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  1. #11

    Quote Originally Posted by camsaway View Post
    I do my brewing in the laundry, got a neat rack to set up the grainfather, water filter on the sink and piped water from my rain tanks for chilling.
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    I have taken over what used to be a small shed, stuck in a fermentation chamber and shelving for all my stuff.
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    And am setting up the garage as an entertaining space with keezer, drinks fridge and tunes.
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    Very neat and organized, I like it
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  2. #12
    Here goes. The home made smoker is a must for every Brewer. Beer and smoked meat are made for each other.

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  3. #13
    Love that smoker! I saw them on YouTube. Called an ugly drum smoker or some such. Your version is definitely not ugly though. Here's my brew bar. I hide the burner behind. Still waiting for my fermenter fridge to stick into the corner and one day a kegerator on the left

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    Nice setups
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    Thanks Jannie. That's a good looking bar you have there.

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    I also use my Braairoom/Bar area for brewing ...

    ...and yes, I support the BULLS

    Equipment/Junk Corner (sorry for the dark pic):
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    The Brew Spot:
    BrewSpot.jpg Keggle.jpg

    Fermentation Corner (under bar):
    Fermentation01.jpg Fermentation02.jpg

    Keg Fridge:
    KegFridge01.jpg KegFridge02.jpg
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  7. #17
    Jigsaw se bloed is blou! Looks like a nice place to spend a Saturday!

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    @ Johan Stander: explain the function of the two side pipes and ball valves on the smoker please?

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    ^ As the hot air rises on the inside it sucks air in thru those pipes and you control how much air by closing the ball valves, thereby controlling the temperature on the inside

    they usually have an air out control also, which I dont notice on his model
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  10. #20

    Quote Originally Posted by jakeslouw View Post
    @ Johan Stander: explain the function of the two side pipes and ball valves on the smoker please?
    Hi Jakes. The pipes and ball valves are to regulate your air intake. That's how you control the temperature on the smoker. There is another 3/4 inch barrel nipple at the back of smoker, but since I always keep that one open when smoking, I didn't bother with the stand pipe and ball valve. I just close it with an end cap when I am done with it. I am happy to pm you more pics showing exactly how it works if you are looking at building one. You can also use the 57cm Weber lid instead of my lock ring and drum lid. I just went with this, because it was what I had available at the time.

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