DetailsAn innovative design delivers a structure both powerful and portable. Sturdy yet surprisingly lightweight, the Center of Gravity® brew stand weighs only 90 lbs. It is easy to move and even travel with—break it down and throw it in the trunk of your car for the ultimate brewcation! The Center of Gravity® is perfect for brewers who lack the storage space for a more permanent brew stand.
Kettles up to 19 inches tall can be used with this gravity brew stand. Check out our 15 gallon MegaPot 1.2™ for the perfect size kettle for 5 or 10 gallon batches.
The very top tier is where your Hot Liquor tank will be placed. Pre-heat your sparge water during the mash and have hot water on demand when you want it.
Your Mash Tun will be placed on the middle tier. No more bending or reaching to monitor strike temperature, add grains, check mash pH, and watch the flow-rate of the sparge. Direct fire your mash kettle to maintain accurate mash temperatures or step-mash schedules using the precise needle valve control on the propane burner.
The bottom burner tier will hold your boil kettle 26 inches off the floor. When the mash is complete, easily collect your pre-boil wort, pump-free. Once you've boiled and chilled, conveniently drain directly into your sanitized fermentor. There’s enough height to feed a counter-flow chiller with gravity too.
Each burner can be controlled independently. Heat the sparge water while you mash, or start preparing strike water for a second batch, while finishing the boil on the first.
Pair this with the MegaPot 1.2™ Pro All-Grain Brewing System for the all grain brewing stand of your dreams..
It’s the last brew sculpture you’ll ever need for making beer at home—or in the wild.
Made in the USA from domestic and imported components.
- Details & Instructions
2.8 / 5.05 ReviewsLooks good on paper or on the webLooks good on paper or on the web but fails to perform in the field. Today with an outside temperature in the lower 80s and starting with water at about 85 degrees I could not get 5.5 gallons to boil. It was all it could do to get the water to 150 degrees steeping temperature. And that is with just one of the burners going. I tried two different propane tanks just in case it was a gas problem. It was not. Fortunately I have another burner I was able to use to finish my brew day. If not for that it would have been a really bad day.August 17, 2015Save your moneySave your money you would need it to burn in order to get a full wort kettle to boil. Even on a 90 degree day this thing could not keep 7.5 gallons of wort boiling. It is definitely not going to work at 45 or 50 degrees. It will help maintain a good sparge temperature but that is the extent of it's ability.July 1, 2015Don't use close to flammable materialsEven though I tested before I started my brew I still had two separate hose fires during the steeping process and had to finish with another furnace. Be very careful using this device. If possible replace or repair every connection on the hoses.May 4, 2016Response from Midwest SuppliesHope there was no damage. Always a good idea to test for any leaks and read all instructions to ensure it is used safely. This has not been the normal experience. Do you need our help with any damaged or defective items? Cheers!November 2, 2016Midwest SuppliesMy buddy and I both have the Center of Gravity and love it. It took me 20 minutes to put up and 10 to take down.Added Apr 3, 2017April 3, 2017Purchased
1 year ago
- Customer Q&A
Browse 3 questions Browse 3 questions and 4 answersWhat is the pressure rating of the regulator and can it handle two burners going simultaneously?BEST ANSWER: It can handle all three burners full on. I have 10 gal pots and it heats fast. I love being able to setup and take down by me self.What is the height of the at symbol system? What is the height of each level burner?BEST ANSWER: I got a Center of Gravity last spring. I would have to bust it out to get exact measurements. But I can provide a ballpark. The lower burner sits at a little above 2 ft. The middle burner is about 3.5 feet. And the top burner rest somewhere in the 5 foot range. Let me know if you have any questions.Can this tower accomodate 15.5 gallon keggles?