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Whats your biggest regret in giving up a piece of brewing gear and you wish you kept

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ozdevil

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Hey All

i often see onbuy swap and sell pages people saying selling this becuase i am going to do this method

how often do you regret doing it and why ya wished you kept it

for me i gave up brewing for awhile so sold all the gear except my bottle capper for some reason and bottle tree

wish i had of kept it moving forward after returning to homebrewing



theSo whats your biggest regret that you wished to keep?
 

djebel

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Nothing. Largely because I've never thrown anything out unless it was totally dead. Probably explains why I've got so much clutter in the brewery.
 

Vini2ton

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I had a Swiss girlfriend in my early 20s. I regret leaving her. She was the best natured and good-hearted lady I've ever known. Hindsight is a luxury none of us can afford. Oh? You meant brewing gear. Sorry. I never throw anything out. My parents grew up during the depression, it certainly rubs off on you.
 

JDW81

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My Gatorade mash tun. Big enough for double batches, held temperature like a boss and got it for free from my old football club!! Actually preferred it to the Blichmann mash tun I replaced it with.
 

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