Quickly cool your wort down to yeast pitching temperature and reduce the chance of contamination. All copper coil construction is easy to clean and will conduct heat better than other metals.
No need to sanitize. Simply drop your clean chiller into the kettle a few minutes before the end of the boil and it will be ready to go.
Brew with peace of mind like never before. Drop-angle connections provide insurance against contamination. Surprise leaks stay outside your kettle and away from cooling wort.
Ensure secure tubing with proprietary barbed fittings. Eradicate shooting streams of water that make a mess in your brew cave. Do away with ill-fitting hose clamps on mis-shapen chiller connections.
Maximize flow and minimize fuss. The Copperhead® drop-angle eliminates kinked tubing. No more hassling with propping up water hose. Tubing can now hang tension-free, kink-free and problem-free.
Standard garden hose connection allows for brewing outside or connects to a laundry sink faucet as your chilling water source. Use the optional Faucet Adapter to connect your Copperhead® to a standard kitchen faucet when brewing inside. Dimensions: 9 inches wide, 16 inches tall to the bend, 3/8 ID tubing
Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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I used this 2 times so far and it is great! No more ice baths for my wort!
Copperhead® Immersion Wort Chiller
I liked the fact that the hoses attach outside the pot and a bit lower than the rim. (With a former model I did have a sudden surprise/disconnect and leaking of cooling water right into my kettle.)
This Copperhead™ perfectly held up for almost 4 years, I got over 70 uses out of it, until it also started spurting water all over! From 2 little holes close to that steeply angled part of the copper tube. The tube is (and for me always has been!) indented at that bent place ...like it happens if you try to bend a copper tube without preventing that kind of kinking. It looked almost crushed in, but as it did not seem to noticeably impede the water flow I thought that to be normal. I felt good to go.
Guess I should have paid more attention to detail! The micro movements of normal use/no abuse, just 70 times connecting/ disconnecting/ cleaning/ storing finally broke the tube open in that area of the kink, resulting in 2 little leaks! - I know I should have rejected that piece of equipment when I purchased it, because I did already see that kink. But at that time I just didn't see those possible consequences. Well, live and learn.
I recently purchased the copperhead wort chiller. When i pulled it out of the box, every thing was as it should. No loose connections, hoses were new and when I put the water to it, there were no leaks. The wort cooled down quicker and easier than an ice bath. Just remember, if your water going through the chiller is warm it won’t cool as quickly. Bottom line very good product. You can’t make one for the same price purchasing the same components
This thing is chill!