Call Us 888-449-2739

Text Us 240-575-2848

Fermenter's Favorites® All-Grain Brewing Cooler

More Views

Fermenter's Favorites® All-Grain Brewing Cooler

SKU: U40028

New and improved Fermenter's Favorites® All-Grain Brewing Cooler features a silicone-reinforced valve port to ensure a tight seal and redesigned body to optimize storage and handling.
$79.99

* Required Fields

$79.99
Description

Details

New and improved Fermenter's Favorites® All-Grain Brewing Cooler features a silicone-reinforced valve port to ensure a tight seal and redesigned body to optimize storage and handling.

Just add hot water and you’re mashing! Brew better beer with less effort using a Fermenter's Favorites® cooler as your mash/lauter tun or hot liquor tank--with an average temperature loss of less than 2F per hour, insulated coolers effectively retain mash temps without a constant heat source.

Fermenter’s Favorites® coolers store easily and stay out of the way with recessed, foldable handles and a narrower body for a smaller footprint in your brew cave.

Note: the Fermenter’s Favorites® 10 gallon cooler offers increased flexibility to brew bigger beers with an expanded full capacity of 11.7 gallons for brewing five to ten gallon batches.
Details & Instructions

Additional Information


Reviews
There are no reviews for this item. Write Review
Customer Q&A
Start typing your question and we'll check if it was already asked and answered. Learn More
Browse 2 questions Browse 2 questions and 2 answers
What is the purpose of the hot liquor tank vs the Lauter Tun?
M H on May 2, 2016
BEST ANSWER: A hot liquor tank is used to hold your hot liquor (hot water) used when you go to mash in and sparge. The lauter tun is where your lautering/sparge takes place. This is also your mash tun where your sugars are extracted and stripped from the grain bed. I hope that this helps!
We are considering all grain brewing, but the question I have with the insulated coolers is - what about the PBA problem with most plastics? Are these coolers PBA free, or do we just not worry about it? Thanks.
M A on Apr 3, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I don't have any info about the specifics, but it is "food-grade" and safe for this use, I would not be concerned about it. Don't worry, have a homebrew! -Mike W, Midwest Supplies

Call Us 888-449-2739

Text Us 240-575-2848

Please wait...

Your selected product has been added to your Cart.

Continue Shopping Go To Cart