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  1. I never got the chance to see this before, so I appreciate the write up!

    After reading, other than being a bit easier to clean, I’m not sure if it would be worth $70 to upgrade from a regular auto-siphon. I have both a regular auto-siphon (for 5 gallon batches) and a mini auto-siphon for my experimental 1.5 gallon batches I do. All in, my investment is less than $25 and all are still going strong.

    One of the benefits could be the fact that it will last longer than the standard plastic siphons, but yeah – still not sure if I’m at that $70 price point yet. If they could bring it down to around $40, it might be worth it!

  2. Anthony Schoensee

    Hello there Gremlyns Beer Blog.

    This is Anthony the creator and steward of the Pro Brewers Siphon. I wanted to say thank you so much for holding in there and being patient throughout the process. It has been a doosy. I really appreciate your candid and honest review. This kind of feedback truly helps me navigate my journey as I begin this next phase of retail sales.

    I also wanted to let you know that the shortened cane is only temporary until I get my next batch soon. When I do all those that have received one from the first shipment will get a new one sent out in return for the old one.

    Cheers
    Anthony

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