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I recently moved and my new house doesn't have the best setup for my home brewery, and can see it being several years before I would be back up and running after finishing the basement. Therefore, I have decided to sell my electric home brewery. If you have any questions let me know. I have lots of extras... this setup is everything you need to begin and all in terrific condition. I estimate I have approximately $6,000 in everything. The system runs on 20 AMP service. Located in Onalaska, WI.

$4,250 for everything
• (2) BoilerMaker G2 Electric 10 gal / 120 v Brew Pot by Blichmann Engineering
• Blichmann Tower of Power - 120v Control Module
• Blichmann Therminator Wort Chiller
• Mash Tun w/ Thermometer - 10 gal. Cooler
• March Pump
• Monster Mill grain crusher MM2Pro w/hopper
• SS Brewtech 7 gal Chronical Brewmaster Editon w/temp control, 3” TC blowoff tube, leg extensions, & 3” CIP spray ball
• (2) Keg Draft Brewer System and 15 lbs C02 tank
• Nostalgia KRS6100RETRORED 6.1-Cubic Foot Retro Series Full Size Kegerator with Stainless Steel Tap Tower
• Mark II Corny Keg & Carboy Washer
• Tons of Extras – Everything you need to be up and running: Grain scale, hop scale, cleaning equipment, hoses, fittings, brewstand, pump shutoff switch, mash spoon, yeast stir plate & flask, bottle capper, 6.5 gal glass carboy, Last straw bottle filler, lots of replacement gaskets & o-rings, tri-clamps, 30” vent hood and several duct pipes, (36) bombers in cases with peeled labels, refractometer, hydrometer, test tube, (2) 25’ hoses for wort chiller,+ more
 

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I recently moved and my new house doesn't have the best setup for my home brewery, and can see it being several years before I would be back up and running after finishing the basement. Therefore, I have decided to sell my electric home brewery. If you have any questions let me know. I have lots of extras... this setup is everything you need to begin and all in terrific condition. I estimate I have approximately $6,000 in everything. The system runs on 20 AMP service. Located in Onalaska, WI.

$4,250 for everything
• (2) BoilerMaker G2 Electric 10 gal / 120 v Brew Pot by Blichmann Engineering
• Blichmann Tower of Power - 120v Control Module
• Blichmann Therminator Wort Chiller
• Mash Tun w/ Thermometer - 10 gal. Cooler
• March Pump
• Monster Mill grain crusher MM2Pro w/hopper
• SS Brewtech 7 gal Chronical Brewmaster Editon w/temp control, 3” TC blowoff tube, leg extensions, & 3” CIP spray ball
• (2) Keg Draft Brewer System and 15 lbs C02 tank
• Nostalgia KRS6100RETRORED 6.1-Cubic Foot Retro Series Full Size Kegerator with Stainless Steel Tap Tower
• Mark II Corny Keg & Carboy Washer
• Tons of Extras – Everything you need to be up and running: Grain scale, hop scale, cleaning equipment, hoses, fittings, brewstand, pump shutoff switch, mash spoon, yeast stir plate & flask, bottle capper, 6.5 gal glass carboy, Last straw bottle filler, lots of replacement gaskets & o-rings, tri-clamps, 30” vent hood and several duct pipes, (36) bombers in cases with peeled labels, refractometer, hydrometer, test tube, (2) 25’ hoses for wort chiller,+ more
If your willing to part out and ship, I'm interested in the grain mill and carboy washer. I'm in zip code 55311.
 
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I'm going to try and sell it as a complete setup first. If that doesnt happen, I could at least check out what freight would be on items. Thanks.
 
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If your willing to part out and ship, I'm interested in the grain mill and carboy washer. I'm in zip code 55311.
I'm going to try and sell it as a complete setup first. If that doesnt happen, I could at least check out what freight would be on items. Thanks.
 
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