Dial Thermometer

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Dial Thermometer

SKU 7413

PRICE AS CONFIGURED:

$12.99

Product Details

A must-have accessory for brew day!

Monitor the boil temperature of your homebrew easily and accurately with our most popular homebrewing dial thermometer. Its large face is easy to read while the 12” probe reaches nicely into your kettle. Simply attach the adjustable metal clip onto the side of your brew pot to monitor the boil temperature. Also great for viewing how fast your wort is cooling.

Monitor the boil temperature of your homebrew easily and accurately with our most popular homebrewing dial thermometer. Its large face is easy to read while the 12” probe at full length reaches nicely into your kettle. Simply attach the adjustable metal clip onto the side of your brew pot to monitor the boil temperature. Also great for viewing how fast your wort is cooling. A must-have accessory for brew day.


  • Reads temperatures up to 220 degrees F, in 2-degree increments

  • Keeps the guesswork out of how hot the water should be to steep grains

  • Monitors boil temperature and wort cooling temperature

  • Quick, accurate readings

  • Easy to read and clips to your kettle for the entire brewing period

  • Our most popular dial thermometer for brewing beer


Additional Information

SKU 7413

Customer Reviews

Based on 209 reviews
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(137)
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Peter M.

Works great!

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Mark S.
MWS is awesome!

Have had a great time on your site and with your products, so far. Keep up the good work!

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Michael G.
Thermometer is great

This is awesome,….easy to use and very durable. Very reasonable price and works great. A must for any home brewer.

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Larkin V.
Thermometer

Far more convenient for me than a floating thermometer.

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George H.
Thermometer

Have 2 of these. On one the dial would spin & had to be replaced. The 2 I have now read about 10 degrees apart at low temps & about 5 degrees apart at higher temps. Accuracies is questionable. The one that reads highest is close to glass thermometer.