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I have the following for sale...

19x Cornelius keg £55 each

Kegarator that fits 8 Cornelius £275 (Do not come with the kegs) (this will come with 5 normal taps 1 stout tap, comes with ink bird controller, 6-way airline distribution. I bought the freezer brand new and is 2 years old, never been outside (everything with this I bought was brand new) has solid oak collar.

5x 30LFastFerment fermenters with stands £80 each 1 is still in the box unopened £95 with stand.

1x 30L Fermzillar £80

100 litre micro-brewery (HERM’s) never used bought from PowelBrewing, will come with an extra 100L pot brand new never used, comes with burners pumps etc £1250

Grainfather Connect with Jacket used a handful of times like brand new comes with inner and outer box £625.

2x C02 bottles with reg, 1 bottle full other I cannot say but still in use £150.

Tilt Hydrometer used 3-4 times bought late last year £100

Prefer local pickup if possible (Norwich)

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That's a lot of kit.

The one question I would have is, don't the CO2 bottles remain the property of the supplier? It's normally a deposit/lease contract.
 

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That's a lot of kit.

The one question I would have is, don't the CO2 bottles remain the property of the supplier? It's normally a deposit/lease contract.
No contract with the bottles I bought them outright from Norfolk Gas Filling, I believe they don't contract bottles for home brewers.
 

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That's a lot of kit.

The one question I would have is, don't the CO2 bottles remain the property of the supplier? It's normally a deposit/lease contract.
Don't pay a deposit for mine either. Just pay £24 for a full 6.5kg bottle
 

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Don't pay a deposit for mine either. Just pay £24 for a full 6.5kg bottle
Good price, how much is the refill? Bottles that I've got are 10kg and cost £11 to refill
 

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Good price, how much is the refill? Bottles that I've got are 10kg and cost £11 to refill
I just go and get another bottle for £24.
 

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I just go and get another bottle for £24.
Don't make sence, cost me £90 per bottle wilth first 10kg fill, then £11 refil there after for 10kg, base that on 40kg of co2 cost me intotal £123 for your 6.5kg at £24 per bottle, for 40kg cost you £147, each to their own.
 

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Don't make sence, cost me £90 per bottle wilth first 10kg fill, then £11 refil there after for 10kg, base that on 40kg of co2 cost me intotal £123 for your 6.5kg at £24 per bottle, for 40kg cost you £147, each to their own.
I wasn't having a pop at what you pay.
I have no choice. I live in the ruralest part of the country. I am lucky that the local coal man sells co2 and at £24 for no deposit I don't think it's that bad. Base that on 20kg. I pay £72 whilst you pay £101. Each to their own.
 

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Some serious kit and bargains. Some people are going to be very happy.

Would you allow a courier to collect for buyers?
 

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My one and only question is why @Stib ? Brewing is for life not just for Christmas. Don’t give it up.
only way to brew
acheers.
This lockdown has hit some people in the pocket worse than others. Hope that's not Stib's situation and that he's getting back to his brewing roots with plastic fermenters and a miscellany of glass bottles. The only way to brew, in my opinion!
Get rid of the bread-making machines and get up to the elbows in dough is the way to make bread. Same applies to beer.
 
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only way to brew
acheers.
This lockdown has hit some people in the pocket worse than others. Hope that's not Stib's situation and that he's getting back to his brewing roots with plastic fermenters and a miscellany of glass bottles. The only way to brew, in my opinion!
Get rid of the bread-making machines and get up to the elbows in dough is the way to make breas. Same applies to beer.
All true. 😉🍻
 

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Super interested in the kegerator and couple of cornies, will send a PM.
 

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