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Old 11-25-2009, 01:32 PM   #1
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Default For Sale - whole All grain set-up with kegs and kegerator

Life change and Im getting out of brewing. I have an entire setup that i would like to sell as a whole.

2---7 gallon stainless steel pots with ball lock valves (mash tun has stainless plumbing tube) 180$
1---co2 regulator 50$
1---20lb co2 tank 110$
4---ale pails 10$
4---Corny kegs/ball lock 120$
1---stainless 4 gallon pot 10$
1---digital scale 20$
4---glass carboys 120$
1----Partially converted kegorator 70$
1----counter flow wort chiller 40$
1----auoto siphon 5$
1-----beer theif 2$
1----freezer for lagering(holds one carboy or three cornies) 60$
1----johnson controls temp control 30$
1----Burner (turkey fryer) 25$
1----grain mill Barley crusher malt mill with a seven pound hopper 100$
misc----hoses corny connections party taps airlocks 10$
1------Hydrometer
40lbs------eruo pils 1 months old 1$ a lb for all grain.
50lbs------aromatic
40lbs------2 row 1 month old
5lbs--------maze in 1lbs bags
1 lbs------rice
1lbs------black patent
1lbs-----dextrin
1lbs----chocalate malt
1lbs----oats
2lbs----6 row
3lbs----20l

I think that adds up to 1169$. I would be willing to sell the whole thing for 1000$. I think that this is an EXTREMLY fair price on an entire all grain set up and will NOT budge on it. I will piece it out after a few weeks if no one is interested in the whole set up.

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Old 11-25-2009, 01:42 PM   #2
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sorry, I'm not understanding. Your selling all of it for a total of $1116??? Good luck

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Old 11-25-2009, 03:30 PM   #3
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Wanting to get retail prices for used/second-hand stuff????

Trying to sell this as a lot to a bunch of experienced brewers who already have some or most of this stuff????

Doesn't make much sense.

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Old 11-25-2009, 04:30 PM   #4
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If you decide to part out and ship let me know - I would pick up some of it from you.

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Old 11-25-2009, 04:37 PM   #5
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Not to pile on, but I suppose I will...

You are not going to get retail prices for used stuff. Especially when there is no labor involved. And the prices you have listed aren't even earth shattering for retail prices. I would say 80% of retail is the max you are going to get, and even then I don't think you would get it for that system. I advise parting it out and listing on CL if you want to try to get those prices.

Good luck and sorry you are leaving the hobby.

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Old 11-25-2009, 05:06 PM   #6
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Hey All,

If you don't like it, don't buy it. Crushing a deal for somebody else is bad form.....send a PM if you think he is that jacked up.

Just my $.02

I wish y'all a Happy Thanksgiving!

I'm happy because I don't have to go back to SWA EVER again! 4 Thanksgiving Days of the past 6 over there was enough. 21 years and out.

Mike

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Old 11-25-2009, 05:09 PM   #7
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I don't mean to crush a deal, but sale review is SOP here. If a deal is good or fair we all say so, if not we suggest what a fair price would be. My standard response is that if you want more money, go to CL and put it up for what you think you can get. Nothing wrong with that. The thing is a lot of new brewers come here and we try to direct them to good deals and steer them from bad deals.

No harm, no foul, and no hard feelings.

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Absolutly none of it is retail priced. And for you "experienced" brewers you should know that. Sorry for listing and offending you "experienced" brewers.

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Old 11-25-2009, 05:17 PM   #9
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I agree most of those listed item prices are like 80-100% of new prices, but there are a few deals in there, not many, just a few.

The kegging equipment are almost new prices so there's no deal there. Four 4 USED carboys for $120 is way over priced. My last 5 gal carboy purchase was for $6.00 each (24 of them).

On full collection/gear purchases I list the catalog prices are (they are usually lower than at the LHBS) and divide by two for a maximum price...but that's just me...

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It is not offensive, we are just giving you feedback. Like I said, ask whatever you want on CL. You can ask here, but you should expect feedback whether it is a good, bad, or fair deal.

And for reference:

http://www.austinhomebrew.com/produc...oducts_id=2318
http://www.austinhomebrew.com/produc...ducts_id=10057
That is your pot retail for $79 a piece. Not to mention by shopping for more than 10 seconds I could beat that price by about $20. And that is brand new.

I could go down your whole list, but that would be offensive.

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