Buffalo Boiler and Burco HLT

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These are also advertised on JBK, I no longer need these as I am fully into my Braumeister now so these all need to go. These are preferably for collection but I am willing to post at cost. I estimate postage costs for each of these items would be in the region of 5 to 10 pounds.



I have a 40 Litre Buffalo boiler with ball valve, a homemade, drilled copper leaf hop filter, a copper wort chiller and a stainless steel false bottom. This works brilliantly for all grain and served me well for about 20-25 brews. - 100 pounds. - SOLD.

Boiler

Hop filter and false bottom

Ball Valve

Close up of hop filter

Copper Wort Chiller


I also have a 30 litre Burco boiler which i used as my HLT for about 10/15 brews, this also comes with a ball valve for draining but also with another one at the top for filling. - 60 pounds.
Burco

Inside


I also have 2 30 litre Brupaks fermentors, I got a stainless fermentor for xmas and am planning on getting a ss brewtech one once they are back in stock at the malt miller, so these are now surplus. - 15 pounds each. - SOLD.




Finally a beer barrel for the finished product. - 10 pounds.



These have all been stored for at least 6 months or so will need a thorough clean and sterilizing before use.
 
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How much is the buffalo with false bottom, will take it for right price, how much is it as I couldn't see a price? Dan
 

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How much is the buffalo with false bottom, will take it for right price, how much is it as I couldn't see a price? Dan
Hi, the boiler with ball valve, homemade, drilled copper leaf hop filter, a copper wort chiller and a stainless steel false bottom is priced around £100.00 before postage.

If you want just the boiler, drilled copper leaf hop filter and the false bottom (without the wort chiller) it would be say, £75 before postage?
 

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How did you make the false bottom? I'm looking for one to fit my buffalo boiler
 

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How did you make the false bottom? I'm looking for one to fit my buffalo boiler
Hi,

I didn't, I measured the circumference of the boiler and asked Mr Lard (at the time he was making bespoke ones to order, not sure if he still does) to manufacture me one (I think it was about 40-45 quid). I then carefully drilled wider holes so I could put the feet on it to keep it off of the bottom of the boiler.
 
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