Alchemy Collective's home made brew bar.  We're still trying to get the funds together to open our worker-owned cafe, but I couldn't wait, plus it looks bad as hell on my table at home.  It's made out of bike chain rings, copper tubes and a glass bottle.

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Very nice!! How did you join the aluminum and the copper?
Phoebe, I've seen your brewbar, in fact, this is inspired It made me realize that the brewbar is the one piece of coffee equipment that you can get creative with since all it has to do is hold drippers and catch overspill. Then since we want a re-used materials motif, I just went from there. The original idea was to make something that takes up less horizontal space, since countertop real estate is so valuable. But, oh well.
Nothing fancy, the centerpiece sits on the cross of the copper frame, and I just used pipe brackets to bolt the tubes to the bottom metal piece to hold it in place.

Mike Sabol said:
Very nice!! How did you join the aluminum and the copper?

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