Steel Sparge Arm
constructed of quality materials here in the USA,
this rotating sparge arm is a good investment for
your homebrewing system. Gravity fed sparge water
causes the sparge arm to rotate, creating a slow,
even sprinkle of water over the grain bed. This
10.75" sparge arm is constructed of stainless
steel with rubber end caps. Includes 13 7/8" bracket
assembly made of food grade HDPE to position the
unit over the grain bed, allowing for easy height
adjustment. A 6' length of 5/16" i.d. food
grade tubing is included. This will snugly fit
a 3/8" barb if the tubing is heated slightly.
Steel Dome False Bottoms
of heavy gauge perforated stainless steel with
a 3/8" o.d. stainless steel hose barb.
Attach plastic or silicone tubing to this barb
to complete your lauter tun. Unlike plastic false bottoms
can float up during the mash because of the light
weight, this false bottom will stay at the bottom
of the mash vessel where it belongs.
False Bottom: this will fit perfectly
in a 6 gallon plastic
bucket or some 5 to 10 gallon water coolers.
Bottom: will fit most 10 gallon water
coolers, or could be used in conjunction with weld
free fittings in a metal pot.
bazooka screen is the perfect thing to easily upgrade
a pot with a 1/2" ball-valve into a boiling
kettle complete with a hop filtering screen. This
is a 12" long screen with a 1" diameter
constructed of stainless steel, grade 16 mesh.
Complete with a stainless steel 1/2" male
pipe thread fitting that will thread right onto
the Weld-free Ball valve or the Polarware pots
we sell. Will attach to any 2-way port that is
1/2" pipe thread, no tools or welding required!
Because of the smaller surface area, the Bazooka
screen is not very suitable to building a mash
or lauter tun for filtering grains. A false bottom
will perform much better.
crafted of American hardwood, this mash paddle
is made according to a centuries old design.
The large holes in the paddle reduce the effort
required to stir even the thickest mash. The
36" long handle gives plenty of leverage
to help you stir even a small brewery size
mash. The wood is untreated so there is no
chance of unwanted residues in your mash.
precision machined mill and a great value, the
Barley Crusher will take care of your homebrew
milling needs so you can stock up on grains and
have the freshest milled grain when you need
it. Features include 1.25” x 5” knurled
rollers that are adjustable on both ends for
even crushing, a removable hand crank in case
you want to run the mill with a power drill,
and a 7 lb. capacity hopper. Ships fully assembled,
and has a full warranty. #MI10
is a good basic mill if you need an economical
alternative to a roller mill. Although the crush
quality is not as good as a more expensive roller
mill can provide, it is perfectly adequate for
most home brewing needs. A good choice for mash-extract
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