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ebay and gum tree finds

Discussion in 'Buy and Sell' started by pokolbinguy, 30/9/07.

 

  1. EalingDrop

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    Posted 11/1/18
    Full keg gear and other bits (Ginger beer stall). $950

    Sunshine coast

    https://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/mou...arket-stall-ginger-beer-equipment-/1171013768

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    Ginger Beer market stall equipment for sale.
    Steel green gazebo
    Purpose built bar on a metal frame with wheels , slide out till and stainless steel sink.
    8 x 19 litre brewing kegs
    1 x solid metal cold plate and Esky.
    1 x old Oak barrel and dispensing tap.
    1 x CO2 gas bottle, connections and dispensing tap for kegs.
    20 litre brewing container with stirring wand .
    2 x bottle trees .
    Bottle capping machine.
    Signage banners, signs and stickers etc ,Mountain Creek Ginger Beer
    Previously used as a successful market stall at Fisherman’s Road and other markets . No fancy recipes to master. Very simple brewing procedure will be provided to buyer
    Selling as plant only in one lot .
     
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  2. earle

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    Posted 11/1/18
    Simple brewing procedure. Are we talking about opening cans of coopers/morgans GB and mixing them with water to make non-alcoholic GB?
     
  3. pcqypcqy

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    Posted 12/1/18
    You would be surprised at how many markets I have seen this at, and how many people are drinking the bottles. The ones I've tasted were definitely Brigalow.
     
  4. Maheel

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    i like the morgans, got some kegged right now. The Brigalow is crap...
     
  5. earle

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    Can you tell it's Brigalow by the way you have to spit it out straight away?
     
  6. earle

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    Ha, "Tastes like crap but I like it because I think it's vegan, organic, gluten free home brewed ginger goodness".
     
  7. pcqypcqy

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    Brigalow had a decent ginger beer flavour, but it was coupled with an awful harsh extract-kit / artifical sweetener flavour.
     
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    Wow! Hardly a "brewing procedure" if that's what it is.
     
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    Wish it was up here in Brisbane. Be a good place to start.
     
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    There’s an awesome pump for sale on FB if you need a cold water pump and are in Melbourne. It’s on the Eastern Suburbs Buy/Sell Page. If you’re not in it I can dibs it for you. Still available as of this post. Not mine.

    IMG_9879.jpg
     
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    Im thinking bout selling a few things. would ebay or a forum work better?
     
  17. Mardoo

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    EBay will likely get you a higher price. Go forum ;)
     
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    cheers
     
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    That is a fucken good deal.
    I'll take that if it would cost that again to Newcastle!
     
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