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Blichmann fermenter (lower prices) and kettle sale

 
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kal
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PostLink    Posted: Sat Oct 03, 2015 8:28 pm    Post subject: Blichmann fermenter (lower prices) and kettle sale Reply with quote


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Here's something you don't see very often: Blichmann having a sale! They normally follow a MAP (minimum advertised price) rule with their retailers so this is actually the first time I've ever heard of this.

Oct 9 update: Some retailers have pointed out that the Blichmann conical fermenters are not technically on sale - it's simply a lowering of MAP prices by Blichmann allowing retailers to sell at lower prices (likely to compete with the increased number of conical fermenters now available, including some that are heated/cooled).

The fermenters are brand new stock while the kettles are G1 and G2 models with 'slight cosmetic damage'.

See the Blichmann kettle sale items, only available at: Great Fermentations.

See the Blichmann conical fermenters, available at:
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PostLink    Posted: Mon Oct 05, 2015 3:48 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Wish they had 20 gallons on, I would have bought them.
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PostLink    Posted: Fri Oct 09, 2015 3:33 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Original post updated as some other retailers are now featuring Blichmann conical fermenters at sale prices. Happy fermenting!

Vesteroid wrote:
Wish they had 20 gallons on, I would have bought them.

Yup! Though the 30's are a good choice too. When I boil long (start with more pre-boil wort) even the 20's sometimes seem like barely enough and I have to watch & stir carefully during the initial heating to avoid boilovers when making 10 gallon batches. (30 gallon pots would have let me do 15 gallon batches too).

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PostLink    Posted: Tue Oct 13, 2015 12:02 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

kal wrote:

Yup! Though the 30's are a good choice too. When I boil long (start with more pre-boil wort) even the 20's sometimes seem like barely enough and I have to watch & stir carefully during the initial heating to avoid boilovers when making 10 gallon batches. (30 gallon pots would have let me do 15 gallon batches too).

Kal


Exactly the reason I went with 30's. I went through several kettle upgrades and decided to go big this time. My concern now is staying under the 100 gal/year legal limit here in CT. I don't know why they decided to halve the federal limit. I guess I'll just have to let my neighbor borrow the system and brew a few batches. He'll be so upset to do it (/sarcasm).
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