This is great thanks for sharing! You can tell a lot of thought and care went into this.This is the brewshed from the outside, and a close-up of the bar area. The bar pulls out to almost the full width of the shed for when we have larger gatherings.
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It was originally intended to be a shed to store some tools and a bar but I took up brewing more seriously, evicted the tools, and repurposed the shed. This is from the re-fit where you see me installing pipework and control wires for temperature control of a fermentation cupboard and the shed itself.
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Fitting the insulation and on the floor you see the glycol chiller that keeps everything cool. This is boxed in with it’s own air inlet under the bar and exhaust to the right, aided by a fan when the temperature gets to 30C. The pipework on the left is the beer python under construction.
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Here I’ve finished the inside with ply, protected from any condensation using yacht varnish. You can see the boxed in chiller here with it’s controls visible.
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Inside, the fermentation cupboard has space for 4 fermenters (30litre buckets!). The temperature is controlled but I do have the small limitation that all 4 spaces are at the same temperature. Above the fermentation cupboard is a shelf for two King Kegs that I use for clearing beer prior to bottling.
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On the left is all the plumbing for the kegs and you saw there are shelves at the far end.
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