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Old 01-13-2011, 05:48 AM   #1
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My Brother-in-law made this mash paddle for me. It's sweet. Can't wait to use it. Installing my vent hood tomorrow or Friday.


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Old 01-13-2011, 06:06 AM   #2
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nice! prost!


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Nice, looks just like the ones from mashpaddles.com.
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Very nice.
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Nice, looks just like the ones from mashpaddles.com.
Yea I sent him the website and told him I wanted him to make one for X-mas. He's a master with the "wood". lol
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Installing my vent hood tomorrow or Friday.
Vent hood? What's your "brew room" look like?

Nice paddle BTW!!
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http://badassbrewery.shutterfly.com/...%3dSHARE3SXXXX

I have some new pics that I'm trying to add to this site. I'll post a new one here in a sec. I build a B10 that will use NG as well as The Beast! A 6'x6.5'x3' fridge, two zones so I can lager when I need to while keeping everything at serving temp. I should be lagering now since the temp outside is 2F.
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Progress on the brewery. You can see the vent duct fan in the hole in the ceiling. The thing is rated at 1250 cfm.
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Old 01-13-2011, 01:54 PM   #9
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Nice!!!

I was thinking about going the Natural Gas route but then found out about the vent hood requirement. I guess it's doable (as can be seen in you photo).
Post some pics when you get it all done.
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I will post more pics. Yes NG is doable. I had 5 plumbers come out to take the job of running and hooking up the gas line. They all bailed. Ran the gas line myself...no leaks. But won't do a test on the B10 until the hood is in place. I scored the hood on a online auction for $120. It's a Vent a Hood and goes for $1200. I think that's a good price..lol.


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