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Title: SOLD: Brew pots
Post by: micsager on May 03, 2010, 03:52:15 PM
Hi folks -

I've got a 15 gallon pot with fitting for valve and thermometer, plus a five gallon with no fittings.  Dirt cheap, but must pick up in the Sequim, Washington area.
Title: Re: Brew pots
Post by: fatdogale on May 05, 2010, 03:37:08 AM
Hi folks -

I've got a 15 gallon pot with fitting for valve and thermometer, plus a five gallon with no fittings.  Dirt cheap, but must pick up in the Sequim, Washington area.

How much is dirt cheap?  I'm in Edmonds.
Title: Re: Brew pots
Post by: micsager on May 05, 2010, 03:21:29 PM
Hi folks -

I've got a 15 gallon pot with fitting for valve and thermometer, plus a five gallon with no fittings.  Dirt cheap, but must pick up in the Sequim, Washington area.

How much is dirt cheap?  I'm in Edmonds.

$50 for the 15 gallon,   $20 for the five.  The 15 gallon has no lid.  (well it does, but I'm keeping it)  The five gallon has a glass lid, with a nice hiole for a thermometer.

Title: Re: Brew pots
Post by: fatdogale on May 06, 2010, 01:52:12 AM


$50 for the 15 gallon,   $20 for the five.  The 15 gallon has no lid.  (well it does, but I'm keeping it)  The five gallon has a glass lid, with a nice hiole for a thermometer.

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$50 is a great price, but ferry fare and gas would be cost prohibitive.  I reckon I'll pass...thanks.
Title: Re: Brew pots
Post by: micsager on May 06, 2010, 02:42:47 PM


$50 for the 15 gallon,   $20 for the five.  The 15 gallon has no lid.  (well it does, but I'm keeping it)  The five gallon has a glass lid, with a nice hiole for a thermometer.


$50 is a great price, but ferry fare and gas would be cost prohibitive.  I reckon I'll pass...thanks.
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I understand. It's tough to be a homebrewer in Sequim.  Bill's shop in Bremerton is our LHBS.  And over an hour away....
Title: Re: Brew pots
Post by: fatdogale on May 07, 2010, 06:35:58 PM


I understand. It's tough to be a homebrewer in Sequim.  Bill's shop in Bremerton is our LHBS.  And over an hour away....
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Dang, that's bad...kinda puts the clamps on spur of the moment brewing opportunities.    Seems between PA and Sequim there might be enough folks to support a part-time shop at least.
Title: Re: Brew pots
Post by: micsager on May 07, 2010, 09:30:19 PM
The local brew-pub will let us add to his weekly order, which works for me because I'm all grain.  All others in our club are extract brewers. 
Title: Re: Brew pots
Post by: smoga on May 19, 2010, 11:37:50 PM
Mic -
I live in Bremerton, down the street from Oly Brew.
I would be willing to drive on out for the 15 gallon.
Does Friday evening/Saturday morning work for you?

Thanks,
Steve
Title: Re: Brew pots
Post by: micsager on May 20, 2010, 02:35:59 PM
That should work.  I'll send you an email with the 411.