In a nutshell, the Juniper Fuzz is kinda like a Bazz Fuss but with a Fuzz Face-style gain/fuzz control. It's a total of 7 on-board components, so it's easy to build on just about any type of board or even in true point-to-point style.
The Juniper Fuzz project page includes a graphical layout and a transfer image for making circuit boards.
Oh boy, does this thing cook! Three JFETs of all-out fuzz-stortion.
Learn how to make your own copper sparging manifold for a rectangular mash tun. This is for those of us who batch sparge with all grain mashing.
Also, check out this simple project for making a dry (waterless) airlock. They're a nice alternative to the typical "S" or 3-piece airlock.
This device is used to measure the temperature of your wort as it exits the counterflow chiller. This is so you can adjust the cooling water flow rate in real time to make sure your wort goes into the fermentor at just the right temp.
I think the title says it all:
I added clipping diodes to the classic LPB2 by Electro-Harmonix. No PCB image yet, as I'm still fiddling with a few things, but here's the project page:
In a nod to my delightfully geeky Dungeons & Dragons* - fueled childhood (and early college), I have renamed the previous "Shop of Fuzz" circuit to the Vorpal Fuzz. The layout is now verified:
* The term "vorpal" originally comes from Lewis Carroll's poem "Jabberwocky," but was used in AD&D as a synonym for "magically sharp." With the right tweaks, this circuit can really do "snicker-snack." :)