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    For Sale [NW Arkansas] Brewha 90L/24Gal Brew In A Conical (BIAC) and accessories

    For Sale: Brewha 90L/24Gal Brew-In-A-Conical (BIAC) and accessories Asking $2000 This is a great system which has given me years of faithful service owing to its excellent build quality, but the time has come for me to part with it. I have too many competing interests these days, and this is...
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    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
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    For Sale Complete BIAB Setup - Utah

    Selling my beer homebrewing setup for $175, for brewing 5 gallon batches of beer! Everything you need to brew, I’ve created this setup over about a year, makes it super easy to brew! Happy to negotiate/sell parts separately, I’m moving and don’t have space in my car to bring this. Comes with...
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    For Sale Anvil Foundry 10.5

    I am looking to sell my Anvil 10.5. Bought back in August. Probably have 8-10 beers brewed on it. Really like the product just short on time with 2 kids and my job. All parts come with it. Small batch adapter also with it. Asking $400 for everything. I’m in the DFW, Texas area. Happy brewing!
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    Recirculating Electric BIAB setup

    I started thinking about brewing indoors after my first brew, which happened on a pretty chilly Chicago winter night. I really enjoyed that brew day, and most of the brew days after, however I wanted a setup I could really call my own. After several nights browsing through electrical diagrams...
  6. J

    Recirculating Electric BIAB setup

    I started thinking about brewing indoors after my first brew, which happened on a pretty chilly Chicago winter night. I really enjoyed that brew day, and most of the brew days after, however I wanted a setup I could really call my own. After several nights browsing through electrical diagrams...
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