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Four Pin Lock Kegs + New O-rings – $100 – $25 Each

Set of four used pin lock kegs from Adventures in Homebrewing

About: 22-24″ Tall, 9″ Diameter, No Major Dents, Pressure Tested, Heavy Duty SS Kegs

Includes new set of o-rings.  Pressure tasted and guaranteed to hold pressure.

AIH had this same sale a while back.  After a relatively short period of time the price spiked.  As of this posting these are back down to $100  That figures to just $25 per keg.  Single Pin Locks Kegs are available for just $29.  Check each product page for up to the minute price, description and availability.

Set of Four 5 Gallon Pin Lock Kegs Used || 5 Gallon Cornelius Keg Pin Lock Used (Coke)

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Cereal Killer Grain Mill – $99.99 + Free Shipping

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The Cereal Killer Grain Mill from Adventures in Homebrewing gets consistently great cln_img_2933feedback and is one of our Top Finds.  This is a great mill!  Check out my Hands on Review.

Milling your own grain… 1.  Gives you control over the crush of your grain.  That’s a big factor in efficiency.  2.  A mill allows you to fine tune for your equipment and process.  You know what the crush is going to be since you set it.  3.  A mill allows you to save money by buying whole bags of grain at a discount, and 3.  The shelf life of unmilled grain is longer than pre-milled grain.  Freshly milled grain = better tasting beer.

As of this posting, this great mill is in stock and on sale for $99.99.  Shipping is free to most US addresses, check AIH for up to the minute price and availability.

Cereal Killer Grain Mill

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Mini CO2 Regulator w/MFL – $19.99 via Spring Cleaning Sale

Mini CO2 Regulator from Adventures in Homebrewing.  Features a 1/4″ MFL This mini regulator uses a 74 Gram Co 2 Cartridge 5/8″ thread.  You can also add a gas disconnect and 1/4″FFL x 1/4″ FFL swivel and it will connect right on to the keg and make it ready to use, please see the add on.

Portable Serving: As an on-the-go regulator.

Backup – I’m out of CO2 and I want to pour a beer! Use as a backup if your main CO2 tank runs out.  Swap out the CO2 line for this regulator and you’ve got a temporary solution to keep you up and going until you can get more CO2.

Serve Beers at Alternate Carbonation Levels: This regulator goes up to 30 PSI.  That’s plenty to serve high carbonation beers like Hefeweizens and Belgians.  If you don’t have a dual or triple pressure setup, you could use this regulator to serve beers at higher pressures.  I would not suggest force carbonation with this unit.  The 74g cartridges would be pricey. You could carbonate using your existing regulator or just as easily naturally carbonate with priming sugar.  After the beer is completely carbonated, use this to serve at the higher pressure.

We featured this a while back at $29.99 (a $40 savings from list).  As of this posting, this is marked down another $10 to $19.99 as part of AIH’s Spring Cleaning Sale.  Price, shipping and availability can change quickly.  Check the product page for up to the minute price and availability.

Mini CO2 Regulator w/MFL | Spring Cleaning Sale

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Spring Cleaning Sale at Adventures in Homebrewing – updated selection

For a limited time, Adventures in Homebrewing has a Spring Cleaning Sale going on.  That sale discounts lots and lots of stuff by up to 50% including kegs, used whiskey barrels, beer recipe kits, cider kits, wine kits, extract, bottles, growlers and lots more.

Update: This great sale has been going on for about one week.  I’ve seen no stated end date, but my guess (only a guess) is that it will be drawing to a close soon.  If you haven’t checked it out yet, there are some great deals to be had.

Spring Cleaning Sale at AIH

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1 lb Citra – $19.99/lb

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About: Citra HBC 394 features higher alpha acids and total oil contents with a low percentage of co-humulone. Comprised of Hallertau Mittelfrüh, US Tettnang, Brewer’s Gold and East Kent Golding.  Aroma: grapefruit, melon, lime, gooseberry, passionfruit and lychee.

As of this posting, Adventures in Homebrewing has marked their 1 lb Citra Hop Pellet offering down to just $19.99.  This is a great deal for Citra.  Check the product page for up to the minute pricing and availability.

Citra Hop Pellets 1 lb

Ball Lock Kegging System – $121.99

5 Gallon Ball Lock Keg System w/ Picnic Tap, USED Keg (#1)
5 Gallon Ball Lock Kegging System from Adventures in Homebrewing.  Includes a used ball lock keg, new keg o-rings, Taprite dual gauge regulator, all required tubing disconnects and a faucet.  Pick up a good used CO2 tank locally and you’re up and going.

You Get:

  • TapRite T-Handle dual gauge regulator
  • Used 5 gallon ball lock corny keg
  • Gas line assembly with 5′ of thick wall line and MFL fitting
  • Picnic tap assembly with 4′ of thick wall beer line and MFL fitting
  • New Set of O-rings

As of this posting, AIH has this on sale for $121.99.  Check the product page for up to the minute price and availability.

5 Gallon Ball Lock Keg System w/ Picnic Tap, USED Keg

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Up to 40% off Stainless Steel Hop Screens

As of this posting, Adventures in Homebrewing is discounting their entire selection of stainless steel hop filters and screens.  Check AIH for up to the minute price and availability.

Stainless Hop Screens at AIH

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