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Immersion Wort Chiller 5/10 Split

$ 125.99
Brewmaster Immersion Wort Chillers Immersion Wort Chiller 5/10 Split
If you frequently switch up your batch sizes when brewing at home, this immersion chiller with a 5/10 split is the perfect chiller for your setup. It is made up of 50 feet of high quality copper tubing tightly coiled to about 10 inches in diameter, and it has a nice split in the middle so that you can use it for just about any size batch.

The immersion chiller’s tubing measures ½ inch diameter, and because it is made of copper, it will chill your wort much faster than other types of tubing. There are connection fittings for garden hoses on either end of the tubing, as well as a 24-inch bend in the piping at the top to fit over the lip of the brew kettle. If you already have a brew kettle in which you brew 5- to 10-gallon batches of beer, this immersion chiller is a great addition to your setup.

  • Approx. 10" diameter, 14" to the top coil, 24" to the bend to go over the lip of the kettle.

Are Copper Wort Chillers safe to put in boiling wort?

Yes! Did you know there is zinc in copper? Zinc is an essential nutrient source for yeast to consume as they grow and multiply. The heat helps extract small amount of zinc found in copper. It's a win/win for your fermentation and for you as a brewer.

 

Prevent burns from Wort Chillers!

Connect your "In" and "Out" hoses to your Wort Chiller BEFORE adding the Wort Chiller to your boiling wort. If you place a previously used Wort Chiller into a boiling kettle the water trapped in the copper from the last use will turn to steam and possibly spit out of the chiller. It is also very difficult and dangerous to connect hoses to an already hot wort chiller.

Using Star San to condition your stainless and copper

Stainless steel discolored? Copper looking used, and starting to lose its shine? Take a little raw Star San (not mixed with any water) and apply it to the copper or stainless with a scrub pad (CE27) or a rag, and let it sit for 15 minutes. Rinse it off, and re-apply if necessary (although it usually isn't!) This will help keep your stainless conditioned, and will make your copper look brand new again.

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$ 125.99
$ 139.99 -10%
$ 125.99
If you frequently switch up your batch sizes when brewing at home, this immersion chiller with a 5/10 split is…

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SKU WC50
Type Immersion Wort Chillers
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If you frequently switch up your batch sizes when brewing at home, this immersion chiller with a 5/10 split is the perfect chiller for your setup. It is made up of 50 feet of high quality copper tubing tightly coiled to about 10 inches in diameter, and it has a nice split in the middle so that you can use it for just about any size batch.

The immersion chiller’s tubing measures ½ inch diameter, and because it is made of copper, it will chill your wort much faster than other types of tubing. There are connection fittings for garden hoses on either end of the tubing, as well as a 24-inch bend in the piping at the top to fit over the lip of the brew kettle. If you already have a brew kettle in which you brew 5- to 10-gallon batches of beer, this immersion chiller is a great addition to your setup.

  • Approx. 10" diameter, 14" to the top coil, 24" to the bend to go over the lip of the kettle.
FAQ

Are Copper Wort Chillers safe to put in boiling wort?

Yes! Did you know there is zinc in copper? Zinc is an essential nutrient source for yeast to consume as they grow and multiply. The heat helps extract small amount of zinc found in copper. It's a win/win for your fermentation and for you as a brewer.

 

Tips

Prevent burns from Wort Chillers!

Connect your "In" and "Out" hoses to your Wort Chiller BEFORE adding the Wort Chiller to your boiling wort. If you place a previously used Wort Chiller into a boiling kettle the water trapped in the copper from the last use will turn to steam and possibly spit out of the chiller. It is also very difficult and dangerous to connect hoses to an already hot wort chiller.

Using Star San to condition your stainless and copper

Stainless steel discolored? Copper looking used, and starting to lose its shine? Take a little raw Star San (not mixed with any water) and apply it to the copper or stainless with a scrub pad (CE27) or a rag, and let it sit for 15 minutes. Rinse it off, and re-apply if necessary (although it usually isn't!) This will help keep your stainless conditioned, and will make your copper look brand new again.

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