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Old 11-18-2011, 01:47 PM   #1
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Default For Sale - WANTED: 5 Gallon Carboy / Cap / Airlock

Looking for a 5 gallon carboy, cap, and airlock near Hannibal, MO at a reasonable price. Better Bottle is even better (i made a funny!). I will entertain shipping as long as it isn't too much. I'm on a "budget" which is why I am looking local.

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Old 11-18-2011, 02:07 PM   #2
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You might look on your local Craigslist for a used one. Also, I recently bought a new glass carboy on Amazon, for a very good price (about $10 less than my local homebrew store). It was larger than what you are looking for (6 or 6.5 gallons, I can't remember), but you might look there.

If you are looking for a primary fermenter for beer, and want to do 5 gallon batches, you'll want a larger carboy (to accomodate the krausen). But if you're doing small batches, or making cider, wine or mead, a five gallon carboy would work.

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Thanks for the tip. I'll take a look on CL, but around here not too many people use it. A lot of good 'ol boys and not much of my younger generation

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Also, fermentation buckets are less expensive than carboys and work just fine. Good luck!

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I'm sorry LOL! Hannibal is.....interesting. I'm actually in New London, on the border.
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Haha yea it is. I visited for the first time last year for July fourth ska Tom and huck day

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Got everything I need!

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