As you may be able to tell from all my recent posting, I'm really getting excited about brewing again. (been listening to The Session) So, I took some measurements today, did some planning and made a material list. I'm going to put a small addition on the mancave, so I can do my brewing right here. Looking at the pic I posted, I'm coming out from the front wall 8 foot. and then, from the end wall on the right, I will come over 6 ft 8 in. That will put me about four inches off the window. Sure, it's not huge (that's what she said) just a little over 53 sq ft. But, with careful planning, I think it will be very workable, and useable. I'm very organized, and keep things in their place, so it will be fine for me. Not including flooring, to get the structure up, I'm only looking at about 350$ I am installing a floor drain, with tile floor, for easy clean up. Of course, an good vent hood, and I will plumb it, and put a good slop sink in. As I do not have water out there, I will just put a garden hose conection on the outside, and hook up the hose for brewing. Cold water only. I think I will have 18" counters on two wallsthe front wall, and looking at the front, down the left wall. I'll thow in some cabinets as I am able to pick them up free of cheap, down the road.
As far a burners and a stand go, I think down the right hand wall, I will fab and install some type of hinged fold down two burner system. A March pump is in the works, so, single tier will be fine. I am also thinking of hard plumbing my burners, and run it outside, so my propane tank is outside while brewing. That's my plan. Now, I need help. What suggestions do you all have? Besides making it bigger, that is not an option, what what you do different, and what am I forgetting to add?