Weber Bean Cellars - Page 2

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#11: Post by JB90068 (original poster) »

BruceWayne wrote: I just put directly in the freezer.
That's what I do with the Lyn cellars. Since the Webers are glass, I keep them on the counter. Even empty, they look good.
Old baristas never die. They just become over extracted.

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The Chinese knockoffs were, in fact, insufficient!



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OH WOW! From that image, they look almost identical! How do they perform? Any difference?

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Question: Does the Craig Lyn cellar fit in Weber wood caddy?

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justie wrote:OH WOW! From that image, they look almost identical! How do they perform? Any difference?
Those are the originals I think, not knockoffs.

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#16: Post by JB90068 (original poster) »

otree wrote:Question: Does the Craig Lyn cellar fit in Weber wood caddy?
No, Craig's are slightly bigger. He does offer different bases for his.
Old baristas never die. They just become over extracted.

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#17: Post by lippstuh »

EdTW wrote:The Chinese knockoffs were, in fact, insufficient!
For most things, I prefer to follow the "buy once, cry once" advice, especially if you're anything like me. I'm very particular and have high respects of using high quality products. But I know some people don't care at all and will be completely happy with knockoffs. Nothing wrong with that at all.