Complete Brewing set up

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Complete Brewing set up

Postby Konertjm » Sun Jan 28, 2018 10:33 am

I've decided to get out of brewing. I haven't brewed in 3 years and don't see myself brewing 11 gallon batches any longer.
Attached is a spreadsheet of all my equipment and a few supplies. All prices are negotiable.
I would prefer to sell bundled, i.e. all the Brewing equipment together, all fermenting, all kegging etc.
Special items will be included for free when bundled.
If you purchase all the brewing equipment, I will include 200+ lbs of grain. All has been stored in airtight containers.
If you purchase all the fermenting equipment, we may work out a deal that includes a refrigerator. Fridge can be setup to store kegs, or as a temp controlled fermentation chamber.
If you purchase the complete Kegging setup ( which may or may not include my kegerator, I am considering keep it) there will be extra items like a keg washer included.

Excel Spreadsheet attached.
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Re: Complete Brewing set up

Postby robininski » Sun Jan 28, 2018 7:53 pm

You did not list any fermentation STUFF. So what is it exactly?
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Re: Complete Brewing set up

Postby Konertjm » Mon Jan 29, 2018 9:35 am

Rob,
Different sections are listed in 5 separate tabs, Brewing, Fermentation, Kegs and Equipment, Grains, and Misc.
Let me know if you don't see this, and I can e-mail the spreadsheet.

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Re: Complete Brewing set up

Postby wnordmann » Mon Jan 29, 2018 10:17 pm

Do you need a kettle for your move to smaller batches?
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Re: Complete Brewing set up

Postby Quetzolcotl » Thu Feb 01, 2018 1:46 pm

What size are the kettles?

If you end up splitting the collection up I'm interested in one of those, the QD connectors and hoses, and a C02 regulator.
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