First off here's some 4x5's. My scanner doesn't do a great job with them since it's for film that's you know... not 4" by 5".
This was taken on my phone. In person they're like prints in and of themselves. You can drum scan them to hundreds of gigabytes if you pleased. Basically the amount of information in them is staggering.
This is the canner.
The cooking platform.
An accidental double exposure of the fermenters.
More of the cook platform.
The single exposure of the fermenters.
Now the B&W 120 film. The negatives measure 2 1/4" x 1 3/4" (56mm x 42mm) and the film is Kodak 400 TMY-2 if you were interested.
This is what you would see if you were delivering say a pallet of grain.
The grain silo.
All stainless fermenters.
The keg washer and filler.
The grain mill.
Cleaning the grain out of a batch that just got cooked. They had multiple dumpsters of spent grain. Seems like an opportunity for a productive reuse if someone would come haul it away (big if). The guy who makes our moonshine in NC has a flock of "wild" turkeys that eat all the mash. Supposedly they're delicious.
This machine places the tops on the cans.