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Old 08-12-2011, 12:36 AM   #1
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Default For Sale - Brewstand, single tier with two Bayou BG14 burners. NEW!!!

Single tier brewstand with two Bayou Classic BG14 high pressure burners which produce 210,000 btu's
1.5 X 1.5 16 gauge steel square tubing. Painted the black part with 1200 degree heat resistant paint.
The stand itself is 15" wide, 63" long by 28" in height.
Ive added a metal piece to the bottom center, this was done for those of you that like to use pumps..Holes will need to be added.
The center piece is wood which can be removed...this was added for those mash tuns.

This is the second that Ive built within the last two years. The first one was sold. I designed this one a little different and was going to use it. But never did get around to breaking it in.

I'm adding a 42qt aluminum pot with lid to the offer. included is also a 10 psi regluator. I just added this....however, for even a better flame, I would use a 20-30 psi.

I'm asking $425 cash.

I'm not willing to ship this since it weights a ton.....
My zip code for anyone that is interested 30656.. I live outside the metro Atlanta, GA area.
Also, you can see some of the build, from the signature. #2





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Old 08-12-2011, 12:57 AM   #2
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man! that looks killer! wifey finally agreed to me building one after seeing how nice yours it. how many feet of steel did you have to get to build that?

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Old 08-12-2011, 01:17 AM   #3
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Hey. I am in Smyrna and have read your threads on brewstand build 1 and 2. I am in the process of gearing up to build a brutus clone.

As you are an experienced brewstand builder would you buy this guy at $425 an make modifications to fire three burners and provide automation, or would you continue your plans to build from the ground up?

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Old 08-12-2011, 01:38 AM   #4
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man! that looks killer! wifey finally agreed to me building one after seeing how nice yours it. how many feet of steel did you have to get to build that?
50 feet....I bought 10 five foot sections.
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Hey. I am in Smyrna and have read your threads on brewstand build 1 and 2. I am in the process of gearing up to build a brutus clone.

As you are an experienced brewstand builder would you buy this guy at $425 an make modifications to fire three burners and provide automation, or would you continue your plans to build from the ground up?
All depends on your needs. I'm sure with some mods it will work. If you look at most of the brutus clones they all have a frame which is similar to what Ive done...so it depends once again on how much more you want to add or change.
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Hey man it's Bryan. I called you earlier. I decided I can offer $400 and can pick it up tomorrow. Let me know if you think that sounds fair.

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Hey man it's Bryan. I called you earlier. I decided I can offer $400 and can pick it up tomorrow. Let me know if you think that sounds fair.
Really would like 425...unless you want to give the burners and we can drop the price to maybe 360
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50 feet....I bought 10 five foot sections.
I live in Atlanta also an am thinking of building one like this. Can you tell me where you got your steel tubing from?
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I live in Atlanta also an am thinking of building one like this. Can you tell me where you got your steel tubing from?
http://stores.ebay.com/McCune-Steel?_trksid=p4340.l2563
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Hey Bryan, I live in Thomasville. Did you sell the stand???

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