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Old 08-31-2011, 12:31 AM   #1
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Default Ever checked out Dudadiesel?

Somebody on here mentioned a plate chiller he bought from duda diesel. Seems like a good site to buy brew equipment. Great prices. They aren't a homebrew company but do advertise some of their products for homebrewing use. They have a 15 gallon conical with stand for $159 and mention one of the uses as beer brewing. They also have stainless steel ball valves ($11), many plate chillers and alot of other stuff. I apologize to the guy who mentioned this place first because I can't remember his name, but thanks! Dudadiesel looks like a very economical place to buy equipment.

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Old 08-31-2011, 01:55 AM   #2
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I've bought phosphoric acid from them. Super great deal compared to the LHBS. Reasonably fast shipping and customer service was easy to get ahold of.


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i got my plate chiller from them.. great price/service.. can't complain.. didn't' know they made conicals.. maybe once i get some extra cash i may have to take a look at them


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I bought my plate chiller from them and have been very happy with it. Much cheaper than the "homebrew chillers" advertised online.

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Old 09-01-2011, 12:18 AM   #5
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Dudadiesel makes the plate chillers that many others sell unbranded (or their brand). Like kegcowboy,AHS,etc. Duda has been very helpful in conversation, but they are really a 'supplier' and not a home brew shop. Ask them questions about how many minutes for flow rates and such, but I'd not bother asking a ton of brewing specific inquiries. They are really a biodiesel gear company (not that there's much difference).

I think that their prices are quite good. My 30 plate small is great with the back mounting studs.

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