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    The Brew Barn - The Legend Continues!

    It's been a while since we've had an update on the Brew Barn. For those of you not familiar with the project, our member Peter L.(Scele) has set out to build his brew space from scratch, and we've been lucky to see the progress along the way. To catch up please read parts 1, 2, 3, and 4. ***...
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    The Brew Barn - Walls, Paint, Tiles? Check!

    So, in the last article I detailed parts of the wall build and the concrete. To catch you up here is how it looked after we put in the concrete and put up the wall: The next step was to spackle up the cracks and screw-holes in the wall and then hit it with belt sander to make sure that it was...
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    The Brew Barn - Part the Third

    This is part 3 of an on-going series. For part one click here. For part two click here. So, in the last series I went through prepping the floor for a concrete delivery. Just to catch you up, this is how it looked: The guy from the concrete company came over and had a look at the room. He...
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    The Brew Barn - The Adventure Continues

    This is part 2 in an on-going series, click [here] for part 1. After letting the room dry for a few days after the washing, I went to work using a scraper to get rid of any loose paint so that I wouldn't have a "paint comes off after 35 minutes" situation. I did get most of the loose paint using...
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    The Brew Barn - One Man's Epic Brew Barn Build

    As a long time beer drinker with a craft brew budget that would rival most, I've often considered taking up brewing as a hobby. I'd done a brew here and there with friends, but never really had my own setup and equipment... until now. After ordering all the brewing equipment I would need to set...
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    The Brew Barn - Walls, Paint, Tiles? Check!

    So, in the last article I detailed parts of the wall build and the concrete. To catch you up here is how it looked after we put in the concrete and put up the wall: The next step was to spackle up the cracks and screw-holes in the wall and then hit it with belt sander to make sure that it was...
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    The Brew Barn - Part the Third

    This is part 3 of an on-going series. For part one click here. For part two click here. So, in the last series I went through prepping the floor for a concrete delivery. Just to catch you up, this is how it looked: The guy from the concrete company came over and had a look at the room. He...
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    The Brew Barn - The Adventure Continues

    This is part 2 in an on-going series, click [here] for part 1. After letting the room dry for a few days after the washing, I went to work using a scraper to get rid of any loose paint so that I wouldn't have a "paint comes off after 35 minutes" situation. I did get most of the loose paint using...
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    The Brew Barn - One Man's Epic Brew Barn Build

    As a long time beer drinker with a craft brew budget that would rival most, I've often considered taking up brewing as a hobby. I'd done a brew here and there with friends, but never really had my own setup and equipment... until now. After ordering all the brewing equipment I would need to set...
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