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Old 03-16-2010, 12:29 AM   #1
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All this stuff. In addition I have some books and a ton of BYO/Zymurgy magazines, but I'm waiting to hear back from BYO to see if I can transfer the remainder of my subscription. Will have details on that later.

Have some assorted homebrewing supplies to get rid of. (All are stated price OBO)

3 Hop Plants (Cascade, Fuggles, Centennial) $25 each pot.

These are planted in 20G planters and are outgrowing them fast.
The Fuggles is on it's third year, the other are on year two. All have numerous shoots already. Last year the Fuggles and Cascade topped out at the tip of my poles (19') and I got over 1# wet off the Fuggle. I also have 3 4x4x8 posts and some 10' sections of electrical conduit. I wired these to a fence last year and used them for hop poles.

Also have a bunch of assorted bottles/bottle caps, etc... $25

Two Better Bottle fermenters with caps/stoppers. These have some scratching at the neck where the stoppers got stuck. I've used them several times since with no issues. $5 each.

Almost 50' copper immersion chiller (handbuilt) with hoses and fitting. Sold locally and to a HBT member.

10G All Grain Mash Tun (Tall Rectangular cooler). Has weldless ball valve. Also have plenty assorted copper/fitting to build your own manifold I had a manifold for it, and have all the pieces. It is so overengineered that I can't figure out how to put it back together. $50

Ranco ETC11100 Digital Controller. Already wired and ready to go $50

There might be some other things I am missing. I am keeping the bare minimum just in case I decide to brew again.

Pictures on request.
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Old 03-16-2010, 12:55 AM   #3
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Jess:

Sorry to see you are further liquidating your equipment. I know it has been a rough last year for you. Wishes for the best for you.

What is the status of the hop containers in regards to present height right now?
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Old 03-16-2010, 12:56 AM   #4
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If you can transfer your subscription, I'd definitely be interested as well!

 
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It's about 47. Had to cut some off when I messed up building it.

Again, looking for local pick-up first. Not trying to be a PITA, but I suck when it comes to shipping in a timely manner.
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Jess:

Sorry to see you are further liquidating your equipment. I know it has been a rough last year for you. Wishes for the best for you.

What is the status of the hop containers in regards to present height right now?
The last year really doesn't have much to do with it now. I've lost interest in the hobby for the most part. If I continue to brew anything, it's going to be very small batches of 12-18 bottles.

I'm not drinking as much lately, only 4-5 a week at that.

The bines are up to 8" long depending on the plant. The cascade and centennial might be good in the pot for another year, but the Fuggle really needs to get into the ground.
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Old 03-16-2010, 01:46 AM   #7
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If you want to ship it, I'd love to buy the Ranco.

 
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Give me a few days, if I don't get any local interest then I might consider shipping.
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Sounds good.

 
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Old 03-16-2010, 02:39 AM   #10
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I just saw the ad on Craigslist and was wondering if that was you. I'll take the chiller, but won't be able to meet up until Fri or Sat. I've got family in town and we are going to be in Ocean Shores until late Thursday. I'll PM you when I get back and we can figure something out.

 
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