Topic: Build It Yourself

Sanke Fermenter DIY

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I jumped into this hobby brewing 10-gallon (38-L) batches. This was mostly out of necessity as a friend and I went in on it together and we didn’t see the point of


DIY Draft Trunk Lines: When you want to run long draft lines

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When your keg storage unit (kegerator) and home bar aren’t going to be located in the same area of your house it’s time to run trunk lines. Here is how to build them yourself with the help of a glycol chiller.


The Moonlighter Challenge: Dangling a beer carrot

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If you’re looking for big laughs in a group atmosphere while maintaining a safe distance, you need to check out the Moonlighter Challenge build.


The Hop Dropper

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Dry hopping is being practiced excessively these days. Quite a few IPAs are double and triple hopped. But for a long time only pale ales and IPAs were treated on cold side


Keg Polisher: Give your kegs a shine

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Have you ever tried to clean up the exterior of your kegs and given up due to the effort required? One crafty homebrewer came up with his own Corny keg polisher utilizing a modified wood lathe that gives those old dingy kegs a new shine.


The Modular Worterator: Post-boil brew day needs in one unit

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An all-in-one post-boil system — whirlpool, filter, chill, and aerate your wort with the Worterator.


DIY Electric Brewing

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The benefits of electric brewing are plenty, but there is also a steep learning curve if you plan to build your own electric system. Before you jump into your next big DIY, take the time to plan everything out using our advice. The time (and money) you save from doing it correctly the first time will pay off!


The WashAll System: Not your everyday keg washer

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Cleaning has always been one of the least favorite aspects of the homebrewer’s hobby. One reader decided to take matters into his own hands and create a cleaning system to make this chore a breeze. Say hello to the WashAll system.


Mobile Beer Lab: Staying organized and portable

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Keeping your testing equipment safe and organized can be a challenge. Here’s a DIY build for a mobile beer lab that will keep your lab tools ready whenever and wherever they’re needed.


The Barrel Cradle: Keep your barrels from rolling

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Oak barrels can be hugely rewarding . . . but they can come with a cost. Make sure you’re keeping your barrels stable and your back safe with this mobile barrel cradle and hoist system.


Home Bar Builds

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We asked readers to share pictures and stories behind their bar designs. Here are our favorites: Dan Stocker • Red Deer, Alberta When we purchased our house two years ago, one of


Design a Homebrew Bar

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You’ve been brewing for a few years, perhaps have your kegging system down pat and are confident in your ability to nail beer styles. What’s next? If you have time, some spare


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