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Old 12-21-2011, 10:27 PM   #11
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Jeremy,

You know on my needed list is a barley crusher. This might need to go with it. I agree with the other post you are always fair with your prices so pm me something and we can go from there.

As always, apexbrewwares has great service that is much appreciated by the homebrewer such as myself.

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Old 12-21-2011, 10:28 PM   #12
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15 bucks tops.
I just paid $22 (or thereabouts) for a brand new Brewcraft 30L fermenter with lid. For a nice container that is used, I'd pay significantly less. They're nice, but I'd have to clean/bleach the wine smell and it's possibly questionable that they are really food safe (I'm just suspicious of plastic from China).

But if the price was right, I'd definitely get a couple for grain storage if not for a fermenter.
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Old 12-21-2011, 10:30 PM   #13
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I would have to agree that $15 would be a good price point. I can get used 15 gallon LME barrels for $10. The only problem with using LME barrels is that they are a PITA to clean. The ones that you are offering will be easy to clean but not being airtight is a drawback.

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Old 12-21-2011, 10:31 PM   #14
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Old 12-21-2011, 10:31 PM   #15
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I just paid $22 (or thereabouts) for a brand new Brewcraft 30L fermenter with lid. For a nice container that is used, I'd pay significantly less. They're nice, but I'd have to clean/bleach the wine smell and it's possibly questionable that they are really food safe (I'm just suspicious of plastic from China).

But if the price was right, I'd definitely get a couple for grain storage if not for a fermenter.
Thats a pretty good deal
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Old 12-21-2011, 10:32 PM   #16
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Thats a pretty good deal
Not at all- it wasn't on sale. It's the regular price.
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Really? I paid too much for mine apparently. I grabbed mine on ebay last year when i started out so not real surprising I overpaid.

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I would be interested at that price.

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I've been looking for something like this to mount my mill to. Brewing buckets are too small for higher OG 10 gallon batches. Plus, I like that the lid can keep the dust down while milling.

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I would like for grain. Agree with other post 15 dollars sounds right. I bought a similar container for 18 that is used to store dog food. That was the price at Home GooDS, they were much more at a national pet supply store. I would say I couldn't justify more than 20 dollars shipped to use for grain.

Don't think I would use to ferment. I only do 5 gallon batches, so a bit more than I need for fermenting. Jamil says he uses all Better Bottles now. Was on one of the podcasts. maybe for larger batches he uses these.

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