I'm looking for a little advice or feedback on brewing in the garage in the winter.
I live in Minnesota where the winters are long and cold. My wife and I moved to a new house recently in which I have a nice three car attached garage that is insulated. It is not heated. I have water and a sink plumbed to the garage with a floor drain for access. I made the water shutoffs on the inside of the house so that I can drain them after use to avoid freezing. My brewing system uses propane burners.
My main concern is with condensation buildup from the boil. In my previous garage, I brewed all winter long and the windows would fog up even with the garage door open. This new garage is a lot bigger, but I want to avoid any condensation/mold issues. The new garage does not have any windows, so I would need to brew with the doors open to evacuate CO if it's there. I've toyed with the idea of installing some sort of an industrial vent hood over my brew rig and venting that to the outside, but I would like to avoid that investment if I can.
Does anyone have any current process/setup that they use to avoid condensation build up in the winter? I'd hate to have to quit brewing when it gets too cold to brew outside!