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Old 03-03-2013, 03:11 PM   #1
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Just posted this on CL:

http://newyork.craigslist.org/stn/for/3655877020.html

Since I posted it, I decided I'll add my IC for another $75. It's been used a couple times and works like a monster. It's a 1/2" x 50' copper immersion chiller. Thanks for looking.

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Heyy, could you PM/email me any pictures?

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Absolutely. I'll take a bunch when i get home. Any questions feel free to ask. Thanks for the reply.

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I would also be interested in pictures and brands and or quality descriptions

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Heres the mash tun. Its a 52 qt coleman extreme with copper manifold. The manifold is not soldered or permanently attached in any way. I did that so it could be taken apart and thoroughly cleaned. I get great efficiency with this MLT in the 80's. It has a 1/2 inch SS ball valve. Sorry, cam lock not included

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Heres the immersion chiller. Its 1/2" x50' copper with garden hose fittings. Works great, and gets 10 gallon batches down to pitching temps in 15 minutes, with stirring.
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Two propane burners. The square one is a bg14. The other is one that came with a turkey fryer kit. I guess i might be willing to throw in the 7.5 gallon aluminum pot too, since im getting rid of the burner. The bg14 is for larger batches as its a more powerful burner. Both work great

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20 gallon aluminum pot with lid and 1/2 inch stainless ball valve.great for up to 15 gallon batches. This pot is thick and heavy.

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The 15 gallon pot has been sold, but the immersion chiller and turkey fryer pot has been added so the price is a wash. Theres also 2 digital handheld thermometers which read the exact same temp as a brand new thermapen. Theres also a couple 3 liter clear wine bottles and one gallon jugs i'll include and a couple pounds of hops that are sealed and have never left my freezer. It's all or nothing, not breaking it up. Any questions, feel free to ask. Thanks for looking.

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So when should i have everything out of the shed by?

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