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We’re mobile (wheels are on)!

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Now it was time to take it down and make it mobile. We wanted the top to be approxamately 24″ off the ground, and we were sitting on 19″ already. Enter 6″ caster wheels. Two of the casters have breaks on them so you don’t end up with a 210,000 BTU bomb rolling down the driveway with 15-20 gallons of scalding hot water on top. Probably best not to brew on a hill anyways, but just in case. ๐Ÿ™‚



My other two burners will be here on September 4th, so I am hoping to get them all mounted into the stand that week. From there, we will figure out some sort of a wind shield for each of the burners.


Paint is on!

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Well because this is bare metal, we needed to get some paint on it, and quick. This summer was a pretty dry one, so there wasn’t too much humidity in the air. I think Mother Nature knew that we were working on this because it had rained for like 2 days straight after I got it back in my garage. From here, we went to the local home improvment store and picked up some 1200ยบ rated black paint. After about 2 hours, It nows looks like this:



Building a Brew Stand…. so it starts!

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This category is dedicated to all the folks who want to build their own brew stand. Well we at ThePubShow are working on it, so this is yet another page you’ll want to follow. Updates, pictures, descriptions, random phallus’, etc will be posted here, so keep checking for more updates (or how about just sign up for the RSS feed so you know when there is a change?).


Define build plans:

I did a bit of searching on the internet until I found a series of plans I was satisfied with. I came across a series of plans from a guy at WestPoint. He used 1.5″ square tubing in his, and since I wasn’t going to be boiling a swimming pool, I felt that 1″ would work just fine.


So I went to the local steel shop in town and picked up 40′ of 1″ square tubing. Several cuts and welds later, I came up with this: