Jul 29

Brew Sculpture Details

Let me kick off by saying that I don’t condone people building this brew stand themselves. The fabrication involves cutting, welding, plumbing gas, and some electrical work. If you don’t know how to do those things then I’m not going to be able to teach you through this website. If, on the other hand, you’re simply curious how I made my stand then you’re in luck.

I had numerous responses to my previous post taking me up on my offer to make my cutlist and SketchUp files available. Well here they are:

  • Cutlist – Microsoft Excel file with two worksheets covering the metal cutting list and the other parts I used.
  • SketchUp PlanGoogle Sketchup model of the sculpture I built. You can use this to drill in and get any measurement you are interested in.

By the way, I don’t claim this design is at all unique. I pulled from lots of freely available information on the internet and then made some adjustments for my own situation.

Hoppy Brewing,

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    • Randy on January 26, 2013 at 10:03 pm

    Dave I,m building the solbrewer sculpture for my son and I noticed a mistake in the cutlist that you may wish to correct. The HTL should be 18″ not 20″

      • Dave on January 28, 2013 at 4:10 am

      Hi Randy,
      You are absolutely right. That should have read 18″ and it should be “HLT” (hot liquor tank) not “HTL”. Thanks for catching that. I’ve corrected and reuploaded the cutlist.


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