As of this posting, we’re in the process of moving Homebrew Finds headquarters from one house to another. Moving…. it’s not fun.
In the process of selling our current house and getting ready to move to the new one, I paired down a LOT of my homebrewing equipment. Some gear was sold and a lot went to storage. However… I refuse to be without the ability to homebrew, even in a time of transition. The scant gear I chose to keep, was my inspiration for this post. It’s an indication to me of what’s the most important gear to me at this time.
- Grainfather – All-Grain Brewing System – I’ve been using this for a while now and… love it. I’m loving the function and simplicity of this system. It’s acts as my mash tun and boil kettle and the included counterflow chiller stores inside to save space.
- Of course, I kept my kegerator
- Fermentation Chamber, Controlled by ITC-308 Temp Controller
- Thermapen Mk4 Thermometer and everything in my Brew Day Box
- I have several styles of fermenters, but chose to hang on to my two Speidel Fermenters – [Review]
- Bulk Grains Stored in Buckets and Gamma Seal Lids
- Hops and yeast stored in my beer room fridge
- If you’ve been a reader of HBF for any substantial length of time, this will not surprise you… 24″ Whisk
- 2 x Rubbermaid 1 Gallon Commercial Pitchers
- 2 x Rubbermaid Commercial Bus Tubs
- Trinity EcoStorage NSF Stainless Table
- Wallpaper Prep Tray – for cleaning/sanitizing and storing a few longer items, like auto siphon, whisk, etc.
That’s about it. I have a few other odds and ends, Star San, PBW, tubing, some clamps.
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