WTS OR 10 gallon all grain Beer brewing system

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  1. AndyH

    AndyH
    Keizer, Oregon
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    10 gallon all grain brewing system recently upgraded to a 25 gallon this is great system that makes some excellent beer. Includes the following

    15 Gallon Keggle brew pot with Hop screen, sight glass, ball valve,cam lock fittings and lid.
    15 Gallon Keggle hot liquor tank with ball valve
    10 gallon mash ton (igloo cooler) with stainless grain screen, thermometer, copper sparge arm, mash paddle and spare arm holder.
    3 5 gallon fermenters with bubblers
    Dual burner brew cart with upgraded burner
    Copper immersion wort chiller
    Hoses and misc hardware

    $450 obo cash in Keizer.

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  2. AndyH

    AndyH
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    $375 and it's yours
     
  3. Walter Sobchak

    Walter Sobchak
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    This is a screaming deal. Similar, but nicer than my setup, and the good Lord knows I spent more than $375...
     
  4. AndyH

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    Thanks... you should upgrade:D:D:D

    Price drop to $350
     
  5. Spray-n-pray

    Spray-n-pray
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    Sweet setup, I'm sure. I have always wanted to learn how to brew my own beer, but I would have no.idea what to do with all that equipment. Does a lesson come with purchase?
     
  6. AndyH

    AndyH
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    Sold this awhile back and forgot to police up the add.
    brewing beer is super easy and well worth it.
    I can do a 15 gallon run for about $40 +/- a little depending on grain selections.
     
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