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Tom Fontes

Simply put: It's a single-vessel hybrid rims/direct fire BIAB system. Like you said before, it’s compact. I wanted something that was capable yet also to the point ...

Tyler Sadler

I use a classic cooler brew system with a converted keggle. It looks like a lot, but the camlocks and pump make transferring liquids super easy and once I get a proper stand, I will be set! ...

Alex Alonzo

Originally started with a 3 vessel gravity fed system with an igloo for a mash tun. Has evolved into a pump fed system. 20 gallon Stainless insulated mash tun ...

Violet Kaplan

My one gallon brewing works best for me as it allows me to experiment and create recipes more often. It’s also easier to brew, I brew in a bag. When brewing 5 gallons it involves more steps ...

Jay Perez

I've been brewing for 10 years and I brew using the all-grain method. My batch size is 7-9 gallons. MY setup currently runs off one pump (soon to be two) and 1 ...

Issac Macario , Zachary Torres , Esai Macario , Ab Rico

We use the Ruby Street Brewing 3 burner set up with the elevated burner. Our 3 kettle system is perfect for all grain recipes. The elevated liquor tank ...

Marvin Gomez

The small footprint is great for limited space and the Step Mashing helps shorten the brew day. The dual heating elements helps maintain temperatures ...

Julian Reyes

This is a Brutus 10 propane powered homebrew rig. From left to right, we have the Hot Liquor Tank (HLT), Mash Tun (MT), and Boil ...

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