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Old 02-27-2009, 01:30 PM   #1
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So, those of you who tuned into a recent broadcast saw my new 15 gallon kettle. Well, I drilled and installed both bulkheads this morning.



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Old 02-27-2009, 01:32 PM   #2
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Looks really nice.....any reason you chose those kettles over a keggle?

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Looks really nice.....any reason you chose those kettles over a keggle?
I haven't had much luck in finding any kegs to convert! Sure, I know I could buy an already converted keggle but I don't want to drop the coin. This heavy duty aluminum kettle cost me $75 delivered.

Portability is a big deal for me. Sometimes I brew in the basement, sometimes I brew on the back porch, sometimes I brew away from home. I go 'nomad' style a lot.
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75 Bones delivered is pretty hard to beat.....where'd you score that? My bro is in the market for a decent sized kettle.

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75 Bones delivered is pretty hard to beat.....where'd you score that? My bro is in the market for a decent sized kettle.
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$75 is a nice price for new.. any idea when the next brewcast will be?

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Thats a nice kettle!

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Very nice for $75
Stainless or Aluminum?

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