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Coastarine

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With a new place comes a new brew view and this one is just awesome so I thought I'd share (brag). That's the Gulf of Mexico off to the right. Anyone else have anything interesting to look at while brewing?

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Does my neighbors crappy yard count?? :D

Thats an awesome view man! Looks like a much, much nicer part of the Gulf that what I see. Funny too bc from where I'm sitting I'm just yards from it...
 

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Yeah I can see the backyards of people with pools as I sweat in my kitchen brewing
 

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Nice View! I love the undeveloped land!

For where I'm at (just north of Columbus, OH) I think I found a pretty good spot for my first house. Sorry SWMBO is in the way :D but the pond is stocked so I can catch some bass while boiling...

 

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I used to have a view of Pikes Peak and the front range while brewing when we lived in CO Springs. Now I've got my fence and a bunch of oak trees. :(

 

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I used to have a view of Pikes Peak and the front range while brewing when we lived in CO Springs. Now I've got my fence and a bunch of oak trees. :(
Oh yeah! Well, I'm brewing at the top of Pikes Peak!

It just takes forever and a day for the water to boil. lol. I just got backyard/swing set for my brew view. But everything looks good through "brew view" literally:

 

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You may be right. I didn't take that pic, but we did have a great view from the front of our house when we lived there. We lived in Briargate and could see the peak, Garden of the Gods, USAFA. Man it was great. I really miss living there!
 

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My views...

This is the view from my window...



And yes, we have a parade just about once a month, year round...

And these are my neighborhood (around the block I live on)





 

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My view isn't scenic in the classic sense, but it accomplishes two purposes. One, to remind me why I brew (yellow fizzie is the devil). Two, it reminds me why I brew (hot chicks love good beer):D

 

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these aren't every day pics but every so often I get a view like this from where I brew.


 

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I brew between a muddy parking lot and a decrepit building that is my apartment. I don't have any pictures of the mud, but if people care that much...
 

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Man...I'm Digging your style of Ghetto....but you do much more we're going to have to take your ghetto card away.
Oh, I don't claim to have a ghetto card, lol... My 3 bed/3 bath house is on a hill looking down on the ghetto apts!
 

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What is that you are brewing on? Grill? Can you achieve a pretty quick boil on it?
It's an older model Coleman Powerhouse two burner camp stove. Each "burner" is actually a 35k BTU burner surrounded by a 100k BTU burner. The aluminum pot on the left is a 15 gallon pot. From mash it brings the wort up to boil in about 5 minutes at full blast and brings my sparge water up to boil from 60 degrees F to 180 in about 15 minutes.

For comparison purposes, that is a 30 lb tank that it is hooked up to.
 

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Your brew getup Rocks though. :rockin:
That was actually the day of the Harrisburg Brewer's Fest... Three 5-gallon batches were rolling, so that's three brewers' set-ups.

What is that you are brewing on? Grill? Can you achieve a pretty quick boil on it?
I have always wondered about getting something like this... Good to know it works! (Actually, it's bad because now I'm going to spend money...)
 

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It's an older model Coleman Powerhouse two burner camp stove. Each "burner" is actually a 35k BTU burner surrounded by a 100k BTU burner. The aluminum pot on the left is a 15 gallon pot. From mash it brings the wort up to boil in about 5 minutes at full blast and brings my sparge water up to boil from 60 degrees F to 180 in about 15 minutes.

For comparison purposes, that is a 30 lb tank that it is hooked up to.
Very cool. I might have to look in to something like that.
 

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Very cool. I might have to look in to something like that.
It's pretty handy. I traded my Father in Law a stainless steel packable camp stove for it. The Coleman weights in around 80 lbs and has it's own carrying bag with wheels.

I'm having a hard time finding them online now though. It's close to 5 years old.
 

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Give yourself a moment to take in the breathtaking majesty of the view. Sometimes I even get to yell over to the neighbors who are camped out on their back patio drinking BMC :)



-Joe
 

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View from the garage where I now brew


From the back porch where I used to brew
 
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