Originally Posted by mrwizard0
If you want to do a semi half a$$ed way of doing it, you can run a fresh water hose from your house to a connection in the shed, maybe a sink. That way you can drain the hose when not in use. It would also have a shut of in the shed so you don't have to go all the way to the house to turn it off. I suggested a tankless water heater earlier, and thy could still be added if you did it this way
That is not too bad an idea and with the hot and cold water coming off my house I could figure something out.
Maybe wrap it all back up in the shed after brew day is over. (blow the lines out so they don't freeze)
I could probably get away with using one hose, connect to hot when I want hot and cold when i want cold.
The shut offs for those external water lines is right in my furnace room so it is usually warm.
I just shut the water off inside and then drain the 1' section that goes through the house to the outside faucet..
Because even if I did trench and lay pipes the shed is not heated and they would freeze once in the shed.
I have a tough enough time heating my house let alone wanting to heat my shed. lol
My parents even gave me their old countertop and sink recently.
I could cut the counter to size and hook the sink up.
I need to look up how to drain the grey water from the sink as well.
Also I use regular star-san can that just be dumped out in the woods?