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Old 11-09-2012, 09:47 PM   #261
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Nope, but i have a rather large backyard with a complete Tiki bar... which will soon get some keg taps I plan to do most of my brewing out there..

Could make for a cold trip in February when you need a beer, though

And after a few, try not to step in/on the pool!


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Old 11-09-2012, 10:53 PM   #262
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Could make for a cold trip in February when you need a beer, though

And after a few, try not to step in/on the pool!
Growlers will be a must for winter months.. however it most likely won't be until next summer until i get a keg/draft system setup.

And been there, fell in. luckily the cover over it now could hold an elephant.


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Old 11-10-2012, 05:30 PM   #263
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My set up from my last brew. Getting used to all-grain brewing still. I've done a half dozen AG batches now. Used a cooler for the first few but now using a kettle w false bottom. Need to insulate prolly.
I love the ideas from this thread/forum. Thanks guys for the uploads. Awesome stuff.

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Old 12-28-2012, 05:28 PM   #264
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Yeah,I thought it was a neat idea to see what ghetto rigged breweries the rest of you guys came up with. Good ol' American ingenuity. Necessity being the mother of invention...
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not FULLY ghetto, but testing the stove in the new apt, boiled 4 gallons down to 3 in an hour - now i just need to make it look classy.... haha

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Here's my set up. The wood I got is scrap lumber from work the carpenters used to pour footings. As you can tell by the pics I am no carpenter. But it works. I spent one night drinking in the garage and looking at different pics of brew stands online to build mine. I need one more burner and a worth chiller before I can step up to 10 gallon batches
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That is pretty ghetto. But whatever works! I haven't brewed since August and I'm going crazy waiting for my tax return
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That is pretty ghetto. But whatever works! I haven't brewed since August and I'm going crazy waiting for my tax return
It's definitely ghetto but it makes amazing beer!!!!!
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and thats all that matters!


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