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  1. Pictures of the 410g mashtun are here... https://goo.gl/photos/7FUDdubbo2MCN3929 One pic says "leaks", that is referring to the old freon jacket, not the product.Pictures of the 1625g Mash-tun are here... https://goo.gl/photos/EJ24yTGDJmhPheHX7 These were used in the brewing industry, you may have many different uses for these tanks in distilleries. Removal/rigging on my end will be INCLUDED in the price listed, you only have to pay additional for shipping. Local pickup is preferred, otherwise I would prefer to arrange shipping and can get you a quote promptly. Payment will be made via wire transfer, cashier's check or paypal. I will not "hold" equipment for more than 24 hours unless a payment or deposit is in hand. This ad will be updated frequently and item will be removed when sold.Mash tun 410g could ship on a pallet LTL making shipping to most places inexpensive.($250-450) Mash tun 1625g would probably ship "partial flatbed", likely about $1.20 per loaded mile to your location from zip 68331.Sam Spilker, owner, ph # 402-798-7445, spilkersam@gmail.com. Spilker Ales, 300 W 4th st, Cortland, NE 68331 410 gallon Mash tun. $900 o.b.o. 13--15 bbl mash tun, liquify & pump spent malt discharge, 47”w, 55”l, 45.5” h outside dimensions, 1-1.5” bevel outlet, 3” TC malt discharge outlet, “strainmaster” type false bottom--stainless steel pipes with slits cut on the underside of the pipes(which you may or may not have a use for), manual stir in. No lids on tank, but can give you a flat S.S. lid if you desire. currently using food grade tarp material. Typically I would get 29.4--30.2 PPG(specific gravity points per gallon per pound of grain) for efficiency, or in other lingo 80% efficiency when brewing beer. It also mashes smaller batches (3 to 10 bbls) efficiently. 1625 gallon Mash Tun. $1700 o.b.o. liquify & pump spent malt discharge, or scoop thru bottom man-way, your choice. 86”w,11'9”L, 51”h outside dimensions, 4-1.5TC outlets, 8”x7” hole to 3”TC mash discharge outlet. “strainmaster” type false bottom(stainless steel pipes with slits cut on the underside of the pipes), manual stir in of mash(hand paddles included), hypalon food grade tarp to cover after mash in. Typically this mash tun would also get 29.4--30.2 PPG(specific gravity points per gallon per pound of grain) for efficiency, or in other lingo 80% efficiency.It also mashes smaller 15-30 bbl batches just fine.
  2. Four open-top, 800-liter (211 gallons), French-oak mash tuns from Tonnellerie Rousseau are now available. Have been used successfully for many malt and grain mashes, but they have been replaced with larger fermenters. https://www.tonnellerie-rousseau.com/ These are clean, water-tight and ready to be put to work in your mash house. A full 1.5 inches thick with heavily galvanized hoops! $3200.00 for all four, or 1000.00 per piece. Ships from Dayton, Washington 99328. Thoroughly shrink-wrapped and palletized prior to shipment. Call 'The Proof Prof,' Rusty Figgins, and reserve these handsome mash vessels today! 206.497.7554
  3. Looking for 100 gal Fermenter for rum - new or used. Conical preferred. Any suggestions? Got one? thanks Carol
  4. 8" Sven roller mill, 5hp 3ph XP, 10gpi with XP motor, Harden rolls, Augur boot - $5,000 Serious inquiries only at info@dutchsspirits.com or 518-398-1022
  5. SOLD We are currently in the process of switching our distillation equipment to focus more on our farm and micro-malting facility instead of contract distilling. This equipment would be an incredible package for contract distilling, a distillery looking to expand, or a winery/distillery. Individual equipment prices are listed below. The entire package is listed at. We will consider any and all offers. Please feel free to PM, reply, or email adam.stumpf (at) stumpysspirits.com with any questions or for pics. - Continuous Column Still - 40 plate continuous column still that includes boiler with steam heat exchanger, wash pre-heater, 2 columns, condenser, and piping. The still is broken up into 2 15' columns that are 12" in diameter to save on ceiling height. Still has ability to fractionate. Still is currently being used to strip low wines. Stripping 8% wash at 25+ gallons per hour of distillate at ~110 proof. Still was previously used to run apple brand and produced 15 gallons per hour of 160 proof hearts. Pressure relief valve, pressure gauge, and thermos included. - 650 Gallon Pot Still w/ 5 Plate Column - Heated via steam coil. Pneumatic agitator. 4" bottom drain and 2" side drain. Copper dephlegmator at top of column. All stainless construction. Column has structured copper mesh. Also have copper sheet to place behind steam coils for spirit runs. Will include ~75 lb of copper sheet with the still. Comes with 3 condensers. Currently running small 316 stainless condenser that does just fine. Also have 2 larger 304 condensers. Capable of hitting vodka proof in 3 runs.Still outfitted with pressure relief valve, pressure gauge, and thermos. - 1,000 Gallon Mash Tun - 1,000 Gallon Pfaudler tank with 2hp 220 3 phase agitator. 6" drain reduced to 4" reduced to 1.5". Steam jacket. Cooling jacket. Hinged lid. Ladder. CIP ball. As bottom supports for false bottom (false bottom not included). On mild steel stand. - 950 Gallon Variable Capacity Fermenter - Spokane Industries tank. Variable capacity lid w/ good gasket. Air lock, 2" bottom drain, 2" fill port, thermowell w/ thermometer, aeration port, sample port, sloped bottom, dimpled cooling jacket. Stainless construction and sits on mild steel stand. - 800 Gallon Fermenter - Stainless construction with stainless legs. Hinged lid, CIP ball, dished bottom, 1.5" drain, side mounted prop agitator (no motor included), single wall. - Mash Cooling System - Kiesel SP 12 Eccentric Screw Pump, 16' 4" high temp hose, 2 8' sections 4" high temp hose, 2 5' 4" shell in tube heat exchangers - 1,500 Gallon Pasco Poly Tanks - I have 2 of these. Have top and bottom stainless manways as well as 3" and 1.5" tri clamp ports. - GAI 500 Rotary Filler - SOLD - OMB ET 1500 Pressure Sensitive Labeler - SOLD
  6. Hi All, I'm curious to know what people are doing for controlling their fermentation temperature. I've been looking at the different options available while shopping for my fermenters. Do you use tanks with dimpled or channeled jackets already built into them? Do you wrap a tank blanket around them and use that? (here's a link to one particular site that I've been looking at for this option http://www.powerblanket.com/fermentation-cooling) Do you have glycol in your jacket or cooling water? In my view glycol would be concerning because of the possibility of a leak. Or maybe you don't do any temperature control at all and let the variability add another element to your product? I've obviously geared this towards cooling the fermenters as they will warm as fermentation proceeds, but perhaps some of you heat your fermenters instead of cooling. Interested in hearing what everyone thinks and how they handle temperature control during fermentation. Thanks!
  7. Ager Tank & Equipment Co. has an overstock of our Letina 2000L single wall and jacketed storage tanks available for immediate shipment. These are closed top tanks. Specifications are as follows: Letina 2000L (Approx 528Gal) closed top single wall storage tank. - volume ca. 2000 lit - coat diameter 1116 mm, height 2000 mm - total height ca. 2600 mm - 3 legs, height 300 mm, opened - conical off-centered bottom and top - manhole cover dia. 200 mm - breath valve, DIN 50 - ladder support - type plate with note card - sample tap, DIN 15 - level indicator, dia. 16 mm, scaled - partial discharge, butterfly valve, tri-clamp 2" - total discharge, butterfly valve, tri-clamp 2" - material AISI 304, BA, mirror inside, circle polished outside We also have an overstock of Letina 2000L jacketed tanks. Discounted pricing is as follows: 2000L single wall storage tanks - $2895 each 2000L jacketed stroage tanks - $4195 Please send private email with your delivery address and the number of tanks that you are interested in and I will provide delivereed price. Jason Ager, Ager Tank & Equipment Co., www.agertank.com, 503-222-7079
  8. Two Open Top fermenters for sale. Diagram and picture below. Only in service for 18 months. Have outgrown and looking to sell. New they were $7500 each. Asking $5000 each or $9000 for both Contact Dave @ 614-357-1896 or dave@watersheddistillery.com open top fermenter tank diagram.pdf
  9. Looking to buy hot and cold liquor tanks for a distillery on Long Island, NY. Both must be well insulated. HLT will run on 250F steam, CLT will run on glycol. Desired size range is 1000-1500 gallons. Willing to consider converting mashtuns (HLT) and fermenters (CLT) if the specs are suitable. Please email matt@matchbookdistillingco.com Thanks, Matt
  10. Have multiple items for sale to interested individuals.. 4 - 500 gallon plastic fermenters/holding tanks on metal stand with ball valve closure $2000 each 750 gallon SS open top fermenter $2500 1000 gallon SS steam jacketed cooker with paddle and motor for blending $3000 40 gallon SS steam jacketed gas fired cooker $2500 Gas fired boiler previously used by both Sweetwater and Terrapin breweries in Georgia $2500 750 gallon plastic water or liquid holding tot with sealable top $500 250 gallon copper old fashioned style moonshine still, electric heated $7500 6 - 50 gallon SS stills electric heated $2500 each Feel free to comment or email for more pictures or details to cherokeebrew@aol.com .... all items ship from Georgia
  11. Has anyone else had difficulty getting equipment delivered on time? Or even in the realm of on time? What about quality issues? Equipment delivered that was essentially not manufactured correctly and working properly or parts missing? Customer service that disappears right after the sales part of it? I feel like there's got to be others out there who have dealt with this from supposedly reputable manufacturers. It's beginning to feel like an epidemic of everything that I purchase. I do my research and talk with references, etc. It literally doesn't seem to help.
  12. I have a brewcraft 27 gallon tippy dump set up. It is great for creating recipes for larger distillations. It is a great little set up for brewing beer too. I am asking $3500 for the set up.
  13. Hi, My first post here, so if it is in the wrong forum, moderator please feel free to move it to correct forum. I was wondering if folks here use jackets (like used in breweries) to control their fermenters' temperature. We are looking to set up a distillery to make single malt whisky and one of the options I am looking at is square stainless steel totes as fermenters. These come with a dimpled jacket on one side, and I am wondering if that'd be enough. This will be located in Northern California, and the summer can get quite warm. Cheers, Virag
  14. Selling two 60 bbl fermenters. Two for $20k or each for $12k (or best offer) Both are brand new, never been used! See images attached, along with specs of each! Any questions, please contact me! 60BBL Jacket FVGAVIN FINAL.PDF
  15. We are selling our 500 gallon all wood fermenter. We actually haven't used it other than swelling of the wood. We have built a reinforced stand. The stand also has a one percent slope to make draining the fermenter easier. We added an upper graded thermo-well and thermometer. We are looking for $2200.00. If you have questions call Taylor Howard at 828-230-8121 or email taylor@hhdistillery.com
  16. I am looking for tri-clamp fittings that can be used to attach fittings to the side and bottom of a wood open fermenter. Picture attached. Anyone know where to find some? Thanks!
  17. We are asking $7500 each for these fermenters. We purchased both of these new from Practical Fusion in 2014. We are purchasing new bigger equipment from Practical Fusion that is due to arrive in late February. These two fermenters will be available March 15th. I would like to secure a buyer before then. We will require a 25% deposit to hold and the additional 75% before shipment in March. Buyer is responsible for lining up shipping. I can be reached on my cell or email. Thanks Dave 614-357-1896 or dave@watersheddistillery.com open top fermenter tank diagram.pdf
  18. We are selling two of our 500 gallon fermentors. They were purchased new 2 years ago and are in perfect working order. They have agitators, glycol jackets, CIP and sample ports. Please email tours@privateerrum.com for questions. The spec sheets are attached in a comment below. They are from NSI and in Ipswich, Mass. They do not need to be purchased together. Cheers, M
  19. We are looking at getting a small 1000 litre fermenter - here in Europe Cypress wood is not easy to get, but oak fermenters are. Has anyone any experience of using an oak fermentation tank? We are in a temperate area, so not worried about excessive heat and cold, just worried about bacterial infections etc with low abv in an oak tank. Should we just go for stainless?
  20. I have a 1000 Gallon Single Wall SS fermenter for sale. It has a less than 1 year old 1HP agitator with paddle mixer. 3" TC drain outlet. Upgrading all of our fermenters and need room for the new ones. Email Dave at dave@watersheddistillery.com or call 614-357-1896. Uploaded the one very small picture allowed. Have plenty of larger pictures upon request. Asking $7000
  21. Hi All,,, I have a 300 gallon insulated stainless tank for sale. It has an inverted dish bottom, 1-1/2 side outlet and a hinged lid. It is in excellent condition, I bought it from a food manufacturer and ended up not needing it .. PM with any questions .. Check it out on Craigslist here http://albuquerque.craigslist.org/bfs/4483860153.html
  22. Hi, We're on the search for a 90-125 gallon conical fermenter for a cheap price (under $1500 with shipping). Can be new or used as long as it's in working condition, clean, and has a thermowell. Jacketed would be nice but I don't expect it. Big bonus if it's on locking casters!! Please contact me on here or in any of the ways listed in my signature.
  23. Can someone please explain to me the advantages or disadvantages of fermenting on the grain in open or closed top fermenters? I did a search and couldn't find any previous posts covering this in the forums. Thanks!
  24. For Sale: I have 4 -1000 liter Kothe Fermenters. These were used for about 1 year cost 750 plus shipping from Germany. They are non jacketed, have a removable lid for filling and easy cleaning. They have a bottom spout for emptying and removable airlock. All four will fit on a single pallet weighing about 350 lbs. FOB 29403 Charleston SC. Very easy to transport and store when you aren't using. They all work very well. We have upgraded to all jacketed versions. We are asking $500 each or $1800 for all 4. see attached pic. any questions email scott@highwiredistilling.com thanks for looking
  25. We are selling two of our 500 gallon fermentors. They were purchased new 2 years ago and are in perfect working order. They have agitators, glycol jackets, CIP and sample ports. Please email tours@privateerrum.com for questions. The spec sheets are attached in a comment below. They are from NSI and in Ipswich, Mass. They do not need to be purchased together. Cheers, M