Looking to down size to 25 lt

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Jkpentreath

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Hi I just moved to barossa. Just wondering if there is anyone out in sa that wants to upsize to a 75 lt rims all grain 3 tier , I am looking to brew more batches so looking for a straight up swap , just bought it 6 months ago. Any interest inbox me.
 

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Add some photos so people can see the system, you'll get more bites that way.

Good luck
 

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Jkpentreath said:
Hi I just moved to barossa. Just wondering if there is anyone out in sa that wants to upsize to a 75 lt rims all grain 3 tier , I am looking to brew more batches so looking for a straight up swap , just bought it 6 months ago. Any interest inbox me.
All good, cheers
 

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for small batches (20-23 ltr) you can do a BIAB in your kettle, then keep the pretty thing for big batches (no chill to store for latter)
 

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Yeah na, I was hoping to practice sparging and stuff, I wasn't keen on going back to brew in a bag. Keep you ears and eye peeled peeps.
 

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Think I might buy a round shaped water chiller esky and just swap all the fittings over I see there one on eBay with a digital thermostat and fittings already for the same price. Anyone got one for a mash tun.
 

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Hey Jkpentreath,

I don't have anything to swap with but I would be willing to buy one of those 70L kettles if you're swapping it out for an esky.
 

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