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Pistolpete01

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Hi Guys,

I am in the early stages of planning my first HERMS system and I was looking for my three likely vessels to hack to pieces, when I stumbled upon these:

http://handyimports.com.au/new-commercial-71l-stainless-steel-stock-pot-saucepan.html

Has anyone come across these guys before or know anything of the quality of the pots? does anyone know of a better alternative?

The system I am hoping to build will be based on the one at The Electric Brewery http://www.theelectricbrewery.com/

Any suggestions or help is greatly appreciated!

Cheers,
Pete

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barls

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they have been covered a few time
try searching them on here

here what i found in 5 seconds
http://bit.ly/10ePesq
 

bradsbrew

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After ordering my HLT and Mashtun from cheekypeak i was less than underwhelmed by the condition they turned up in and the after sales support was poor, anyway thats for another thread, i ordered my 170L kettle from handy imports.
It has arrived today, Monday ordered last Wednesday, in perfect condition, well packaged without a single dent and looks just as sturdy and quality as the cheekypeak pots and minus the dents.

$369.00 with free shipping.
 

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One HUNDRED and seventy litres AJS2154. Serious brewing.
 

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Go hard or go home, Wiggman. Nothing by halves.

BTW, Yob. Living proof that no matter how big it is, somebody thinks it is too small......just brew out of the brew pot God gave you. Really!
 

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AJS2154 said:
What about this one Brad.....and one of the sponsors!

https://www.craftbrewer.com.au/shop/details.asp?PID=4246

There is also a 100 litre model.

Maybe the predrilled hole doesn't suit your purposes? At $149 it looks good. I was looking at it only last night. Receiving some serious consideration.
good linking and great price for SS.

timmi9191 said:
holy shit that's cheap! but as I will keep my 40L urn too, I just can't see myself needing that much wort (150 + 40)..er.. for now...and would need a serious pulley to pull up that amount of grain.

most likely gonna take Gash Sluggs approach for my second BIAB kettle: [media]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zLAcxHTvu4U[/media]
 

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