Build an insulated jacket that easily slips on and off your kettle for the mash.
There's nothing more frustrating on brew day than flipping your new shiny magnetic driven pump on and nothing happens.
Achieve a precise water temperature for mashing in or lautering by building a mixing valve.
Learn an easy, safe way to add permanent measuring markers on your stainless steel brew kettle.
If you bottle your homebrews, try building this pneumatic bottle capper to make the process faster (and a bit more fun).
Sometimes it’s the little things in homebrewing. Here are two “small builds” that can help in a big way.
An effective alternative to the common immersion and coiled counterflow chillers: The double pipe heat exchanger
Keep your mash temperatures constant by building your own internally heated mash tun.
Get tips and recipes from homebrewers who have won awards with their homebrewed lagers.
Keep hop debris from clogging your kettle with this project — build your own “hop spider.”
Build your own draft tower from PVC piping for a fraction of the price of a new one. This project is quick and easy, yet still looks great and works perfectly.
Build a hardwood homebrew box with a nautical theme.
Keep your kegs and carboys clean with this bucket-based spray cleaner.
Build your own tap handles and show off your labels.
A solution for having CO2 on demand where you need it in your brewery.
A homemade electric, temperature-controlled brewery - and it all fits on a countertop. A 3-gallon (11-L), 2-vessel solution for small-scale brewing.
Cart your carboy around without fear of breaking it with our pair of projects. Build a carboy protector and a carboy dolly.