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Old 06-20-2009, 12:35 AM   #1
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Default NEED Help finding a big plastic bucket

Found it..only took 1 1/2 hours of looking.....LOL


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Old 06-20-2009, 12:52 AM   #2
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LME containers, 15 gallons free( or almost) at most LHBS.


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I want one if it will fit in my chest freezer. I'm so tempted to just ferment in my brew pot.
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They suck trying to lift them in and out and to clean, I quit using them, but I'm a lazy with a bad back.
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I bet I could find pulleys and harness it to lift it out then siphon it. I have a bad back too. I can still lift 10 gallons but I have to be careful. I can get some serious sharp pains from just bending over.
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I'm so tempted to just ferment in my brew pot.

Hah...I'm doing that now...no big deal...just a quick house ale...10 -14 days and it will be kegged on C02 and safe. All this hooie about airlocks, just seal it up well w/ plastic wrap and get it to a keg asap.


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