Probat L12 and sample roaster, plus extras

Started by Edward Rogers in Classifieds on Thursday. 0 Replies

Hi everyone, I hope it it ok to list items for sale with my first post.  I have looked elsewhere for an appropriate site to list these items.  I have had this roaster for over twenty years.  It is in good used condition.  I roast 200-400 pounds a…Continue

Like New Synesso MVP Hydra 2 Group

Started by Losel Tethong in Classifieds Jan 31. 0 Replies

Like new Synesso MVP Hydra 2 Group available for $16,000 Canadian.  Buyer is responsible for pickup / shipping.This machine has been well-loved and immaculately maintained. Machine has been completely drained, cleaned, gaskets replaced and joints…Continue

For sale 2 group Slayer

Started by John Herrmann in Equipment & Tech Jan 28. 0 Replies

I have a Slayer espresso machine for sale. I just had it rebuilt by Solution Espresso Services here in San Diego. Asking $5,000.00. I’m willing to negotiate.

The value of seating

Started by Matt Burtchaell in Retail Coffee Business Jan 22. 0 Replies

I have been given the opportunity to expand in the space next to my current location. I am currently operating out of a 280 sf space with seating for two inside and plenty of outdoor seating. The new space would allow me to have indoor seating.  My…Continue

FOR SALE *in box* Direct Plumb A53 Espresso Machine by La Spaziale

Started by Jesse Gonzalez in Classifieds Jan 13. 0 Replies

I have up for sale still in box- Direct Plumb A53 Espresso Machine by La Spaziale. We purchased two espresso machines for a side project and have not had to use the second machine which is why we've decided to sell. The espresso machine itself is…Continue

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Diedrich IR-5

Started by Max Thompson in Classifieds. Last reply by Wendell Schloneger Jan 8. 3 Replies

Hello! I'm looking for a Diedrich IR-5 in perfect condition. Thank youContinue

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Probat L12 and sample roaster, plus extras

Hi everyone, I hope it it ok to list items for sale with my first post.  I have looked elsewhere for an appropriate site to list these items.  I have had this roaster for over twenty years.  It is in good used condition.  I roast 200-400 pounds a week through it. It was manufactured in the early nineties.  It has served me very well.  I have some exhaust piping to go with it.  It has a few small issues, but nothing that inhibits it’s usability.  I just finished 210 pounds just now.  We are…See More
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