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    Modular Brew Stand

    I the cube is 15” tall so it will depend on the height of your fermenter. I was also thinking about making some cubes at 10” and at 5” so that you could stack the height you needed. If you look at the pictures that I posted I believe number 4 has casters... they would be an add on.
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    I don’t that would fit in my cubes... if you want I can work up a cost for ya
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    Modular Brew Stand

    Already have a design for brew’n bag... not finagled yet but almost done. Want to get this out there first. I currently am not looking to sell electric stuff maybe in the future but not at this time Thanks for the feed back
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    Modular Brew Stand

    Per cube correct
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    Modular Brew Stand

    I shooting for with a burner between $100 & $200, the non-burner between $50 & $100 I figure what it cost to make it and then add 25% for me Then my local homebrew shop (Michigan Brew Supply, https://www.mibrewsupply.com) will add there take on that
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    No online, unfortunately there is not a big box store that carries these
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    Thanks processhead for the input.
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    Modular Brew Stand

    It handles the heat great I have not had any issues the times I have used it. I do not the heat transfer as an issue because it’s the same as any turkey fryer.. don’t touch when the heat is on or after, as for transfer to an adjoining piece it does not seem to, but I will double check next time...
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    Modular Brew Stand

    The corners are threaded and the head of the bolt is in the tee slot, there is a hole through the one so you can access the head of the button head screw with an Allen wrench
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    Modular Brew Stand

    The connection straps are aluminum but I just came up with a way to eliminate those and just use stainless steel screws. The corners are connected with stainless steel screws
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    Modular Brew Stand

    Extruded aluminum.. it nice because it has tee slots and the tee nuts are cheap.. that way you can mount anything to it easily.
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    Modular Brew Stand

    Yes you could add a third burner. At this time I was just using a propane y for the two burners. A manifold is a good idea thanks.
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    Modular Brew Stand

    Hi all, I have been developing a modular Brew stand and could use some feed back. my goal is to fill the gap between a turkey fryer and the multi thousand dollar brew stands. These do not rust. They can stack in many different configurations. I have few pictures below. I have used this modular...
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