Brew Ware: How to Find, Adapt & Build Homebrewing Equipment by Karl F. Lutzen

By Karl F. Lutzen

There’s not anything that fits the delight of getting simply the ideal device or apparatus to accomplish a job – and brewing instruments aren't any exception, particularly while you’ve created or tailored them yourself.  Brew Ware is the complete consultant to selecting or making definitely the right apparatus to your homebrewing endeavors.  while you're brooding about brewing or expanding your brewing capability, this booklet is the 1st piece of kit you are going to need.

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The top level should be 5 feet high, the second level 36 inches high, and the bottom level about 12 inches off the ground. The width and length of each level of the platform will depend on the size of your brewing equipment. Generally, for modified kegs, about 18 inches square will work for the shelves. Widen the middle level for the longer dimension of picnic-cooler mash tun. Make sure you have a small stepstool for filling the top pot, as you do not want to lift a full pot to that height. This is a good application for a pump.

Flow. Consider the order in which brewing steps are carried out. Try to organize your equipment in such a way that you take advantage of the flow. Ventilation. If you’re using a propane or other gas burner to heat water and wort, make sure that you’ve got adequate air flow. Using propane cookers indoors is not a good idea. Even in a garage, make sure you leave the door open. Power. You’ll need power for lighting, pumps (if you use them), and electric heating elements or stoves. Some electric brew buckets require 220-volt power supplies; remember that when you decide where to place your brewery.

If you brew many batches, it may be a better idea to connect to a large outdoor propane tank and really save some money. Materials for Tower Brewery Stand legs Four 60" x 1" lengths of angle iron Two 36" x 1" lengths of angle iron Two 12" x 1" lengths of angle iron Shelf supports Twenty-four 18" x 1" lengths of angle iron with ends cut to 45 degrees Cooker shelf cross member Six 17¾" x 1" lengths of angle iron Shelves for propane bottles Three 18" square sections of expanded aluminum or steel Heat shields Two 18" x 24" long thin aluminum sheets Three low-profile 125,000 BTU cookers with bolting brackets on bottom (Camp Chef — Low Profile) Directions 1.

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