Congratulations! Lot-o-work coming to fruition.View attachment 668616 Still a lot of finishing touches to do, and I need to figure out exactly what equipment will live in this room and what in my workshop in the back where my fermentation and serving keezer is, but first brew is happening today, a big day! Almost done with the boil and things went well so far. I’m doing a Belgian blonde inspired by some triple caramalite recipes I’ve seen.
I’ve also got to do something to bling up my mash tun!
Awesome post, and the bookend pics with your kids are perfect. Congrats!So I've got my finished photos done. I've been using this space as a home office the last month, as well as brewing quite a bit. It's working great for both purposes! Cheers everyone, stay healthy!
Large panorama of the finished room:
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Below is my home-office setup (with a great view), I use a bistro table and a custom monitor stand I made for a sit/stand desk setup.
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View of water treatment shelf and wood wall:
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the lowest shelf with the ceramic and metal tins has all my water treatment salts and acid, as well as a small scale in the tins.
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two detail shots of the coasters and caps in the epoxy:
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More detail of the wood accent wall, I really love how this turned out, exactly like my vision of how I wanted it.
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A shot of some more of the glassware, most of it I 'collected' during my travels in Belgium and Germany when I lived in Aachen on the border between those two countries.
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Lastly, I had my wife take a picture to re-create the photo I love of my son and I during construction of this room in 2015. It's a nice bookend for this project.
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