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Dean Palmer
post Apr 15 2009, 08:22 AM
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$75 each OBO

I'm changing my brewing setup again, and I will be selling off some of the keg kettles I'm currently using. They have nicely cut and smoothly-finished round holes in the top that accept 10" or 12" standard pot lids, a drilled hole for a weldless bulkhead, and another hole for a Blichmann weldless brewmometer. I also have some that only have the top cut, and no other holes. You will need to buy your own valves, bulkheads, and thermometers, but I can suggest the ones that work well for me. They are all in decent shape with the usual dings and marks that you'd expect from a used keg, so don't expect a brand-new perfect keg (IMG:style_emoticons/brewboard/biggrin.gif)

Contact me at Dean_Palmer@jabil.com if interested. I'd prefer to sell them locally, but I can ship via UPS with the buyer paying actual shipping and boxing costs.

Pics below are representative of what my kettles look like, but may not be the exact ones I'm selling at the time.

(IMG:http://www.spearfishingspuc.org/dean/brewery.jpg)

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Dean Palmer
post Apr 17 2009, 12:46 PM
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Here are actual pics of some available.

(IMG:http://www.spearfishingspuc.org/dean/keg_kettle_sale_2.jpg)

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The brown color on the bottom rim is just residue from the propane burner heating after many batches, and can be cleaned off easily.

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Dean Palmer
post May 11 2009, 12:57 PM
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Still have a few left. "Best Offers" accepted.

Some drilled for bulkheads and Weldless Brewmometers, some with just the top opening cut.

Some are quite shiny and nice, but of course not "perfect". I'll ship in the continental US by USPS.

(IMG:http://www.spearfishingspuc.org/dean/kettle_with_clips.jpg)

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post May 14 2009, 07:46 AM
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QUOTE(Dean Palmer @ May 11 2009, 01:57 PM) *
Still have a few left. "Best Offers" accepted.

Some drilled for bulkheads and Weldless Brewmometers, some with just the top opening cut.

Some are quite shiny and nice, but of course not "perfect". I'll ship in the continental US by USPS.

(IMG:http://www.spearfishingspuc.org/dean/kettle_with_clips.jpg)



How much to ship one to charlotte nc 28226?

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Dean Palmer
post May 30 2009, 04:33 AM
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Shipping to Texas, North Carolina, and Ohio from Florida has only been $25 so far.

I calculated from Tampa FL to Oregon and it is only $38, so shipping across the country isn't that bad.

I still have a few left.
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