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    Anyone used these guys product?

    brew-stuff.com

    We have talked with the owner and he seems like a nice guy. Just trying to get some feedback on their product and the quality. Let me know if you have used them at all. Thanks

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    I'm curious myself...

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    If you are interested in their 7 barrel system it sure looks like a huge gap between the screens and the walls of the lauter tun. Be careful of people who have enough knowledge to be dangerous.

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    Just an observation about 3 legged tanks. You have sling them to move them. Granted, you won’t move them often, but four legged tanks with cross members between the legs (up to 15BBL, maybe a little larger) can be moved with a pallet-jack.

    Our tanks are 12 feet tall. Not being able to pick them up from the bottom would have been a real pain.

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    When asked if Buzz Alridge was ever nervous when he was flying in space he replied only when I realized that everything in his space ship went to the lowest bidder

    If it looks to good to be true - it usually is...

    I would get USA references - BTW I use my imported chinese 10 bbl tanks as stage props - LOL

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    I'm curious to find out if anyone has experience with them as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Selkirk View Post
    Just an observation about 3 legged tanks. You have sling them to move them. Granted, you won’t move them often, but four legged tanks with cross members between the legs (up to 15BBL, maybe a little larger) can be moved with a pallet-jack.

    Our tanks are 12 feet tall. Not being able to pick them up from the bottom would have been a real pain.
    Three legged tanks sit on uneven floors easier than four legged tanks.
    Danny McGovern
    Brewer
    Marshall Wharf Brewing Co.
    Belfast ME. USA
    04915

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