cunnyfunt's garage o fun

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cunnyfunt's garage o fun

Unread postby cunnyfunt » Sat Aug 30, 2014 8:51 pm

Hi guys, I really liked everyone's brewery in this forum and got some good ideas so I thought I would share mine.

Current setup is a 50l BM, 40l urn, therminator plate chiller with inline o2. I am so happy with this setup. It gets me exactly what I want with little fuss.

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I used rack-it shelving and made a little dolly for the cheap electric hoist. It worked excellent:)

I did a 100% wheat today. 12.5kg and got 42L into the fermenter @ 1.052. 2 hour mash at 66c and a 30min mashout. No boil.
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It is a bit messy at the moment. I am working on a dedicated brew space

Cheers
Last edited by cunnyfunt on Sat Aug 30, 2014 10:19 pm, edited 2 times in total.
50L Fermenter/keg #1 - 100% wheat vodka
50L Fermenter/keg #2 - 100% wheat vodka
50L Fermenter/keg #3 - 100% wheat vodka
50L Fermenter/keg #4 - 100% wheat vodka
50L Fermenter/keg #5 - planned Stone and Wood pacific ale clone
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Re: cunnyfunt's garage o fun

Unread postby Eldoreth » Sat Aug 30, 2014 9:38 pm

Nice setup! I am still looking for a decent motorised maltmill...
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Re: cunnyfunt's garage o fun

Unread postby McMullan » Sat Aug 30, 2014 9:48 pm

:mrgreen: we have to park cars in ours :(

Personal consumption? Or do you supply the local watering hole? :beer:
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Re: cunnyfunt's garage o fun

Unread postby cunnyfunt » Sat Aug 30, 2014 10:15 pm

I still get to park my car in the garage. The Mrs isn't so lucky ;)
It's for personal consumption and a few giveaways.
50L Fermenter/keg #1 - 100% wheat vodka
50L Fermenter/keg #2 - 100% wheat vodka
50L Fermenter/keg #3 - 100% wheat vodka
50L Fermenter/keg #4 - 100% wheat vodka
50L Fermenter/keg #5 - planned Stone and Wood pacific ale clone
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Re: cunnyfunt's garage o fun

Unread postby McMullan » Sat Aug 30, 2014 10:36 pm

cunnyfunt wrote:I still get to park my car in the garage. The Mrs isn't so lucky ;)
It's for personal consumption and a few giveaways.


:cheers:
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Re: cunnyfunt's garage o fun

Unread postby bruulog » Sun Aug 31, 2014 6:10 pm

thanx for not rotating the pictures. :cheers:
I make my own copper/ss chillers (immersion) - 20l & 50l and counterflow (cfc)
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Re: cunnyfunt's garage o fun

Unread postby cunnyfunt » Mon Sep 01, 2014 7:26 am

You're welcome bruulog:)

They are right way around on my computer, They view here the correct way when you click on it. Just not in my post:( Im a bit noob :cheers:
50L Fermenter/keg #1 - 100% wheat vodka
50L Fermenter/keg #2 - 100% wheat vodka
50L Fermenter/keg #3 - 100% wheat vodka
50L Fermenter/keg #4 - 100% wheat vodka
50L Fermenter/keg #5 - planned Stone and Wood pacific ale clone
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Re: cunnyfunt's garage o fun

Unread postby niels » Mon Sep 01, 2014 10:28 am

cunnyfunt wrote:They are right way around on my computer, They view here the correct way when you click on it. Just not in my post:( Im a bit noob :cheers:

This is because the forum software resizes the images to create thumbnails. When resizing the EXIF information is lost which contains the orientation info. When clicking on the thumbnail you download the original file and you're browser rotate the image because it interprets that EXIF info.
It's mainly pictures made with a phone that have this problem.

I looked at a fix, but I didn't find a plug-and-play fix for phpBB and I couldn't be arsed to spend time fixing the code myself at this point. I will add it to The never ending to-do list.

In the meantime you can always rotate the image using a program on your computer (GIMP, Photoshop, Paint.net, Preview, ...) or simply click to see the full photo.

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