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When he saw the froth in the mashtun, he thought of her beautiful hair.
As a sign of the recycled nature of brewing equipment, this particular stuff kettle and mashtun it looks like started its life at Avery Brewing Co in Colorado.
Given all of this, I don't know why anyone who was just starting up would build their own brewery from day one - the numbers are just too risky and there's just too much slack in the current system that can be purchased for less than a mashtun and fermenter.
The mashtuns have sliding doors on top like a dairy case and don't look anything like the usual mashtun that you see in breweries.
You labor away at this for 3 years; after a little while you get to help sanitize a mashtun and eventually, maybe, the brewmaster lets you dump some grain in, maybe add dry hops.
I daresay we could hold the wedding in the brewery next to the mashtun, and she’d agree.