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  1. Thundercougarfalconbird

    Should New Breweries Have A Dump Fund?

    I operated a startup brewery putting about about 2000bbl a year for the past two years. As I am young and don't have the funds for such a venture, I was signed on as a head brewer. The ownership did not understand the finer points of beer and its flaws, nor did the distributorship (in our state...
  2. Thundercougarfalconbird

    Georgia 3x Perlick 525 ss (full stainless version)

    Just bought 2 6-tap kegerators with micromatic faucets, I don't like the mismatched look. Sold!
  3. Thundercougarfalconbird

    Georgia 3x Perlick 525 ss (full stainless version)

    I have 3 lightly used Perlick 525 ss (stainless version) faucets I don't need. $95 shipped USPS flatrate
  4. Thundercougarfalconbird

    Beers You Want to Like... But Don't

    Pepper beers because of the heartburn, most spiced beers because most are too heavy handed. If I can tell you what you've used, you've used too much. I really want to like wilds, but there is just too much funk usually. It tastes like over-ripe fruit.
  5. Thundercougarfalconbird

    Shameless Rants and Confessions of an Aspiring Pro

    Very cool on the course. I feel like I catch a lot of flack for my lack of professional training. There seems to be a bit of a Siebel fraternity among the GA brewers. I suppose I should mention our Atlanta presence will be limited :drunk: We cannot supply such a large city fully. We will be...
  6. Thundercougarfalconbird

    Shameless Rants and Confessions of an Aspiring Pro

    Strawn sounds familiar :D Yet again I have abandoned this thread. Things have been very busy 70+ hour work weeks for the past 3 months. I produced nearly 20,000 pints last week alone. Augusta has proven a very fertile market for us. I tried to post a video, but can't seem to remember how to...
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    Georgia Monster Mill MM-2 with hopper and base

    Got my hands on an MM-3 and don't need this MM-2 anymore: It is a standard MM-2 with base and hopper. $130+shipping. I am not willing to negotiate price. I would rather keep it than sell lower. Probably ran 2000lbs of grain through it and never had a problem. Very consistent crush. You...
  8. Thundercougarfalconbird

    Georgia Stainless Junk for sale (Blichmann beer gun, cold plates, ect)

    All is sold but the 2 pass cold plate Sorry to those who wanted the gun, someone requested pretty much the whole package.
  9. Thundercougarfalconbird

    Georgia Stainless Junk for sale (Blichmann beer gun, cold plates, ect)

    Sorry for the delay, handing it now :tank: Beer gun is heavily used. I haven't tried filling since I switched to all sanke. She works, but I prefer the counter pressure myself. PM'ing the first request for each item in this thread. Both plates are the same width and length, the 7 pass is just...
  10. Thundercougarfalconbird

    Georgia Stainless Junk for sale (Blichmann beer gun, cold plates, ect)

    Got some stainless junk I don't need. Blichmann Beer Gun-$40+shipping I'm not happy with how she fills. 2 circuit Cold plate- $30+shipping 7 circuit cold plate- $60+shipping Pile of random Stainless junk- $20+shipping Camlocks, kettle diptubes, ball lock posts, worm clamps, ect
  11. Thundercougarfalconbird

    Shameless Rants and Confessions of an Aspiring Pro

    Have been waiting on boiler and glycol plumbing all month. It started this week. We hope to be online by next week.
  12. Thundercougarfalconbird

    600g mash tun feasibility?

    Truthiness. All things to be considered for sure. Is the smaller tank steam jacketed? If only it was glycol jacketed, it looks like a great yeast-brink. That looks like floor drain grates beside it. Perhaps another little score.
  13. Thundercougarfalconbird

    600g mash tun feasibility?

    I don't see why you couldn't use it as a BK. The only trouble I see with it is separating the hops (and I'm not a fan of DIN). I am unsure of the size of the brewery you are shooting for (brewpub or production facility) if you have the space in the building for a whirlpool tank it seems like an...
  14. Thundercougarfalconbird

    600g mash tun feasibility?

    Small tank looks nice too. All the fittings look like DIN rather than triclover. Paddles may keep you from putting a false bottom in it (doesn't mean you can't have a separate lauter tun) It isn't built to whirlpool, though perhaps you can slap a motor on top with enough horses to whirlpool w/...
  15. Thundercougarfalconbird

    Shameless Rants and Confessions of an Aspiring Pro

    Lots of fittings in! Brewers hose, aeration assembly, a ton of butterfly valves, and (finally) our missing thermowells. I got to take the pale ale to a beer-bar. Reception there was excellent, far better than Monday. We are doing an unrolling tour in Savannah all week, but I can't seem to...
  16. Thundercougarfalconbird

    Shameless Rants and Confessions of an Aspiring Pro

    Been unrolling the pale ale to the public. SO many BMC drinkers out here, hocking a massively hoppy pale ale is more difficult than expected. Alas it is hot down here, the drinkers just need a well crafted thirst-quencher. Fighting the good fight.
  17. Thundercougarfalconbird

    Shameless Rants and Confessions of an Aspiring Pro

    Damn HBT ads making me want more shineys. I'm thinking I'm gonna get one of these for yeast transfers and emergency power outages and such. http://www.wastecorp.com/mudsucker/professional-hand-pump.html
  18. Thundercougarfalconbird

    Shameless Rants and Confessions of an Aspiring Pro

    Somewhat close. We're in Statesboro, GA. Our distributor goes to Augusta, we will be on tap there very soon. Grand Opening is expected in 30 days.
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