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  1. kyleslattery

    How to attach wort chiller to all in one faucet?

    Yeah, I considered that too, but my bathroom faucet is also non-standard. I'm pretty happy with the way this turned out though—no need to leave the kitchen to cool my wort!
  2. kyleslattery

    How to attach wort chiller to all in one faucet?

    Ok, took a trip to Home Depot, and this is what I ended up with: Basically, a T, a supply line, and a faucet on the end. Works great! Thanks for all the suggestions, everyone!
  3. kyleslattery

    How to attach wort chiller to all in one faucet?

    Thanks for everyone's help! I'll report back with how I fare.
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    How to attach wort chiller to all in one faucet?

    Ok, poked around Lowes' website, and it seems like I would need these (not sure on the sizes yet, but I can figure that out myself): - Three Way Valve - Shut off valve (so I can shut off wort chiller and sink separately) - Hose adapter Does that sound right?
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    How to attach wort chiller to all in one faucet?

    Hm, interesting, didn't even think about that, that definitely sounds like a better way to do it. What exactly should I be looking for? I've never done anything like this before. Also, I'm just a renter—anything I should be worried about if I muck around down there that might break something?
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    How to attach wort chiller to all in one faucet?

    Hi all, I have a faucet that doubles as a sprayer, and I'm trying to figure out a way to connect it to my wort chiller, which has garden hose fittings. Here's what the faucet looks like: I'm able to remove the faucet head pretty easily, so my hope is I can rig something up to...
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    Ok to put hops in storage for a month?

    Heh, well I'm not sure where I'll be living—I'll likely be moving around a lot. Luckily, I remembered my parents have a nearly empty freezer I can use, so I stuck them in there.
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    All-Grain Homebrew Equipment

    No, I won't be living in the area any more—trying to get rid of stuff this week.
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    All-Grain Homebrew Equipment

    Not sure, I'm not at home at the moment. I'd guess around $30. I also don't have a good box for it, so I'd need to find one. There are few local people who are interested, so I'm hoping to not have to ship it.
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    All-Grain Homebrew Equipment

    I haven't sold them yet, but probably will soon, locally. Shipping would be pretty expensive, I'm guessing. Something like $60-70 at a minimum, I'd guess. I'm not at home at the moment so I can't check.
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    All-Grain Homebrew Equipment

    No, not for sale.
  12. kyleslattery

    All-Grain Homebrew Equipment

    There's a photo in the original post, here's the URL too: http://i.imgur.com/MJmP4.jpg. It's a bare pot, no fittings, and it comes with a lid. I believe it's the same pot that spikebrewing.com uses.
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    Complete 4 tap, 6 keg system (Bethlehem, PA)

    Someone locally was able to come and pick everything up, so it's no longer available. Thanks everyone for your interest!
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    All-Grain Homebrew Equipment

    It would be $35 to ship it, so $105 total. Send me a PM if you're interested.
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    All-Grain Homebrew Equipment

    To everyone asking about the buckets—it doesn't look like they'll really be worth it to ship, since they weigh around 12lbs, and with the box (which would have to be pretty large) that'll be even higher. If someone's willing to pay for it, I'll still do it, but I doubt it'll be worth it...
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