3bbl Electric Brewery ( $12,500 )Hot
3Bbl Electric Brewery, 3 years use :
125 g Mash Tun with four 20 amp heating elements, perforated SS mash screen, motorized mash paddle, copper sparge arm. 3ft long mash probe. 1.5” triclamp gravity only center drain. 15 gal Grant. Twin 55gal SS kettles, temp probes, drains on outer edge with a whirlpool break wall, side mounted whirlpool entrance ports, two 20 amp elements in each kettle. All 1.5” triclamp SS food grade piping between Vessels. 1 HP food grade SS variable speed CPE EVEN-FLO pump. 1.5” triclamp 5ft cleaning hose, 20ft transfer hose. Individual electronic presets for temp targets for all three vessels. Master/Slave switch for kettles enables separate temps for kettles.
Brewhouse sits on 2” angle iron rack. Rack sits on pairs of cinder blocks. Rack is 30” wide, 10 ft long, 40” high. With the control box still mounted 38” wide and fits through a 40” door.
3bbl internally mounted heat sync wine tank on wheeled frame. 1.5” triclamp fittings. 2 bbl jacketed conical fermenter, mid-cone racking port, spray ball for CIP, on three wheels. 8 55gal plastic drums with lids and locks for use as extra fermenters (Open case of drum liners included) 6 keg Stainless topped True backbar cooler used for lager/Belgian fermentation chamber or lagering cellar. It will ferment 4 20gal containers of beer. [included] Blickman Riptide transfer pump, GWKent Staney filling/cleaning device.
2’x3’x5’ Food grade rolling tool rack. 2’x5’x5’ (4 racks) Food grade rolling storage rack.
co2 regulators for 8 keg distribution system. CO2 splitters 8-way, two 4-way. Dozens of feet of High- pressure CO2 line. 8 Stankey Taps, one nitrogen tap, 8 sets each for pin and ball lock 5 gal kegs.
Motorized Crankenstein 3-roller adjustable grain mill mounted on two bag grinding station. Two 40 gal bins for ground grain. Eight 20 gal bins for bulk grain storage. 6 totes for specialty grain storage. (Black, Chocolate and Flaked Barley are full 😉
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