Kegs, Mash Tuns, and Burners for Sale

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Kegs, Mash Tuns, and Burners for Sale

Postby daryl » Tue Oct 10, 2017 10:18 pm

A friend of mine is downsizing his equipment due to health issues. Mick is the Physics Professor at Kirkwood, a hell of a good instructor, and very nice guy, and good and prolific brewer.

Here is the email I received from him to day....let me know if you are interested in any of his equipment and I will give you his contact information.

He has also posted this with Thirsty, and I have dibs on the Traditional Stout, an American Ale, and the Amber Pale Ale.....Mick make decent beer, I do not think you will be disappointed with his beer, if you like the style.



I am selling off some of my brewing gear if you know anyone needing burners, kegs or mash tuns. Just FYI.

Several things I am now selling:

I have two brand new (still in the box) Blichmann burners that I am selling. $125 per burner. These were around $160 when I bought them. I also have a kit to convert to natural gas for $25.

I also have several styles of mashtuns for sale in the $20-85 range. Some are as big as 80-100 qts and have a new copper manifold instead of a traditional stainless steel hose braid. Proceeds will be donated to the food pantry/crisis center later in the fall.

I am also looking to sell 6 of my ball lock kegs at $50 each. Most of these have new sets of O-rings, however, each keg comes with a bonus of 5 gallons of carbonated beer for free. I am limited to only a few beers per week due to heart medication and there is no way I will be able to drink everything I brewed. I would hate to dump the beer to just sell the keg. I have a grapefruit IPA, a milk stout, traditional stout 2 kegs of American ale, and an amber pale ale.

I am looking for a simple bottle capper to complete a brewing starter set to sell. I would be happy to swap a couple growlers of beer, some BIAB liners for a mashtun or kettle or a mash paddle in trade.
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Re: Kegs, Mash Tuns, and Burners for Sale

Postby twiggy2164 » Wed Oct 11, 2017 5:24 am

I got my mash tun and burner from Mick, really nice guy. Said if I ever have a problem with the equipment he sold me to just shoot him a message. I would tell anybody who was new to brewing or looking to add some equipment to their arsenal to get ahold of him.

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Re: Kegs, Mash Tuns, and Burners for Sale

Postby UndeadFred » Wed Oct 11, 2017 9:29 am

Damn if I weren't moving....
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