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  1. BrewningBeerWorks

    SALE: Clawhammer 120V 10 Gallon System

    SALE: 10 gallon system with controller, 10 gallon kettle, plate chiller, pump, new tubing, quick disconnects. Less than 15 brews on the system, more pictures and information upon request. $600
  2. micraftbeer

    Michigan SOLD Blichmann BrewCommander 120V

    I got this BrewCommander in Jul-2019 and used it for one year. At that point, I upgraded my system to 240V and got a new 240V BrewCommander. If you want to read up on it, you can check Blichmann’s website, or the review I did online for this (links below). It’s been sitting on my shelf as a...
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    California Unibrau 120V electric brewing system (SF Bay Area)

    Unibrau all in one 120V electric brew system. This system is in pretty decent shape and comes with a few extras. On top of the original equipment it comes with the additional element that moves the temp probe to a tee. Also includes a spincycle clamp on whirlpool port. Recently I bought a...
  4. micraftbeer

    Michigan 120V/20A RIMS Controller

    $145 Brew-Control 120V controller with L5-20 plug to run your element (up to 2250W), and a grounded 3-prong receptacle to run your pump. The PID controller has set point temperature adjustable to the nearest 0.1 degrees F, and has an auto-tune feature to automatically tune your PID gains for...
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    Virginia (NoVA) HotRod Heat Stick and Bayou 10 Gallon Kettle

    Hi All, Selling my Brew Hardware heat stick. I used it for 30+ batches as part of a 120V electric system, but I just upgraded to 240V and have no need for it anymore. Works great, like new condition. Does not have GFCI. Also selling my 10 gallon Bayou kettle. Stamped gallon marks, false bottom...
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    Building Two-Element 120V System

    I am working on a wiring schematic for a two-element system that utilizes two separate 120V power supplies. Each will come from a GFCI wall receptacle. The EZBoil I am using will control the second element with the built-in relay, per Auber's instructions. One question I am running into is this...
  7. micraftbeer

    120V 2250W Element Provided Notable eBIAB Improvements

    I just evaluated a Wort Hog eBIAB system that used the Blichmann 120V 2250W boil coil. I've done reviews of a few different systems with the 1500 - 1600W heating elements on 120V. Overall, these got the job done, but left me impatient after experiencing the speed of brewing on a 5500W 240V...
  8. L

    120v E-BIAB with BruControl

    Sorry if this has been discussed before, but I didn't have any luck with a search of the forums. Unfortunately in the near future my brew buds and I will all be separated due to work relocation. Right now we have a 10 gal traditional 3 vessel system using propane. Given that shortly down the...
  9. cuse88

    Ohio Soldered E-Kettle, SP14 Burners, & 120v Elements with Hot Pods- MOTIVATED

    Looking to move a few items for some upgrades. Willing to drive within 75 miles of 44004 (Purchases over $100) or a good brewery away ;). Please contact me with any questions. OPEN TO ANY AND ALL OFFERS. Also, willing to ship all of the below. 15 Gallon Bayou Classic Soldered E-Kettle -DIY...
  10. jimmyjamesbob

    120v eBIAB Brew Controller - Clawhammer

    Digital Brewing Controller Stainless steel 1650 ultra low watt density heating element (120v, 15 amp) High accuracy temperature probe. (PT100) https://www.clawhammersupply.com/collections/all-products/products/distillation-equipment-electric-controller-kit $450 Shipped
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