DetailsLooking to add a thermometer to your kettle, but don't want to weld anything? The BrewMometer™ from Blichmann Engineering™ is the solution. This versatile brewing thermometer, is made of stainless steel with a 3" face plate, 2" long probe and 1/4"-20 UNF thread is the solution. The dial features all the temperature ranges for advanced brewing and can be easily calibrated with a turn screw on the back. Also, comes with high temp gaskets and nut for a weldless version. Simply drill your 1/2" hole , add the gasket and washer on the outside of your kettle, attach the nut on the inside, and you are good to go.
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5.0 / 5.021 ReviewsVery HappyThis makes monitoring my whirlpool chilling so easy. I love it. Installation was really simple and no leaks. Wish I could have one on my cooler mash tun. If it seems a little pricey, it's because it's worth it.September 4, 2012Worth the InvestmentThere are certainly less expensive thermometers on the market, however, this one is truly built to last. It is simple to install, comes perfectly calibrated, and should last a lifetime of brewing. Well worth the investment.January 19, 2013Great ThermometerEasy installation, no leaks, and accurate readings.February 22, 2013Easy install good thermomeyerEasy to order. Quick delivery. All parts in the box. Easy install. Everything I needed to make brew day easyJanuary 16, 2016March 27, 2016Great ValveA little pricy, but worth it for the build qualityOctober 9, 2012Great ThermometerVery easy to install and works perfectlyOctober 9, 2012Awesome thermometerI bought the brewmometer for my new stainless kettle and have been nothing but pleased thus far. I had Midwest drill the holes as I didn't trust myself drilling into a $200 kettle. Weldless brewmometer fit perfect and hasn't leaked a drop! I always believed that you get what you pay forJanuary 31, 2013nice thermoI added this thermo for my biab kettle. It was spot on right out of the box and did not interfere with my grain bag. I made a heat shield out of an old broiler pan and no issues with heat.March 1, 2013
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Browse 1 question Browse 1 question and 1 answerEmbarasasingly, I did not heed the instructions and submerged a thermometer not dissimilar to this one. Is there any easy way to drain (or remove) the water that is now inside the dial?BEST ANSWER: Bryan,
Thank you for your question. You should be able to dry it out by sticking it in a bowl of rice or by placing it in a very low temp oven.