Kentucky Bourbon & GERNFLUX
#31
That's quite a brewing complex..!!! If the bourbon is half as good as those structures....it's got to be good...!! Cheers
Gus (LC&P).
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#32
Fantastic! Cheers
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#33
Beautiful work! Thumbsup A full 3% better than other distilleries!
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#34
357 These are just good old boys that buy up Army surplus, much cheaper than buying new.
At least that's the way some farmers around here do. (and it helps our government to spend more!) Shoot
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#35
jmarksbery Wrote:357 These are just good old boys that buy up Army surplus, much cheaper than buying new.
At least that's the way some farmers around here do. (and it helps our government to spend more!) Shoot

When did they start needing any help to do that? :?
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#36
With GERN added to the mix you are also guaranteed to get 3 % drunker too! Giddy-up! Cheers
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#37
Still working on it, will get some pics. up later. I got a bottling plant bash/scratchbuilt for it. Cheers
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#38
Looking forward to the pics Jim!
Cheers!
Ralph

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#39
OK, here is a pic. of where I am now on this project.
The main building was a Pola build up I had on hand. I had to take it apart and redo it as they had some parts upside down and backwards 35
The extensions are scratch built to add some detail to the bottle plant.

   
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#40
I like it Jim! Nice details on the wall of the main building (electrical conduit and met3ers?) and the tank and railings on the extension give it a good look.

Ralph

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#41
I think it is open for business. All is done except the company has a rooftop A/C unit on order, not for the employs but to keep all the machinery cooler. Before they used big exhaust fans as can be witnessed by the big exhaust vents on the side of the building.

   

   
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#42
Nice...can't wait to taste...Uh...Uh...SEE more.
Torrington, Ct.
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#43
Boy...I sure could use a drink right now.



Is that wrong to say at 9:21am while sitting at work?!? Big Grin
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#44
Anytime is the right time, as a matter of fact I had a few last night. Eek

Right now I am back working on the other section placing lights, figures and such.
Later
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#45
Nice workmanship, what kind of lites are you going to use?
Lynn

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