It looks like any metal briefcase...
until you notice the plug on the bottom.
I have it set up so I can keep all of the things that donâ€™t get messed with till brew day, hydrometer, refractometer, and miscellanies nick-knacks, in the case.
With the TSS2, dual input/output controller hooked up to 3-way switches. I also have two spare switches. One designated for the march pump and one probably for a fan that I plan on using to prevent boil overs, or whatever. I have two nice extension cords that will be wired into my solenoids.
There you have it. I donâ€™t think it is a work of art but it should do exactly what I need it to. I wanted it all in a case so that after brewing I can unplug everything and hose off the rig if needed. My brew stand has a shelf where it can sit while in operation. Here is where I am at with the stand.
The gas bar was giving me hell. I am making another one with Tees instead on collars to keep it from bowing, less heat.
I tried to make it with no pants but because I do a lot of work for it at work i wore