Re: Brew system pics

Thu Jun 19, 2014 10:38 pm

Ya baby....

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NHbeerscene wrote:Any measurements? I am anxious to get started.


36-28-34. I'm anxious to get started too. ;)
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Re: Brew system pics

Fri Jun 20, 2014 1:36 am

NHbeerscene wrote:Ya baby....

Ozwald wrote:
NHbeerscene wrote:Any measurements? I am anxious to get started.


36-28-34. I'm anxious to get started too. ;)


:D

Hopefully she's not a butter face
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Re: Brew system pics

Sat Jun 21, 2014 3:10 am

Just close your eyes or shut the lights off, that's how women deal with me....wait what?

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NHbeerscene wrote:Ya baby....



:D

Hopefully she's not a butter face
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Re: Brew system pics

Sat Jun 21, 2014 9:15 am

NHbeerscene wrote:Just close your eyes or shut the lights off, that's how women deal with me....wait what?


I could deal with butterface. It's been a while. A long while. The crack of dawn better be careful around me.
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Re: Brew system pics

Sat Jun 21, 2014 2:24 pm

NHbeerscene wrote:Any measurements? I am anxious to get started.

here is my very rough sketch i drew for a buddy when we built my setup.

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24" length and width of each tier
12" high where the HL tank sits on
21" high where the boil kettle
48" high where the mash tun sits

a keg is roughly 24" tall so that gives you 12" of clearance between the HL tank and Mash tun
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Re: Brew system pics

Sat Jun 21, 2014 6:45 pm

Thanks, that's great

mattman688 wrote:
NHbeerscene wrote:Any measurements? I am anxious to get started.

here is my very rough sketch i drew for a buddy when we built my setup.

Image

24" length and width of each tier
12" high where the HL tank sits on
21" high where the boil kettle
48" high where the mash tun sits

a keg is roughly 24" tall so that gives you 12" of clearance between the HL tank and Mash tun
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Re: Brew system pics

Sun Jun 22, 2014 5:52 pm

Mattman, how did your mash tun react to the heat from below? I was thinking I might need to add some shielding underneath.
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Re: Brew system pics

Mon Jun 23, 2014 6:41 pm

no issues that i've seen. heat shield wouldn't be a bad idea.. but so far i don't see any issues with the setup yet. I like it because its very simple layout and fairly compact. Plus i like my 4 adjustable legs that i can adjust to level it out anywhere i go. The only thing i might switch out later is moving to natural gas burners so i can tie into my house line and get rid of propane tanks...

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