*** SOLD *** 35-bbl Conical Jacketed Fermenter $5000 ( $5,000 )
We are selling off a few extra tanks. These tanks have been used by us but no longer needed. We are storing them in one of our other businesses (we made sanitizer) and this building needs to be emptied before the end of this week. Therefore, if you are able to purchase and pickup soon.. this tank may be for you! Asking $5000 for this tank.
LOCATION: Indianapolis Indiana. We have fork lifts to load, and this tank is not too high that it could not be loaded and strapped down on a flatbed. Probably 3000lbs (just a guess) therefore a larger single wheel trailer would probably be what is needed to haul.
CONTACT: Send me a text if interested: 317-364-1467
- PORTS: Bottom is a 1.5″ TC. Above that port is a thermal probe port. Above that a 1.5″ TC (I used a triclamp tee, and placed a carb stone on the straight part of tee, and a sample port on the other). On top are 3-ports plus the manway. One 3″ TC, one 2″ TC, and one 1.5″ TC.
- we used this tank to ferment beer. We NEVER had a single problem with it.
- It does hold pressure: 15psi no issue: We have carbonated in it.
- The exterior has plenty of dings, dents, and imperfections. It is not perfect.
- the glycol jacket is perfect on the interior/no known leaks. The connections are huge, and I just used 3/4″ pex. Would take me overnight to crash.. three temperature zones if desired (I connected all together with pex). The glycol connections are not standard and I used a pvc fittings to adapt… that fitting had a small leak and you could probably get that to stop/or simply convert/weld a triclamp ferrule to those glycol fittings.
- It does not have a racking arm. It has a stand pipe that worked fine for getting clear beer.
- It does have a sample port, but that port is not ideal in that it is on the sidewall (yeasty at times).
- It does have a thermowell where you can put a temp probe.
- I bought this four years ago from another brewery on the east coast, and the manufacturer is unknown. I paid $7000 for it.
- GROSS ~35bbl per my calculations, 30-bbl net. The largest batch I put in it was 25bbl.
- Wide/but not tall (ideal for short ceiling breweries).
Other than that.. we are selling it this week! Needs picked up before June 1, 2021.