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Pennywise

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If your not in a hurry I'd suggest buying from their ebay store, I picked up an 80L one for $76 + 45 p&h. I've seen them go for about the same often, took me a week of bidding to score one :)

Edit: That site has had those prices for quite some time, still cheap if you ask me so either way your winning
 

brettprevans

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Yeah old news.
Search techni to check out some AHB rigs using these. They are cool. We have used a big bugger.for our colaboration brew days. However if u get a massive one just remember to utilise it's capacity or you end up with a lot of dead space and massive temp drops.
 

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If your not in a hurry I'd suggest buying from their ebay store, I picked up an 80L one for $76 + 45 p&h. I've seen them go for about the same often, took me a week of bidding to score one :)

Edit: That site has had those prices for quite some time, still cheap if you ask me so either way your winning
+1 and i got the 80ltr just as cheap as the 60ltr (one of there shops is cheaper might be evilbay), thought it was too big! i was wrong the 80 is
perfect, it does 20ltr up to my capacity 40ltr ( i think it will do a 50ltr easily combined with the beerbelly mash screen)with a 1c temp drop over
an hour. i do recommend them but clean them with a soft sponge.
 

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i love them got 2 a 70 and 60. got the 70 for fishing and i have huge 150L from another company and the finishes isn't as flash.
 

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I bought the 120l a couple of months ago and converted it into a mash tun. Just big enough for my 84l batches.
 

Lord Raja Goomba I

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However if u get a massive one just remember to utilise it's capacity or you end up with a lot of dead space and massive temp drops.
Do you use alfoil or something on top to avoid temp drop. I do if I'm doing a 35L in 60L esky, I do this and it avoids temp drops in an oversized mash tun.

Goomba
 

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Do you use alfoil or something on top to avoid temp drop. I do if I'm doing a 35L in 60L esky, I do this and it avoids temp drops in an oversized mash tun.

Goomba
It's brendo's. He's tried that before but his is a 150L from memory and he has struggled with the deadspace still. it's not a huge issues ESP if u use a herms or rims just something to be aware of. Unless u but a huge one specifically for huge batches then your sweet.
 

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