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    Indoor Brewing - Clearing The Air

    I've always been an indoor brewer, I started out brewing small extract batches in the kitchen but soon found myself setting up a brew room in an area of the basement. It was a nice setup where no matter what the weather was outside I was still able to brew whenever I had the free time. A small...
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    Indoor Brewing - Clearing The Air

    I've always been an indoor brewer, I started out brewing small extract batches in the kitchen but soon found myself setting up a brew room in an area of the basement. It was a nice setup where no matter what the weather was outside I was still able to brew whenever I had the free time. A small...
  3. BeerBaron1985

    Vent Hood Build: Questions and Feedback

    Hey All, Since moving to electric, I am now brewing inside. Its supposed to hit 95 F by this Saturday and thats pretty toasty with this humidity. Opposite side of the spectrum winters at its coldest get to -10 F some nights. So far brewing inside this summer, the wort smell SWMBO very much...
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    Ohio Stainless Exhaust Hood

    For Sale: $300 Stainless Steel Exhaust Hood 40" x 36" x 11" Local Pickup Only
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    Crazy Ventilation Question

    This may be a stupid question: if I am just doing a 60-minute boil in my basement using an electric element, do I need good ventilation? All I really have are small vents in the privacy glass that sits in the windows in the basement wall. If it is critical, does anyone have a cheap solution? I...
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