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Old 07-31-2014, 12:36 AM   #1
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I've recently made the switch from keggles to SS pots, thus I am selling my pre-drilled and pre-cut E-Keggle that I previously used for EBIAB batches. This keg has two ports drilled for 1/2" ball valves (I used 2 so that I could whirlpool), one port drilled for either a RTD/Thermocouple probe or a thermometer (I've used this port for both), and a port drilled for a hot water heating element. In addition, the keggle is wrapped with 2 wraps of reflectix heat insulation to help it hold a consistent mash temp without having to fire the element. Also included is an el-cheapo aluminum lid (i had a small notch cut in mine for my wort chiller) as well. Element and hardware, such as ball valves are NOT included.

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I don't want to ship this thing, so this would need to be local pickup in the Hilton Head/Savannah area.







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Old 07-31-2014, 02:10 AM   #2
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That keg is perfect. If you ever want to ship it or just drive it down to New Orleans let me know


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Excellent price for what you are getting, I do not need else I would buy.

To perspective buyers, a keggle with one welded port average is $100+$25 for each additional port. No lid, and not wrapped as this is. If you want to upgrade this is a great deal.

Just get weldless valves and close nipples with hi temp o rings and you are in business

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Excellent price for what you are getting, I do not need else I would buy.

To perspective buyers, a keggle with one welded port average is $100+$25 for each additional port. No lid, and not wrapped as this is. If you want to upgrade this is a great deal.

Just get weldless valves and close nipples with hi temp o rings and you are in business
I've had a lot of interest from those asking if I'd like to ship. Right now, I really would prefer not shipping. If anyone is in the Savannah or Charleston area and is interested, I'd be willing to meet up with you somewhere.
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Old 08-03-2014, 11:02 PM   #5
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I'm near Macon...might be interested, and would drive to meet you, most likely.

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Old 08-05-2014, 01:33 PM   #6
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Dang, I would love to have this but That is one heck of a drive for me. Please let me kow if you decide to ship I would be very interested.

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