Richard's Beer Brewing Gear

Here we have Richard's backyard brewing set-up. It's a simple affair, built of a card table, an old work  bench, a couple used coolers, a large stock pot, and a bunch of hoses.  After brewing, the beer is kegged and it goes in that refrigerator in the background.  It's a fun place to be!

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Uploaded: 13/05/2012
Updated: 23/07/2014


Tags: beer; richard perry; brewing; ethel way; fun; backyard; propane; wort; mash tun; sparge; fermentation; yeast; red ale; brew day; brew; ale
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