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BrewPub4U: What Every Wedding and Business Conference Needs

Beer

07.29.2010

Brewpub4u

I went to my friends’ wedding a few short weeks ago. Something that I have always loved about weddings, picnics, business retreats, and other like events isn’t just the community, but the community filled with far more alcohol than we could shake a stick at.

In the course of time we have all had means and methods for transporting our various beverages to the site of choice. Flasks, jockey boxes, wine gourds, coolers being amongst some of my favorites. Duane Woytonik of Brewpub4u seems to have delivered to us the mastery beer transport machine.

Based out of Seattle, Duane has constructed a 3.5 barrel brewing system with 8 keg holders, 10 bar stools, 2 big TVs and a 60 gallon boiler. And the best part about it, its portable. I think the Olympians might just reserve it for their next bacchanal.

“Sheila”, as I am calling her, is a beautiful piece of hand welded stainless steel. Built by hand by Duane and his crew, they have contracted out for not just drinking purposes but for brew making as well for educational, expansion, and experimentation purposes.

To best describe Sheila, imagine if M.C. Escher and Rube Goldberg were drinking together one sunny day and just happen to discover a few years to kill, welding equipment, and enough beer to last them all the while.

It’s a marvel of modern man and if you want to check it out or reserve it for your next event visit the Brewpub4U website or friend them on Facebook.



Comments

  1. Gerard Walen | Thursday, July 29, 2010

    But will they travel to Florida? :-)


  2. Brian | Thursday, July 29, 2010

    And North Carolina too?

    :)

    This is awesome. I want one.


  3. Alan Kropf | Thursday, July 29, 2010

    Yes. We must pull one of these things behind the Mutineer RV. CAN. IT. BE. DONE?


  4. Ashley V Routson | Thursday, July 29, 2010

    I can see it now … Mutineer craft beer road trip. We travel to each state and brew a different beer using ingredients found in each state. Epic? Yes!


  5. SD Lounger | Thursday, July 29, 2010

    This baby is coming to my next party for sure. Sheila… I think I love you.


  6. duane woytonik | Thursday, July 29, 2010

    We can do almost anything, the brewery rolls down the freeway at 70-80 mph, the more crazy it sounds, the more we think about how it can be done. We are taking a different approach, we built the brewery, now we are building a fanbase, then we will brew the beer, Thank you all for all the support!! Check out pics @ brewpub4u on facebook and follow the link to our website from the article!! Use the facebook page to view all the cool pics and leave comments!! Cheers and THANK YOU!!!! Duane & BREWPUB4U!!!!


  7. Ashley Routson | Thursday, July 29, 2010

    Duane — Some of us Mutineers are actually stationed up in Seattle at this moment. And I know that some of us (cough cough), would love to check out what you guys are doing. Shoot me an email: ashley@mutineermagazine.com

    Cheers!


  8. duane woytonik | Friday, July 30, 2010

    http://www.brewpub4u.com/


  9. Chris Flaskamp | Tuesday, August 10, 2010

    Hi Duane,

    Any chance we could import this to Chile?
    Cheers, Chris
    Tübinger Microbrews
    Santiago-Chile
    chris@tubinger.cl


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