thought I had a picture showing a hot water line to above the kettle height for filling. In the pic you will see a drain in the wall for the used heat exchanging water as well as a cold water in.











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Wish I had an extra building just hanging out in my backyard!

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Wish I had an extra building just hanging out in my backyard!
Yea me to.... looking good
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I love these bar build threads!

So, you'll eventually turn the loft into accommodation for bar visitors???

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It would take some doing but it could be that. However, I need a place to throw all my junk so that has been "promoted" as the place.



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