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Old 03-15-2011, 01:37 AM   #1
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I bought this 15 years ago and never used it. I'm far to lazy to take a picture of mine so I stole this one from the web. Will trade for something interesting. I'd rather not ship it due to its fragility. Can be available in Northern NJ or the Jersey Shore.

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Old 03-15-2011, 03:26 AM   #2
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LOL. The used AG kit I bought came with one of those, too. I never ever used mine either and ended up giving it to a friend who was mildly curious about it.

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Old 03-15-2011, 07:51 AM   #3
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What is that thing?????? Odd!!!

Long legs means more room for beer!

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Old 03-15-2011, 05:42 PM   #4
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It's a fly sparger. That's how we used to make beer before electricity.

Apparently Walker's friends are more curious than mine, because none of my friends wanted it.
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Heck, the Phil's sparger is STILL how I make beer.

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California hippies shun electricity. They're a lot like the Amish.
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Apparently Walker's friends are more curious than mine, because none of my friends wanted it.
Our friends might be different, but our junk is the same. I saw your other posting last night.... and I have one of those little spigots and bazookas in a box in my garage that I've never used.
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Oh no, you've got it all wrong, I usually leave my oven on while I'm away at work to make the house toasty when I get back in the evenings. I also always leave a tap running, keeps those pipes from freezing up. Hey, if God didn't want us to use all this water he shouldn't have made so much of it!

However, I can definitely get behind those Amish. That beard with no mustache look is sharp!!
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Our friends might be different, but our junk is the same. I saw your other posting last night.... and I have one of those little spigots and bazookas in a box in my garage that I've never used.
In the 90s a coworker took me to partial grain and I started to make decent beer. Then he talked me into going all grain. I bought the equipment and shortly afterward had a position change that required 60%+ travel. Not compatible with home brewing. I completely forgot what it was when I found it in the attic last year.

I hate to throw it out. I don't think you can get one anymore and I'm sure someone would like it.
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