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Old 11-20-2012, 09:10 AM   #291
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Man, what a setup! Ya know, there are a lot of smart, invested individuals on this forum but this takes home brew to a new level. This is the first thread that actually made me connect to Apple TV just so I could slide show these pics on the Plasma. Your setup on a 50" TV looks great!
I love my apple TV and often cruise HBT on it with the iPad. Appreciate your comments, but the majority of the photos have been taken with iPhones and some are pretty blurry. Glad you liked them. Cheers!
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Old 11-20-2012, 09:31 AM   #292
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Such patience and diligence. Incredible.
Thanks, I was building for a year and nearly gave up a few times before I finally got committed and found the table. I was nervous I wouldn't enjoy brewing as much as I enjoyed building and drinking. Turns out I love it!
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Old 11-20-2012, 01:33 PM   #293
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Holy guacamole! All sorts of awesome going on in here!!!

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Old 11-20-2012, 05:08 PM   #294
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This is enlightening and a little depressing all at the same time. lol
I have never seen anything like it - speechless...

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Old 11-26-2012, 02:28 AM   #295
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WOW...ok I just found and read this thread over the last few hours after I made a IPA on my stove since my build is not done...there is only one question...when are you filing your paper work with the TTB? This is the nicest home brew systems ever and should be a MaxedOut Nano Brewery! Totally amazing, thanks for sharing! If I ever get to MD I will look you up, thanks.

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Old 11-26-2012, 11:01 AM   #296
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WOW...ok I just found and read this thread over the last few hours after I made a IPA on my stove since my build is not done...there is only one question...when are you filing your paper work with the TTB? This is the nicest home brew systems ever and should be a MaxedOut Nano Brewery! Totally amazing, thanks for sharing! If I ever get to MD I will look you up, thanks.
Thanks, I appreciate your kind words of encouragement. I love to brew as a hobby but not sure I would feel the same if I was doing it for profit. There are allot of new brewers hitting the pro craft brew scene with way more knowledge and experience than I have. I’m content brewing at home and hoarding my beer for me and my friends. I just like the company of good friends and family while I brew and enjoy the rewards. I have considered getting into innovating home brew equipment as I truly have a passion for invention and design. Time will only tell, my family and friends are always encouraging me to “Go Pro” but at this point I will wait and see…who knows what 2013 holds!
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Old 12-14-2012, 01:07 PM   #297
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Hi Woody... Its been a pleasure to see how your brewery is taking shape.

I am currently in the midst of renovating my house and would like to setup a corner like yours.

Do you mind sharing some drawing of how and what the equipments you are using and their flow and usage. Thanks,

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That looks like some serious open area on that false bottom material!

Do you still have the specs handy on that false bottom material? (A link is good enough.)
-I have an interim FB but I'm building the heavy-duty lifetime version currently and it should be welded up the first weekend after the New Year -I'm not convinced that I have an ideal open area for recirculation mashing and I'm second guessing my choice.


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Old 12-14-2012, 10:01 PM   #299
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That looks like some serious open area on that false bottom material!

Do you still have the specs handy on that false bottom material? (A link is good enough.)
-I have an interim FB but I'm building the heavy-duty lifetime version currently and it should be welded up the first weekend after the New Year -I'm not convinced that I have an ideal open area for recirculation mashing and I'm second guessing my choice.

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False bottom was cut by a friend who has a plasma table. It's 14 gage 1/8" holes on 1/8" centers. Very strong and no complaints. Like any system where you recirculate the whole mash time you will find a good speed through trial and error :-)
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Hi Woody... Its been a pleasure to see how your brewery is taking shape.

I am currently in the midst of renovating my house and would like to setup a corner like yours.

Do you mind sharing some drawing of how and what the equipments you are using and their flow and usage. Thanks,
I have some I will upload when I get back home early next week.
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