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#21 Stout_fan

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Posted 31 December 2020 - 02:31 PM

Mtn, so what did you pay for it? And I agree, it is a massive improvement over a plastic laundry tub.

HOWEVER, a plastic laundry tub beats having nothing which is exactly what I had before the plastic laundry tub.

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Posted 14 January 2021 - 11:49 AM

I don't even remember what I paid for it. A couple hundred maybe? If it was the same size but had two larger sinks instead of 3 little ones, I'd like it a lot better. But the sprayer alone is worth the price of admission.



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Posted 17 May 2021 - 12:26 PM

Well, the pet has passed on, so will be moving ahead on the brew kitchen in the next month or two. Gravitating towards these two items. SS utility sink which will replace the old plastic one, and then a SS table/shelf along the wall to the left, to create an L-shape. I can drop the the bottom shelf on the table low enough to accommodate the Anvil and a brew bucket (I will ferment in this room for now). We have some Ikea shelves in the laundry room already that we will reuse above the stainless steel table. It's a small space (a 4'x5' rectangle) but I think that is making the most of it. 

 

https://www.amazon.c...W218CR23KDYECYR

 

https://www.amazon.c...21278914&sr=8-3


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Posted 17 May 2021 - 12:38 PM

Also thinking about just doing a shelf instead along the wall instead of a table. Shoulder be cheaper, more stable, easier to clean under: https://www.amazon.c...21280232&sr=8-5


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Posted 24 July 2021 - 07:56 PM

Well, the pet has passed on, so will be moving ahead on the brew kitchen in the next month or two. Gravitating towards these two items. SS utility sink which will replace the old plastic one, and then a SS table/shelf along the wall to the left, to create an L-shape. I can drop the the bottom shelf on the table low enough to accommodate the Anvil and a brew bucket (I will ferment in this room for now). We have some Ikea shelves in the laundry room already that we will reuse above the stainless steel table. It's a small space (a 4'x5' rectangle) but I think that is making the most of it. 

 

https://www.amazon.c...W218CR23KDYECYR

 

https://www.amazon.c...21278914&sr=8-3

 

I ordered these items and they seem reasonably good for the price point. I already demo'd the bathroom that will share the same tiling as the laundry room and brew space and almost finished with the tile work there and just waiting on the vanity, etc. to come in. Should start the demo and tiling for the laundry room/brew kitchen within two weeks. It's a modest space, but this will be a big improvement over brewing in the garage. 


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#26 Stout_fan

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Posted 09 August 2021 - 08:07 AM

After moving to TN, my new church moved to a larger space. That space was a restaurant. Although they did not 86 any sinks, the landlord had one that came with a property he acquired. Paid $200 for it. It's like a fairly large sink in the middle of a sloped prep area. A side table of 18"x24" or so is attached. The problem is the front of the sink isn't welded to the table. SO...

 

I have to do a sanitary SS weld across the front of the sink. That requires me running a 220v outlet in the garage. Then I have to run 220v to the brewery, water and a floor drain.

Ah,

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