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  1. Nov 6, 2019 #81

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    Yes, you are right, you got to watch what you say these days.
    I have 4 connected to a Glycol chiller as I only Brew every 6 weeks
     
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    Lucky to have a double garage, bar is a work in progress but working well.
     

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    Ferment inside in a fermenting room.
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    Brew in the out doors.
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    Foxy looking the dogs conkers...
     
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    yeah, you wanna get rid of all that fitness equipment mate, just gets in the way of the important homebrew gear.
     
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    Actually I’ve joined a “real” gym so I’m considering selling all my gear in the new year and getting either an all in one system or converting one of my fridges into a kegerator. I haven’t told SWMBO about the second part of my plan, only that I might sell my home gym.

    Actually, that’s an old picture I have an extra fridge and more weights now.
     
  7. Dec 6, 2019 #87

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    Moved into a new house a couple of weeks ago and I've claimed the garage as my brewing space. Still got a bit to do but it's shaping up!

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    Next job is installing that insulation in the roof, and plumbing that sink in, as it's just decorative at the moment!
     
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    B9049978-5A0D-40DC-A2F5-6ABDA4188973.jpeg I’m an outdoors brewer. A bit nomadic in style. Do it in a tent but fermentation and conditioning is done in the shed.
     
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    Space is a bit limited as she who must be obeyed runs a business and most of her stock is in the garage. That said I’ve started to take over the bottom corner of it acheers.
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    How do I add photo of my brew space from my gallery.
     
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    My space is even more limited, confined more to the kitchen with part of the utility room for fermenting.. Though having moved house last summer I've a few options long term both indoors and out (if I can shed-o-rize a good chunk of the back yard. But having a spare bedroom & a big loft that could be converted well I'll see how I work on the missus
     
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    There is a how to thread on adding pictures to posts in the announcements forum at the top of the home page.
     
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    looking good, would love to see some more pictures of progress as I’m in a similar situation.

    how are you plumbing the sink? Do you have water and waste access?
     
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    You're all making me jealous..... the good news though, is that SWMBO wants to move the washing m/c in to the garage - So that means plumbing etc.... I'm thinking I might be able to stick an extra sink and fermenting fridge in there.... Won't be for a while - but I feel a little project coming on. clapa
     
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    Actually, I've made no more progress on this since that picture apart from some little jobs. I've bought a used chest freezer ready to be turned into a keezer, and acquired a couple of kegs, gas etc.

    The garage is next to the utility room, so with only a bit of simple plumbing (John Guest push fit water pipes, of course) I'll be able to get water to and waste from my sink (there's hot and cold running water in the utility room as well, which is handy). Then I am working on ventilation. Just waiting for January pay day as moving house and then Xmas has wiped me out! I'll update when I've done a bit more though!
     
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    Yes, 2.5 Kw reverse cycle inverter.
     
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    Do you use a seperate temp controller. What do you use for chilling/cold crashing
     

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