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Old 02-10-2012, 07:45 PM   #1
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DME extra light 4 - 50 lbs 140 each
2 coleman mash tuns - 100 each with all hardware
55 gallon plastic drum 1 for grain and 1 never used 20 bucks each
counter flow chiller inspired by bobby - 50 bucks

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Old 02-10-2012, 08:03 PM   #2
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Will you ship the chiller? Pictures?

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Old 02-10-2012, 08:12 PM   #3
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I'm interested in the mash tuns/equipment. Do you have pics and are you willing to ship?

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shoot me an pm with your email and I will send some pics over

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cork and cages 10 bucks for all of them and its A L O T ...if i had to count pushin 14 all day
Are you selling Belgian bottles, the corks and the cages, or both?
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Depending on the number of Belgian bottles and where in the DC area you are, I'd be interested in the bottles and the corks and cages if dcHokie doesn't take them.

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What city are you in? DC area is pretty broad depending on folks' definition, and whether or not the drive is convenient (downtown DC would be a no-go for me, but some would call Laurel, MD DC area, and that would be super easy for me)
My folks still live in Central MD, so I drop down there with some frequency.

Pics, and what size are the mash tuns? Can you describe their hardware a bit more?

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yeah im closer to cental md. DC area is very lose term

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yeah im closer to cental md. DC area is very lose term
Alright, so what city? Central MD still covers some mileage north to south, rural versus urban.. a specific city on a map generally helps.
How big are the mash tuns?
What kind of hardware is installed on them?
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