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Old 07-01-2009, 09:43 PM   #431
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dude what type of barrels are they????
awesomely cool set up
standard 55galon stainless steel drums...

the MLT is made from a Rubbermaid 100Galon Stock Tank
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Old 07-02-2009, 08:33 AM   #432
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cool, do you use other ones of these to ferment in also????

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Old 07-02-2009, 04:38 PM   #433
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cool, do you use other ones of these to ferment in also????
we run it as a club function, everyone takes 5-10galons home with them.
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Old 07-03-2009, 03:24 AM   #434
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Simple ten gallon electric heatstick basement brewery. 44 and 60 quart kettles not shown. Stand was
a wooden bunk bed that was cut up and repurposed into a brew stand. Window fan keeps humidity in
check during brewing, I do run the fan for a couple hours after the boil to air out the basement.Skateboard
aids in wheeling heavy kettles and kegs about the brewery.



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Old 07-05-2009, 11:44 AM   #435
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My BIL sent me a link to an article in Popular Mechanics. It shows nine brew rigs. I thought I'd share it here.

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Thanks for the link. Those are some nice rigs.

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I really like the pool table / multi use setup.
Looks very nice and compact.
Do you throw down a plastic floor pad or something or are you just so good you never spill anything?

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100 Gal
May I just just say you suck, and I hate you, and where can I get that setup?
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this is how we transient college students do it.
Nothing wrong with making good beer. It is good beer right?
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I really like the pool table / multi use setup.
Looks very nice and compact.
Do you throw down a plastic floor pad or something or are you just so good you never spill anything?
Thanks KK, Bought the pool table from a vendor in Texas and picked up about 900 lbs of oak and slate at a freight dock, assembled and felted the table myself...bit of a challenge...but I think I did as well or better than the kids they send out from the local table place.

Sure I spill on the floor, water as that just dries up...a couple of drips of wort now and then that I stomp w/ a paper towel...brewing over carpet keeps you on your toes...it's really not hard once you are comfortable. It's just a basement w/ short pile nylon carpet...you can't kill that stuff. The carpet is another reason I don't use glass carboys...probably take 10 hours w/ a shop vac to rinse and vac 5 gallons.
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