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Old 12-23-2012, 12:44 AM   #1
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Does your beer stuff look like mine? Time to move some stuff around.

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Old 12-23-2012, 12:50 AM   #2
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Your stuff looks relatively well organized. i'm usually spread across three areas of my house, man cave, crawl space, and much to some one's dismay the kitchen.


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I got stuff scattered in the garage too.Been trying to work on my organization.
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Old 12-28-2012, 08:59 AM   #4
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Old 12-28-2012, 05:23 PM   #5
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Here's a shot of my old printer stand re-purposed as a fermenter stand/storage unit;
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Just starting out, my kit stays on a collapsible table in the 2nd bedroom of my apartment.



I do like the wire rack idea, might have to upgrade...
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Ever bottle straight into geowlers to.cut.down on.your bottles and time? How did it work?
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Don't do that. Not mean to hold pressure, dangerous and could explode.
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And here's the latest shot of my brewery/man cave;


The folding bottling table is from Walmart. I use the broken chair to place the bottle tree on to my left when bottling. The chromed steel shelf puts things at an easier to reach angle & un-clutters the fermenter stand. Boxes of empty bottles to the left of the bottling table are now reachable without bending over into the corner of the room. Boxes of filled bottles on or in front of the shelf for now. Dunnage containers on the bottom shelf for dry brewing ingredients & grains. Computer to the left of the bottling table. Definitely a better set up than in the previous pic.
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I hate to even think about how much I've spent between shelves, cabinets, etc trying to organize all of this stuff. Right now I've settled on a shelving unit for the big stuff, and a cabinet for the smaller items


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