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show me your ag set up / table

Postby darren west » Sat Jul 02, 2016 16:39

i need a new space for brewing
i have all stainless
2 boilers and a mash tun
i was thinking of making up a steel stand with the 2 boilers on the top and the tun under them

anyone got any pics i can steel or adapt
thanks
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Re: show me your ag set up / table

Postby Rolfster » Sat Jul 02, 2016 21:16

Nope. I'm moving wort by pouring it into buckets and lifting them up!
Its my birfday soon and I'm going to get a pump, so I am watching this thread with interest!!
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Re: show me your ag set up / table

Postby Adrian_98_uk » Sat Jul 02, 2016 22:44

I got a kitchen someone was getting rid of and use pumps on my 100-70-100 kit


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Re: show me your ag set up / table

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Re: show me your ag set up / table

Postby darren west » Sun Jul 03, 2016 13:12

what sort or pumps do you use
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Re: show me your ag set up / table

Postby vacant » Sun Jul 03, 2016 15:35

My brew bench
  • 1982 - new kitchen, kept the work surface off-cut from where the double drainer sink was installed
  • About ten years ago - council provided wheely bins, washed out and kept our plastic dustbins.
  • Result - up-turn dustbins in carport and rest work surface across them for a really strong & stable bench
  • Lesson learnt - never throw anything away
  • Photos - not likely, too embarrassing

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Re: show me your ag set up / table

Postby Rolfster » Sun Jul 03, 2016 16:49

I'm going to be getting this one I think. http://www.angelhomebrew.co.uk/en/pumps ... ype-2.html
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Re: show me your ag set up / table

Postby BIGJIM72 » Sun Jul 03, 2016 19:06

Rolfster wrote:Nope. I'm moving wort by pouring it into buckets and lifting them up!
Its my birfday soon and I'm going to get a pump, so I am watching this thread with interest!!


I was doing the same for the longest time. You will love having a pump though.

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Re: show me your ag set up / table

Postby Dave1970 » Tue Jul 05, 2016 22:28

Mine is on a kitchen worktop in the garage, looked at 2nd hand on Ebay, they were going for quite a lot and would've all needed serious alteration to fit so the cheapest of the cheap new ended up being the best option.
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Uses gravity feed from HLT to MT and then a pump to circulate through the RIMS. At the end of the mash the same pump just disconnects from the RIMS and onto the boiler. At the end of the boil the same pump swaps again to recirculate through a plate chiller

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show me your ag set up / table

Postby BarnsleyBrewer » Wed Jul 06, 2016 12:48

My set-up in an 8x6 shed...
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Re: show me your ag set up / table

Postby The Goatreich » Wed Jul 06, 2016 12:55

That's inspiring! Where do you keep you lawn mower??

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Re: show me your ag set up / table

Postby Kyle_T » Wed Jul 06, 2016 13:14

The Goatreich wrote:That's inspiring! Where do you keep you lawn mower??


He's too tight to buy one so he uses Mrs Barnsley's scissors :lol:

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Re: show me your ag set up / table

Postby The Goatreich » Wed Jul 06, 2016 14:49

Ha! I have a bigger shed than 8*6, which I originally planned as a brewhouse, but it's now full of paint, gardening stuff and buckets. I have managed a fermentation fridge in there at least.

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Re: show me your ag set up / table

Postby Diggerg » Wed Jul 06, 2016 19:43

The Goatreich wrote:Ha! I have a bigger shed than 8*6, which I originally planned as a brewhouse, but it's now full of paint, gardening stuff and buckets. I have managed a fermentation fridge in there at least.


Yep with you on that one. This is mine. I got 1 of the 8 foot ends of my shed.
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Re: show me your ag set up / table

Postby secla » Sat Jul 09, 2016 20:05

3 vessel

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BIAB

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Re: show me your ag set up / table

Postby AFewTooMany » Sun Jul 10, 2016 11:21

BIAB with 50 litre pot and HERMS

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