I like building stuff and I like making beer, I love making my own brewing equipment. I have long disliked how far thermometers and valves stick out of keggle (keg+kettle) or any brewing vessel for the matter so I thought I would shave some height off by mounting the threaded fitting flush with the surface of the keg. Then I polished it all down for a nice and clean surface that won’t harbor any grim.
Do you need some fittings welded in? send me an email and we’ll knock it out
Every once in a while you give in to the requests to donate this that or the other. Most of the time it’s little stuff like a set of tires or some gift cards. But on this occasion I was foolish enough to donate a custom built frame to some random person during a women’s only gathering at the 2009 CX nationals. Lucky for me Kate Dunning a local BendOR resident won the bike and happens to be a pretty cool chick. I took FOREVER to build this bike, but Kate was extremely patient and for that I am grateful. So it’s nice in the end that Heather Clark of the Bulletin wrote an article about Kate and how the bike that I built for her pushed her into racing cross. Sure she rides for the guys at Pine Mountain Sports, but she certainly has the coolest bike out of the bunch.
We finally have a website. This will be an area for news.