DetailsImprove the flavor of your homebrew with less effort and impress your friends and family with better results.
Oxygenation is vital to ensuring your yeast thrive during fermentation, reducing the lag phase and off-flavor-producing fermentation by-products while ensuring a finished fermentation to the targeted terminal gravity.
Dramatically improve the strength and vigor of your fermentations by giving yeast the oxygen they need to start fermentation fast and finish strong. Oxygenation with compressed O2 and a diffusion-stone-tipped aeration wand yield the highest possible levels of dissolved O2 faster and more effectively than aeration with an aquarium-style pump.
Effortlessly infuse wort with pure oxygen in less than a minute, maximizing the level of dissolved oxygen to dramatically decrease lag time and yield vastly improved yeast attenuation. Equipped with a 16" aeration wand, the Oxygenation Kit 2.0 ensures oxygen infusion into even the deepest pockets of your fermentor. Provide the yeast with an optimal fermentation environment to ensure they produce the optimal brew.
- valve to attach to an oxygen tank
-16" aeration wand tipped with a stainless steel 0.5 micron air stone
- herbie clamp to secure tubing to wand
Needed but not included is a disposable oxygen tank, available at hardware stores. Please note that oxygen tanks & the regulator are reverse-threaded: right-turn to loosen, left-turn to tighten.
- Details & Instructions
4.2 / 5.021 ReviewsDon't be a dummy like ME!!!Hey,,, I had PROBLEMS with my oxygen kit.... Couldn't get it to screw onto my bottle of oxygen... I called Midwest, and they were eager to replace my kit,,, customer satisfaction...good people. Replacing it wouldn't have helped... You know how, when you sleep, things come to mind??? Well, it occurred to me, after a nap, that MAYBE oxygen bottles have LEFT hand threads. I looked at my kit again, and figured my poor ole feeble brain might be "ON TO" something... it was... Maybe everyone in the world KNOWS this already, except ME, BUT, if you get one of these kits, THAT'S the way it will work. Works GOOD, *now* that I figured THAT out. :-)November 18, 2014This piece is a wellThis piece is a well built quality product. Easy to use and priced right. It's a must for the home Brewer.February 19, 2016Excellent, easy to use productI've seen a noticeable difference in how quickly fermentation starts since using the Oxtgenation Kit 2.0 and my beer tastes cleaner for it. I highly recommend this to anyone looking to give themselves a better shot at ending up with really clean beer.August 2, 2016January 10, 2016Completey satisfiedCompletey satisfies.January 16, 2016Oxygenation Kit 2.0Works great. I use a bottle of oxygen (red) purchased from Lowe's. If you keep the flow at the right level (depending on the beer), it doesn't over-foam too much.January 6, 2017Purchased
6 months agoGreat for getting your beer started.Best and quickest fermentation I've had. Wish I had bought long ago.March 26, 2016Very pleasedWorks as intended and makes the yeast happy.July 30, 2016works greati have used this for 3 batches i just put my carboy in the driveway crack open the regulator for 30 seconds and it will foam but thats why its in the drivewayJune 4, 2017Purchased
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- Customer Q&A
Browse 4 questions Browse 4 questions and 21 answersWhere can I get the disposable 02 bottle?BEST ANSWER: I get the Bernzomatic oxygen cylinders at Lowe's in the welding supplies section. This area is usually somewhere around the contractor checkout lanes or just ask.Looking to purchase and wondering about the regulator and O2 infusion rates. Is there an optimal setting on this non-quantifiable regulator? I often hear things like "two 15 second bursts is all you need". But not sure how far open the valve should be. Wondering if you've done any analysis and how many batches this will last assuming you need 30s per five gallons and use a standard 1.4oz disposable cylinder.BEST ANSWER: I have the 1.0 kit (only difference I can see is the tubing clamp). I can't speak to optimal regulator setting but I just crack open the knob to keep foaming under control. I figure the low and slow approach risks little more than blowing some excess O2 out the top after the wort hits its limit for dissolved O2. The original 1.4oz O2 cylinder is still going strong after 15+ batches but even if it quit tomorrow gas cost would be under $0.75 per batch.Is the wand/stone sold separately? I already own a valve with barb from a previous purchase.BEST ANSWER: The kit includes what you see in the picture (valve, plastic hose, wand & stone)Is the oxygen stone removable?BEST ANSWER: The stone and wand are a rigid assembly. The stone is not removable from the wand. The wand assembly can be removed from the flexible tubing.
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