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Old 04-02-2014, 04:55 AM   #11
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I have many for sale.


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Old 04-02-2014, 08:42 PM   #12
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Could you post pics of the interiors? I'm interested in the dark blue one in post two, or the Max Cold in post 3 if they are still available. I have family all over Iowa, so local pickup is possible.


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I will try to get some pictures posted tomorrow night. I am pulling a double shift and won't be able to do it today.
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Could you post pics of the interiors? I'm interested in the dark blue one in post two, or the Max Cold in post 3 if they are still available. I have family all over Iowa, so local pickup is possible.
First picture is the dark blue max cold 50 cooler interior.

Second is one of the red 48 quart cooler.

Third is the interior of the 34 qt cooler.

The voile sleeves slide over the stainless steel hose braid and really help filter the grain. I have sold 10 of these and no one has had a stuck mash by using the voile sleeve. I now average 75-80% efficiency with style system.
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Here are interior pictures of the 10 gallon drink cooler as well as the large voile sack that can be used as an additional grain filter. I went this route with the voile sack because it is very easy to remove the sack holding the grain and then wash the cooler w/o having to take anything apart. I like this system for when I brew in the winter to avoid having too much cleanup. I usually like to clean my mashtun with a garden hose which is not possible in winter weather.
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Lowered prices by $5 per mashtun.
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I now have several large boxes which can ship coolers up to 48 qt size in case anyone is interested.
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Might be interested... But just have no idea what the shipping would be on something like this. I like the round 5 gallon ones if they are still available... Or not. Just depends.

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Might be interested... But just have no idea what the shipping would be on something like this. I like the round 5 gallon ones if they are still available... Or not. Just depends.

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Wow, those look so nice! If we were in the market for a mash tun I'd sure get one from you - we're pretty well equipped at the moment.

I'll keep you in mind if I hear of anyone who needs one though.


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