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The Stainless Steel Mix-Stir

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The Stainless Steel Mix-Stir

SKU: 7249

De-gas your wine in seconds, or aerate your wort for a healthy fermentation with this easy-to-use mix-stir tool. Just attach it to your electric drill and in just a few minutes you'll have the oxygen you need to get your wort's fermentation off to a great start for sumptuous, tasty homemade wines.

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De-gas your wine in seconds, or aerate your wort for a healthy fermentation with this easy-to-use mix-stir tool. Just attach it to your electric drill and in just a few minutes you'll have the oxygen you need to get your wort's fermentation off to a great start for sumptuous, tasty homemade wines.


  • De-gas wine or aerate wort in short 10-15-second bursts
  • Easily mounts to an electric hand drill
  • 22" long, stainless shaft with replaceable plastic blades
  • Collapsible wings make it easy to insert into and remove from a carboy
  • Note: Mix-stir works effectively to de-gas wine and should only be used in a few 10-15-second increments. Over-use will risk adding oxygen to your wine. Will not fit 1/2-1-gallon carboys.


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Height 20"

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Must have mix-stirrer
I ordered this stainless stell mix-stirrer after getting frustrated with a plastic model that would continually slip loose in my drill. This stainless steel model worked perfectly, enabling me to complete the process to remove CO2 from my wine. I highly recommend it.
February 5, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
The stainless steel mix- stir works well.
It is sturdy for the task, and easy to clean. It is awkward to set down without touching anything, for sanitation purposes. The drill motor gets heavy at chest level. The carboy might be better on the floor for this purpose. I ran it intermittently in both directions and nothing failed.
March 24, 2016
Thought It Would Be a Luxury
I know better now. If you're going to stir anything into a wort or must, if you're going to ferment in a carboy, if you're going to mix in additives while aging in a carboy, this tool is worth its weight in gold. For 1 Gal jugs, it also works nicely by hand, should the drill drive too fast or the battery be dead.
July 24, 2014
Stainless steel mix-stir
This is a must for anyone that does wine, I did two kits with out it that was hard work. I do recommend this for anyone that does wine and beer makes a big different.
February 17, 2014
Better than the all plastic version
You can add a lot of air into your wort with this stirrer._x000D_What I do is whip up the top and start lowering the blades which creates a vortex that pulls in the froth and mixes it deep down. Then I repeat with the drill reversed. After a few passes, its thoroughly aerated.
February 12, 2014
Easy to use
It generates a lot of foam and quickly Oxygenates my wort. I have on an old drill that I dedicated just for this. I soak the mix stir in star san and let it dry a few minutes before I need it. After using is I wash it off with soap and water, so its clean for next use.
December 25, 2013
Good for Mead and Wine
I aerate my Mead and wine a few times and it works well, a lot better than shaking a bucket or rocking a carboy. Its well made and wont break unless you are careless and let the spinning blade hit metal.
November 17, 2013
better than plastic
I had the plastic one before, and it broke while I was stirring a batch! This one is way sturdier. Spend a little extra the first time and save some in the long run.
October 17, 2013
Really mixes well
It really churns up the wort getting way more Oxygen into the wort than shaking. Its also a lot easier on the back than shaking. Just attach a low speed drill and give it a minute.
October 7, 2013
Makes aerating wort easier
Aerating 10 gallon batches by hand is a pain. With the mix stir I whip up some froth at the top, then submerge the head deeper, and it pulls the froth down into the depths of the wort. I do this for 45 seconds, then reverse the drill, and repeat the process for 45 seconds. I'm left with well aerated wort which I then transfer to a couple of plastic buckets.
August 22, 2013
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