Boiling up my experimental Oktoberfest Homebrew in my 20 gallon Blichmann boilermaker brew kettle.
For today is project I welded up a old decommissioned 5 gallon brewery keg and made myself a new home brewery stool with an adjustable height seat.
I had bought a cheap stool for the base materials and cut it up to be used for parts. The items did not fit together perfectly so there was a good deal of cutting, grinding, welding and finishing. All in the project took about 3 hours but I am happy with the results. Having the ability to adjust the height on the seat comes in pretty handy depending on what project I am working on. The additional legs around the base of the keg adds some stability to the stool in case one of my friends has had a few too many!
The tools that I used to make my brewery stool were a mig welder, grinder, hack saw / cut saw, wire brush, hammer and a little sand paper for finishing. If you would like to make your own brewing throne, brewery stool, keg stool or keg seat and have any questions, please feel free to ask or leave a comment. I am always happy to help out!
Wrapping up brew day! Brewed something that I am calling an American Oktoberfest Ale. If it does not come out tasting terrible I will be happy to post the recipe for anyone who might be interested in it!
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Great idea for your spent home brewing grains! Maybe I will try this next time instead of tossing them in the trash.
While trying to figure out what I would do with my spent home brewing grains, I came across this great recipe online at brooklynbrewshop.com. It is to create chocolate almond biscotti’s from your homebrew grains once you are done with them! WHAT YOU NEED 1 cup Spent Grain Flour 1 cup all-purpose flour […]