Long story short, my wife kicked me out of our kitchen and demanded back the closet in guest room where I stored my HB equipment.
Well, so took some wood and screws I had sitting in our garage and hammered together this gravity fed brew rig, which I can lower down for the brewing day and move back up after to park my car.
A metal U-shaped bracket (it was a stand for those fancy wine bottle openers we never used) is clamped to the horizontal beams in my garage and then connects the 2x3 with a hinge.
Once flipped down I use a push/pull clamp on the bottom of the brew rig to keep the whole thing in place.
Coolers and pot are strapped with lashing and ratchet straps.
I was worried about the stability at first, but it proved to be very sturdy.
Boiling Equipment: 7 Gallon Stainless steel pot with soldered in 1/2" couplings for pickup tube with diy bazooka screen and whirlpool tube. Non weld thermoprobe in lid to connect to digital thermo.rn-Bayou Classic sp10 propane cooker.
Beer Bottling Gear: Kegging
Fermentation Vessels and Equipment: Food grade pale for primary with thermoprobe for sou vide controller-Corney keg for secondary fermentation
Wort Chillers: Diy counterflow with refrigeration copper tubing on the inside and vinyl as outside tube
Plumbing, Pumps and Hardware: SS Chugger for whirlpool and coolingrn-Some Harbor Freight submersible pump for coolingrn-Ball valves on boil kettle, coolers and pumprn-1/2 silicone tubingrn-1/2 Camlock fittings: Thermoprobes in lid of coolers for digital thermometersrn-DIY fly sparge silicone tube
Measuring, Testing,& Stirring Devices: Refractometerrn-Some Homedepot paint stirrer for dough in
Cleansers and Sanitizers: The usual, Star San and PBW