There has been a steady rise in pressure over the past few days as we make final preperation for the arriving brewhouse and cellar equipment. On Monday 2 of the 3 trucks from Marks Metalworks were loaded with fermentation tanks and left for Decatur from the state of Washington. The last truck leaves today and by Saturday all tanks should be sitting on our brewhouse floor. So the next 2 days are climbing to a feverish pitch as we race to finish the build-out of the walls around the brewhouse vessels before we're forced to squeeze in between to do the work. Our floors are curing at the moment and will be ready tomorrow for heavy equipment. Which is a good thing after the rude awakening I received yesterday when finding out our one piece of used brewery equipment, our steam boiler, weighs in Friday at a wopping 12,000 lbs. Of all the equipment we'll be unloading and rigging over the weekend, the boiler is the most ominous. But, by this time next week the boiler will be installed and piped to the brewhouse with me climbing the next hurdle. Hurdles are the one constant in this project, as has been clearing them.