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Grain Storage

Discussion in 'Gear and Equipment' started by Wolfman, 8/7/11.

 

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    Posted 13/5/19
    ... In the meantime, people throw their old fermenters out. WTF!
     
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    Posted 16/5/19
    Are they stackable?
     
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    Posted 16/5/19
    Sure are. I've got 4 stacked up with no issues.
     
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    Posted 16/5/19
    I bought one of these yesterday and just squeezed about 19.6kg into it after one brew from a 25kg bag
     
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    Posted 17/5/19 at 7:40 AM
    Too lazy to read through all the replies but I use a 60L food grade drum with sealing ring like this. Heaps on gumtree I think I paid about $25 images.jpeg-1.jpeg
     
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    Posted 18/5/19 at 1:26 AM
    I keep my sacks of grain in a Rhino galvanised tool box, about $99 from Bunnings. Up to four 25 kg bags, more partially full bags, put mash tuns etc on top. Rodent proof and fairly space friendly.
     
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