Connecticut Brewing parts - Kettle, Tri-Clover, Heating Elements

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tomCT

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I am parting out a kettle that I had listed earlier but did not sell. Most parts are sourced from brewhardware.com.

9 gallon Bayou Classic kettle with tri-clover fittings and basket - $40 + shipping
Fittings are soldered radius-faced flanges. While the solder is not cosmetically perfect, they are tight. The kettle was built for 3 gallon batches.

Two 120v 1500 watt heating element assemblies - $35 ea. + shipping
- Completely stainless
- One element is 9 inches, the other 12 inches
- TC hot pod with 4 ft. 12/3 cable and 20 amp plug
- Elements and hot pods are from brewhardware.com

Tri-clover dip tube fabricated by Norcal for the above kettle - SOLD

Tri-clover clamps (1 1/2") and ball valve - SOLD


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tomCT

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TC fittings and diptube are sold.

Kettle and elements with hotpods are still available.
 
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