The next Wine Barrel Fire Pit was built be Shaun Ibe.
We supplied all of the parts, knowledge base and Shaun built one really nice Wine Barrel Fire pit! We will explain as we move forward
Shaun used up all of his old corks to line the top with and then he had a piece of glass made to cover the corks. Be sure you have the top made with tempered glass! Teh glasss that was used was
1/4" Clear Base Glass
Platinum Base Glass
Gold Ruby Topper
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We supply you with creativity, parts, support, imagination and give you license to be creative on your own, after all, that's what we do and who we are!
Here are the pictures of the Wine Barrel Project! Be sure to screw all of the boards before cutting any holes!
Above is the door and the FPPK box to the right. We installed an 18" bowl with a false bottom. The ring that was used was a 12" double stainless steel ring. If you filled the complete opening you will need 45 lbs for a 2" fill and if you only filed the bowl you will only need 18 lbs for a 2" fill.
My first choice would not of been a plywood top. Since then Steve is having a 48" round aluminum top being fabricated. You could also use granite, steel, glass, etc..... Use your imagination!
Below one of our guys added a wood table top and accented it with wine glasses and a bottle. You can add a granite top, glass top, aluminum or steel top, use your imagination. It's your budget your going to spend!
We made a few square aluminum tops and we will post pictures when we get a chance.
The wine barrel below was build by one of our newer dealers in Texas. Matt's Welding. Contact us for information about Matt's wonderful work. We are going to be much more of Matt's work and look around his showroom in the pictures below. Many more projects to come.
There was a steel bowl installed using our propane system to burn our glass. They used Bronze Base Glass in the fire pit.
The next fire pit is from Ivan Grace in New Zealand. We supplied the parts and imagination and he constructed one very nice fire table for his outdoor bar. We will explain as we move forward. Above is the wine barrel fire pit with out the granite top. Below Ivan installed the granite top.
The drink a bit differently in New Zealand than we do here.....
Ivan had a nice top made for his fire pit.
I think Ivan should make a top for his wife next, ya think? But then again it could be catchy here too!!!!
Another Wine Barrel Fire Pit with Cobalt Blue Base Glass. This was propane as well.
Typically you will burn at about 30,000 btu's. This will allow your 20 lb tank to last about 15 to 20 hours.
Now if you go TURBO! This is 100,000 btus. You want big fire? Here you go!
We don't do wimpy. That is for the competition, or if that is what they call themselves.
You want fire? You got it.Propane is not an issue, for us anyway.
Gene Underwood Wine Barrel Fire Pit
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