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Old 09-18-2011, 06:09 PM   #1
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Recently my doctor advised me to stop drinking after some ulcer problems and after a few months on a diet where I didnt drink I have to admit that I'm probably at the point where it is in my best interest to discontinue the practice. I say that with a heavy heart. Anyway I don't suppose I'll be needing this brewing stuff any more. I'd prefer to sell it local because of the shipping costs involved but if you're willing to pay shipping heres whats available. I must say that this is the worst ad ever. If you have any questions please email me and we'll talk about it. I have a lot of stuff here and not all of it is listed. Its all going to go eventually.


Let me describe how this thing works. The way I have it set up it is a gas fired HERMS setup that is a bit different than most HERMS setups you see in that it uses a separate heat exchanger. Why do this? It allows for the water in the hot liquor tank to be much higher than the brew kettle temp. As heat is required in the brew kettle the pump for the HLT cycles on and runs hot water into the heat exchanger . The temperature controller cycles the pump on and off to maintain a steady temperature in the brew kettle. When temperature rise is necessary in the brew kettle the temperature can rise very quickly to set point because of the hotter temperature in the HLT. It is a system that is not common in home brew setups but is very common in breweries that use a colandria where hot water is run through a heat exchanger to heat the kettle. Its efficient and its fast.


What I'll do is try and sell some of the major components as a group. If there is no interest after a few days I'll break it up. So what do we have here?

1. The brew kettle . This a keg that has had a false bottom installed . It also has an ashcroft temperature gauge and a fitting installed for a inline temperature probe. It has a fixed sparge ring on the top that can unscrew and you use a very innovative spiral diffuser for vorlauf or sparge. Both work well. Included in this lot is a stainless head chugger pump and a brewers hardware screen filter. All fittings and triclover clamps and gaskets are included. This setup will do a constant recycle during the brew cycle and the result is very clear particle free wort. $450 plus shipping or $550 with the temperature controller , control set, SSR and 40 plate heat exchanger and RTD and $750 with the HLT and all the hoses and a March 809 pump for water recirc.







Other stuff.

Freezer with temperature controller and ball lock kegs and fittings plus two taps on the outside. 3 qty ball lock 5 gallon. 1 qty 2 1/2 gallon ball lock , One ball lock that needs a liquid fitting. 20lb CO2 cylinder with regulator and secondary regulator. all the hoses and fittings . $400 for everything






also available 20 lb O2 cyclnder filled for local pickup $75
with aeration stone on long shaft $100
malt mill $100
Banjo KP4 burner new $70
AB 15.5 gallon Keg unmolested $45



3+ bags of 2 row , 5lbs of various hops and 30+ lbs of specialty grains
$150 for local pickup

Lots more stuff. regulators, 6 gallon carboys , SS Boil kettle, beer filters etc. I'll have to make a list. email me if you have a specific need

If you PM me I probably wont get it. email me at [email protected]
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Old 09-18-2011, 06:30 PM   #2
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How much are you looking for the grain mill? Never mind saw the price. Thanks
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Old 09-18-2011, 07:23 PM   #3
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PM sent!
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Old 09-18-2011, 07:26 PM   #4
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Any pics of mill? And specs? $100 shipped?

 
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Old 09-18-2011, 07:27 PM   #5
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Once again. At this point the stuff that is in groups will stay that way and not be seperated unless I change the ad. That may happen next week if there is no interest in stuff as a group. The items listed for sale separately are that way. Also please respond to my email address at [email protected]. not that I don't like the PM feature its just that I can only get 5 and it fills up.
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Old 09-18-2011, 07:30 PM   #6
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Any pics of mill? And specs? $100 shipped?
The specs are as listed here...

http://www.austinhomebrew.com/produc...ducts_id=12243

$10 shipping
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Old 09-18-2011, 07:34 PM   #7
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It's the same one. 15lb hopper. How old n any problems with it?

 
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Old 09-18-2011, 07:41 PM   #8
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It's the same one. 15lb hopper. How old n any problems with it?

I used a corona forever and just bought this 6 months ago. Its had maybe a dozen brews through it. No problems whatsoever. I just regapped it last week..
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Old 09-18-2011, 08:04 PM   #9
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If you begin to part out, please keep me in mind for the pump to recirculate the wort. I hope your health gets better, happy selling.

 
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Old 09-18-2011, 08:07 PM   #10
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If you begin to part out, please keep me in mind for the pump to recirculate the wort. I hope your health gets better, happy selling.

Its usually fine as long as I lay off acidic food and unfortunately beer. I have lost 35 lbs since I cut back on drinking although I'm certain the two are hardly related
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