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Old 08-24-2011, 01:01 AM   #1
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Been working on my slice of heaven for a couple months now. Finally done building cabinets/tables and figured I'd post some shots as it stands. Room is going to be getting a Kal clone with some nice shiney keggles. Still need to finish sheetrock on one wall and do something with the floor and ceiling. Also going to be running some hot and cold lines right to the brew table for easy filling and cleaning. Also, in the middle of building the hood for the table. I hope to have that hung soon so I'll update when done.
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Room when first entered from the door


Working area


Left wall- work table, milling/grain station


Left rear wall- slop sink, shelves for cornies on top and carboys on the bottom


Fermentation cabinet


Brew table


Room behind brew room- taps and lagering freezer

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Old 08-24-2011, 01:50 AM   #2
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Beautiful brew station man! Just let me know when you are ready to come over here to Ohio and Build mine! :P I especially like the woodwork, man is that beautiful!

Did you do all the cutting/building/staining yourself?

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Thanks Tim! I did all the woodwork myself. The only thing that was prefab was the mill cabinet. Used a Just For Cabinets base and modified it to hold my scoop, scale, and a slide out drawer for the bucket. Just added a dust port lastnight that I can hook my Shopvac up while milling to cut down on the dust. All I need for it yet is a motor for the mill.
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Looks good Tom.

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Thanks Mike!

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Nice setup! Are you all electric working in there?

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Thanks! When its all done it will be all electric. As of now I'm propane out in the garage. I'm hoping to have everything done and be able to go grain to glass all in this room in the spring or so, depending on funds.
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And he beer is just as great as his brewroom build!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Old 08-26-2011, 02:32 PM   #9
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AWESOME~~~.....lol.

I just couldn't help but notice the CASES and CASES of Bud, miller ultra, corona, lol....

SORRY!!!!! Didn't notice the sign indicating that you had abandoned logic. That explains it.




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looking good Tom! a little bit of progress since I last saw it.

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