Only thing to consider about a home-brewing yard sale is if you go through a lot of time organizing and advertising it, only to find someone who shows up in the first 20 minutes and buys everything.
I mention this because I'm in a brewing group of ~8-10 brewers, and there was a local craigslist post about a yard sale that had a picture with a decent amount of homebrewing equipment. My buddy took a long lunch break on a Thursday to visit it right after it opened, and gave me a call when he got there. He went through almost every item for sale and I could account for someone in our group who could use it, and he bought everything.
As soon as he hung up, I thought of all the times I'd picked something up from craigslist, and the person said "I was surprised, I got 20 emails after you seeing if this was still available." There was a high likelihood that this many people showed up at the yard sale to find no brewing equipment. At least the craigslist people didn't have to make the trip to find that nothing was available.
Originally Posted by paulthenurse
And we also decided to make a Barley Wine this weekend as a starter. (That is probably one of the silliest sentences I've ever written.)
On tap: Russian Imperial Stout (nitro), Imperial Red, Kentucky Common Rye, Ruination Clone.
Secondary: RedWine (Imperial Red x2)
Primary: Chocolate Rye Stout, Utopias Inspired 2nd attempt, Oberon Clone
On Deck: Imperial Red, Kentucky Common. TBD.