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Microbrewery Equipment - 5 to 10 Barrel - $10,000 (takes all. Offers considered)

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make / manufacturer: S.S.&M.
model name / number: Lord Berke Ale equipment.
This is a semi complete brewing set-up. (2) 185 gallon conical fermenters with wheels for walk-in coolers, and lids with gaskets and bolts. (1) gas fired boil kettle, with hinged lid, with an internal burner, insulated burn chamber, approximately 15' of exhaust pipe with booster fan and wire, (1) Mash Tun with no lid - completely jacketed on the bottom and side for water circulation. External portion of valve connected on mash tun. Also included is (1) work platform. - There is a large, treated wood platform with railing all around with (3) steel expanded metal steps up, with S.S. handrails, the stand is for top access of the boil kettle and mash ton, for gravity feed. This setup was briefly used at Lord Berke Ale brewing, but it now includes ONLY what is pictured, or described. Serious inquiries only..
Thanks for looking.

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