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Old 05-23-2008, 03:12 AM   #1
Jul 2007
Albany, Oregon
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I feel a little project coming on ... anybody have one you could post some pictures of? I was looking at that 100,000-BTU burner at the CPAPC Website and thinking ...

I'm still doing my boils on an electric range and this seems nutty when you consider I have access to natural gas. An outdoor cook station would make SWMBO very happy too because my disastrous brew-day mess could get the hell out of her kitchen. This could make her happy enough to forget about the kegerator!
Planning: Wilhoit Springs Bitter; apple-plum hard cider
Brewing: Nuttin'!
In glass:Wilhoit Springs IPA(dunkles); Grain alcohol & Rainwater beer; Obfuscatator Doppelbock; Jamil's Ordinary Bitter; Dun Ringill Scottish 80/-; Bohumbug Pilsner; several strong ciders
On tap:Wilhoit Springs Bitter; Mac Cumhaill Breis Tiubh Stout; cider; soda water

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Old 05-23-2008, 03:13 AM   #2
Nov 2007
Pittsburg, California
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Old 05-23-2008, 03:43 AM   #3
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Jul 2007
Bryan, Texas
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The home brew wiki has some good explanations and ideas, and I also included another link that has pictures of different peoples set up's


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