New fermentor.

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  1. Sy6

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    My new 150 ltr fermentor arrived today looking forward to getting it in the ferm room and getting some brews in.

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    Are you semi pro? That is some nice gear!
     
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    No strictly amateur but i do take my brewing and beer seriously.A great way to get yourself free from the modern world.
     
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    Holy CRAP BATMAN! What a system!! My partner and I got rid of all the big gear years ago. I started brewing in the early 80's shortly after the laws changed. We had a friend that did stainless fabrication and built a 15 gallon system out of Bud kegs. Sadly he moved and we ended up selling the equipment. So I'm back after 20 years and brewing on a small scale. I find myself wanting and are already dreaming of a bigger system. I would be happy with a 15 gallon system to allow room for my high gravity recipes. Back to reality I'm using Igloo gear for now. Good Luck with the new toys.
    Brent
     
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    Holy CRAP BATMAN! What a system!! My partner and I got rid of all the big gear years ago. I started brewing in the early 80's shortly after the laws changed. We had a friend that did stainless fabrication and built a 15 gallon system out of Bud kegs. Sadly he moved and we ended up selling the equipment. So I'm back after 20 years and brewing on a small scale. I find myself wanting and are already dreaming of a bigger system. I would be happy with a 15 gallon system to allow room for my high gravity recipes. Back to reality I'm using Igloo gear for now. Good Luck with the new toys.
    Brent[/quote]
    As long as you are brewing all is well good luck Brent.
     

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