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    Misc Keg Bits and Pieces (Longmont, Co)

    20$ local pickup. Does not include the sankey hand pump / party tap.
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    Hop Spider Parts (Longmont, CO)

    Free local pickup
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    Temp Controller (Longmont, CO)

    $30
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    Misc Keg Bits and Pieces (Longmont, Co)

    Local pickup $75, shipped for $90.
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    Hop Spider Parts (Longmont, CO)

    $15 local, will ship for $20
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    Carboy Cleaner w/pump (Longmont, CO)

    evidently priced high. Now $75. Does not include my BBQ tongs :)
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    Hop Spider Parts (Longmont, CO)

    Figured out the 1/4-20" parts were for anodizing something else. That's also what the 3/8-16 aluminum studs were for.
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    Misc Keg Bits and Pieces (Longmont, Co)

    Now it's is all yours for $125.
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    Colorado Various Used Homebrew Items for Sale

    I'll take the burner. Will PM.
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    Temp Controller (Longmont, CO)

    Based on Love controller. Wired for heating and cooling. Could be used for fermentation or keggerator, or ??? $40. Pickup in Longmont, CO
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    Misc Keg Bits and Pieces (Longmont, Co)

    Misc keg "stuff" Looks like a couple sankey taps. Guinness (nitro) tap w/broken Guinness handle. New Belgium Tap handle. Beer line cleaner. Cool cleaner I built into a Nalgeen bottle. You fill up the bottle with beer line liner, pressurized with the hand pump, and it has a pickup tube that goes...
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    Hop Spider Parts (Longmont, CO)

    Bought a milled aluminum part to make a "hop spider". Never built it. Not sure if these are still a thing or not. Payed $30 for the round center piece. Also has 3/8-16 x 4" aluminum studs and misc 1/4-20" aluminum nuts/bolts. Not sure what the 1/4-20 stuff was for to be honest. 3/8-16 is the...
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    Carboy Cleaner w/pump (Longmont, CO)

    Carboy cleaner. Probably based on some design seen here. Built it then used 1-2 before I got out of brewing. Fill it up with PBW, caustic, whatever and let it go. Start with cold water, pumping water heats it. If you leave it on long enough it heats to the thermal cut-off of the motor. Looks...
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