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Brewstand finally complete! (lots of beer porn)

I have finally finished my brewstand. It has been a long term project of love that has slowly evolved into what you see here. Take a look and post your thoughts. :cheers:












My thoughts, WOW :cheers:

When I get done with my trike conversion can I drop it by your house to get painted?

Really Well Done!

John

Looks nice man…way too high tech for me tho!

Really nice and heavy duty. Good job!

Zowie Mowie!! That’s FANTASTIC!!! Very well done!!! :cheers:
If you brew half as good as it looks like you brew, you da man!
Boy I love flames! :cheers:

Very nice job. That is an impressive setup.

Just out of curiosity, how is the control panel used.
Does it have thermocouples and a control board (arduino? :smiley: ) or is it simple thermostats controlling gas flow. I am DREAMING of building a setup like that and wonder how some established homebrewers control their brew days with technology.

Again, VERY nice setup. :cheers:

That is sweet. Nice and solid. Have you used it yet? Probably can’t stop taking pictures. :smiley: Great work.

I saw that last week on craigs list in Denver! Just kidding bro!!! So I have to know, does the wife REALLY know what it cost?

SAWEEEEET! Nice work Envinyatar! That is some nice beer porn. How will you keep the pilot light from going out? Looks like a little breeze might blow it out. Very nice setup.

Looks great!

[quote=“KF4NVX”]Very nice job. That is an impressive setup.

Just out of curiosity, how is the control panel used.
Does it have thermocouples and a control board (arduino? :smiley: ) or is it simple thermostats controlling gas flow. I am DREAMING of building a setup like that and wonder how some established homebrewers control their brew days with technology.

Again, VERY nice setup. :cheers: [/quote]

The two LOVE controllers take the temperatures from the inlet side of the pump and they control the gas flow with the solenoids. Perhaps later on, my programmer brother will get me interested in something a bit more sophistocated.

I had them adjusted down a bit since I was just getting things started but will probably crank them up a notch when I actually use it for the first time. I sneezed at one of them and blew it out.

Are you kidding Martin Luther? My wife was there for every purchase and wondered why I didn’t spend more… (If you dare tell her, I know where you live :cheers: )

That looks great! Good job.

Looks freakin awesome dude! Got dimensions and parts list?

You know, it’s not the size of the brewstand that matters…

Awesome for sure. Nice pics, too. I hope the paint holds up, cause that looks really cool.

:cheers:

looks awesome minus the flames

Metal. That’s metal in the NIGHT. :twisted:

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