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delboy

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Hi all
has any members got any photo's of there mashing and boiling set up ?

or can the admin guys set up a "show off your gear gallery"
i am sure that members out there from what i have read have some simple set ups and some fancey showy set up's .

i think that it is not just about the beer but the enginewity as well and the means of building your own componants to suit you .

what do other members think ?? would this be a good idea ?

Tanked

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Batz

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The gallery was once filled with these pictures , I am sure once it's up again we will repost them

Batz
 

sluggerdog

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Super Close by the looks of it..

Thread Here

Shall be good to get these up and running again.
 

roach

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Looks good Devo. How do you get the water into your HLT from such a height.
 

devo

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roach said:
Looks good Devo. How do you get the water into your HLT from such a height.
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easy. just run a hose up to it.

a step ladder is an essential part as well.
 

craigarino

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This is my mash tun!

The grain is mashed in a bag in the 50l ex keg, then the bag is pulled out of the wort to sparge. After the boil the beer is run out into the fermenter, hooked onto the pulley and put back on the cooker ready for decanting when the need arises!
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