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Ben Hamilton's Home Brewery15467 viewsThis is the brewery that my brother Tom and I built5 commentsbhami
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Label off a recent brew8482 viewsgavinskiwa
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Label off a recent brew8482 viewsgavinskiwa
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Label off a recent brew8393 viewsgavinskiwa
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Label off a recent brew9259 viewsgavinskiwa
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Gav after a few brews on a hot day9204 viewsgavinskiwa
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The 0812steved Patented CCing Doohicky8784 viewsFor those of you unable to (or not allowed to) acquire a fridge for CCing, this is my baby.

It is watertight and is insulated with polystrene fruit cartons (and highly decorative duct tape). I fill it with ice in the morning and top up with 4 cups of ice in the afternoon. Each morning I syphon out the water (5L/day) for the dog or the garden.

In this (February) climate it keeps the beer at around 12c, but from Autumn to Spring it comes into its own - keeping the beer well below 10c, and not using as much ice.

It may be ugly (thanks for noticing) but it does the job. I can provide detailed plans for those who need them.......
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Portable keg fridge8911 viewsThe portable keg fridge is an old plastic drum which has been lined with rubber for insulation. The beer tap and a hole for the co2 line has been added. Two to three bags of ice will generally last for 24 hours before a to up is needed.Bags
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Cellaring fridge10192 viewsMy cellaring fridge can cram six 19lt kegs in it.Bags
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Fermentation fridge9167 viewsMy fermentation fridge with the trusty fridgemate sitting on top.Bags
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Brewing shed9270 viewsMy fermentation fridge and cellaring fridge standing side by side in the garage.Bags
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My outdoor bar.9024 viewsMy bar top is made of red river gum which has been sealed with a marine varnish. The serving fidge has two taps to accomodate the two kegs within. Bags
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Fridgemate10195 viewsThe fridgemate in operation on the fermentation fridge.Bags
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Inside the portable keg fridge8955 viewsThis picture shows the rubber mat used as insulation on the inside of the portable keg fridge. The lid has also been insulated. The mat was purchased at Clarke Rubber for about $15, the plastic drum was sitting in the garage and the tap was a spare given to me by an old publican mate. Bags
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Keg and cc'ing jerry9073 viewsWakkatoo
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Filter setup8853 viewsFiltering from right to left. Just need to hook up CO2Wakkatoo
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Rod racks on fridge10764 viewsHad a few rods lying around so screwed a rod holder on to the side of the fridge. Works a treat and is a great spot to store my fermenter spoon as well!Wakkatoo
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My beloved fridge!10164 viewsWakkatoo
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Full production!9396 viewsFinally running at full production! 4 kegs with 2 on tap, one co2'ing and another cellaring until september 2008.Wakkatoo
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Filtered vs unfiltered18793 viewsThis is a good example of what your beer can look like after filtering.Wakkatoo
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The Mess After The Brew9422 viewsThis is a picture of the mess left behind after I have done a brew. You can see the spent grain and the hop bag that has been pulled out of the boil. It takes me about half an hour to clean up.bhami
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Belgian Golden Ale12192 views1 commentsgoomboogo
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Belgian Pale Ale7823 viewsgoomboogo
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American Brown Ale10841 views1 commentsgoomboogo
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The bar6143 viewsThe bar which is about 80% completedcraigs1978
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my setup 5556 viewsthis is my setup, far from completed though.craigs1978
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Beer Line Showing Insulation5756 viewsThis is a shot that is trying to show the insulation around the beer line going from the fridge to the tap. There are 3 lines for beer and 2 for glycol (one going out and one returning).bhami
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Inside Beer Keg Fridge showing beer and glycol lines.5540 viewsThis picture tries to show the beer and glycol lines in the beer fridge. I was lucky enough to have a hole going between the freezer and fridge already so I didn't have to try and drill one.bhami
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Beer fridge with kegs in the fridge and glycol tub in the freezer5603 viewsThis picture tries to show how my beer keg fridge works. It is able to hold 4 kegs in the fridge and has 3 beer lines that go to the taps to the left. The glycol system in the freezer pumps glycol along the lines to keep them coolbhami
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Glycol Tub5488 viewsThis is my glycol tub in my beer fridge freezer. There is a pond pump in it to pump the glycol along the beer lines.bhami
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Another Shot of glycol tub5514 viewsThis is another shot of my glycol system on my beer fridgebhami
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Flooded Beer Tap6088 viewsThis is a picture of my flooded beer tap. I bought it from eBay. If you plan to set up a glycol system in your home bar get a flooded tap if you canbhami
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Grain Mill6314 viewsThis is my grain mill . Homemade and a bloody ripper . Driven from a good cordless drill it just sucks it through . buster3931
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My bottle capper5707 viewsNothing like automating your bottling process.buster3931
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Hersbrucker Cuttings4923 viewsHops grown from cuttingsbuster3931
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Photo taken at Beer Day Out 20084809 viewsPhoto taken at Beer Day Out 2008VK3NYC
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Photo taken at Beer Day Out 20085291 viewsPhoto taken at Beer Day Out 2008VK3NYC
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Photo taken at Beer Day Out 20084845 viewsPhoto taken at Beer Day Out 2008VK3NYC
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1st Hersbrucker rhizome5237 viewsHere is a rhizome that has grown from a cutting .buster3931
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craigs1978's Bar (updated version) 7914 viewsThis is about 95% complete. (Don't mind the big stain on the carpet, that's what happens when you leave a tin of stain on the shelf on a windy day. NOT.....HAPPY JAN!!!)1 commentscraigs1978
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