I would love to have a utility sink. I'd have to settle for the basement since our garage gets too cold for plumbing in the winter. Cleaning a 10 gallon kettle, buckets, etc isn't easy with a kitchen sink. After brewing I put about 5 - 6 gallons of water in my kettle by filling a gallon pitcher over and over, mix PBW, and throw everything in to soak. Once done, I drain through the ball valve. Then I rinse with a garden hose adapter hooked up to the faucet with high temp tubing attached. This takes a lot longer than if I had a big sink available I'm sure, but it works. It's easy to make a mess though, which never goes over well with the wife. It seems like cleanup time matches the time she wants to use the kitchen.
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