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Old 09-13-2009, 03:22 PM   #1
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Default Check this out - DIY Stir Plate Kits

While searching for Stir Plates I came across this site. Not sure if anyone has used their products before, but looks like a great deal.. Just wanted to share..

DIY Stir Plate Kits

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Old 09-13-2009, 04:29 PM   #2
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Default Nice Sanke Fermentor!!!

I found this to be even cooooler!!! ....................A Sanke Fermentor!!!

Stainless Steel Fermenter Option for Less Than $80






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I saw that and thought it was very interesting,...

They have some interesting stuff that is hard to find elsewhere...
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That website is owned by Derrin, one of the members here.
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I just used mine on my first batch, sweet, easy, and super effecient with co2 pumping the wort. I did primary and secondary in the keg, and cold crashed in a carboy. In carb mode now, looking good so far. The fit , quality, and delivery were spot on. It's a great use of a spare keg I had when sourcing for my single tier build.
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i also just got my stirplate from Derrin, really pleased with the construction and shipping however I would have liked the speed to be a bit more dangerous just to create water spouts for the kids to look at. I'm using it tomorrow and will post pics.
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I have one of Derrin's stir pates, and a number of his temperature probes. Really nice stuff, and a nice guy!


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