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Discussion in 'Gear and Equipment' started by stew.w, 17/2/10.

 

  1. stew.w

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    Posted 17/2/10
    Show us your brew rigs!
    Im guessing this may have been done before but i think it should be a sticky like the kegging setups.
    It would have been helpful when i was making mine to look at other peoples setups to see the good and bad points in their designs.
    Heres mine:

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    I know this pics in a recent thread anyway but if im gona start this thread i gotta put at least one pic up :p

    Cheer,

    Stewart
     
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  2. roller997

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    Posted 17/2/10
    That looks very good

    Sounds like a great idea and I am sure others beyond myself would find it veyr useful.
    In relation to your setup, are there any aspects of your setup you would improve if you made a V2.0 or is this a result of a previous rig that was in need for some improvements?

    Roller
     
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  3. banora brewer

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    Posted 17/2/10
    I want to build a 3 tier stand but just looking for some designs
     
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  4. Tony

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  5. banora brewer

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    Posted 17/2/10
    Hey Tony, do you have a pic of yours?
     
  6. bum

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    Posted 17/2/10
    Awesome link, Tony. Thanks.
     
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  7. Tony

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    Posted 17/2/10
    Nice Falcon Tony.
     
  9. Tony

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    Posted 17/2/10
    Ive had that one in my favorites for about 5 years or more. :)

    I think it should be a sticky in its self!
     
  10. stew.w

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    Posted 18/2/10
    thats my first rig, i made it before i had actually done an ag brew but i had watched other people brew. i havnt really needed to change anything yet (done about 10 40L batches i think) theres small bits and pieces i stuff around with but it hasnt had any major design changes from the start. i was very disappointed when i did my first ag, nothing was wrong with my process but i got my first infection ever <_< which was a big let down

    the link tony posted is where i got most of my ideas, #4 was the one i loosely based mine on
     
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    Posted 18/2/10
    This is a thread I started when I began building my rig. I'm about to change a few things, so I'll keep updating it.
     
  12. chappo1970

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    Posted 18/2/10
    Ooooo another opportunity to flash Sherman around.... How can I resist? :rolleyes:

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    Water management system for the rig (Fancy name for taps :p )
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    Posted 18/2/10
    Hahaha you're such a flasher. You'd last 1 second on the marshmellow test.
     
  14. Tony

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    Posted 18/2/10
    :icon_offtopic: :icon_cheers:

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    Check out my awesome rig... :rolleyes:

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  16. browndog

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    Posted 18/2/10
    I hope you got round to putting some cold gal on those welds Tony.

    cheers

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  17. Tony

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    Yeah id like to paint it up and insulate it all a bit better.

    New kettle would be nice too.

    It was all kind of thrown together for testing and just stayed like that.
     
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    Heres my brewing dealy.

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  20. stew.w

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    Posted 19/2/10
    heres a pics of the mongolian burner running (on low), it gets the mesh under pot very hot (glowing red hot) but the mesh isnt actually supporting the pot anyway.
    if it was i think the kettle would have fallen through it.

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    Cheers,

    Stewart
     

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