DetailsThese innovative products are the highest quality available. All you need is a 7/8" drill bit. "Why pay a welder?" BrewLogic's entry level kettle fitting is anything but basic. The stainless steel bulkhead fitting provides a watertight seal, and a 1/2" NPT port for attaching a quick disconnect fitting or 1/2" NPT barb on the outside of the kettle, or a 12" Boil Screen or 1/2" NPT barb on the inside of the kettle. The attached ball valve is brass. Sized to fit perfectly into a Sanke keg or brew kettle.
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4.8 / 5.013 ReviewsGood ProductThis product worked well the first time I brewed. I was informed from a fellow brewer that you shouldn't over tighten it, however I had a slight leak. I tighten it up with no problems. Just make sure to test the seal before you start brewing :)_x000D__x000D_The strainer that attaches inside your kettle it isn't overly fine, if you're looking for a fine mesh strainer you might want to buy it separately. This one still works fine for me.March 4, 2012Drill a hole and you have yourself a valveGood value. I compared it to other valves and it offered me what I wanted at a good price. Took 5 minutes to attach and worked right from the start._x000D_March 31, 2014weldless basic conversion kit, 12"screen, Oktoberfest all grain kitI was very impressed with the item, I purchased two installed the in a i/2 keg and a 7 1/2 gallon brew pot , neither leaks._x000D_I also purchased from Midwest a 12" boil screen and attached it to the unit in the 1/2 keg, plan on brewing an all grain Oktoberfest Lager that I also purchased from Midwest and using the screen in batch sparging . As all products I purchase from Midwest quality seems to be their gold.May 13, 2012goodgood product, but i would recommend going to the hardware store for the parts. if you don't know much about plumbing fittings get this. the price wont be much different.October 13, 2012Don't know what took me so longDrilling into a stainless brew pot was EASY. This coupled with the 6" boil screen does a great job filtering out whole hops. _x000D__x000D_If I ever buy a brew pot with out a valve, I will buy this valve again. Doesn't leak, is VERY sturdy and should you need to take it apart to clean it, it's very easy. However, I have never taken mine apart to clean it.October 19, 2012Very easy to installDrill a hole and screw it in tight, done, took me 1 minute to attach. I've never had a leak. Very satisfied. The handle has a covering so you wont get burned turning it, just be sure to use a heat shield (scrap metal rectangle) so it doesn't melt._x000D_January 31, 2013Easy to disassemble and reassembleAll the work and sizing is conveniently done for you. Its easy to disassemble and reassemble. Careful not to over tighten, start with snug, and test for leaks. It would be nicer if the threaded nipple was longer. Other than that its good solid design.July 14, 2013All the work is done for meIt was easy for me to attach it, no leaks, and I can remove it for periodic cleaning.September 24, 2013This and a drill gets you a fittingAlmost too easy to put it on, and tighten. Test for leaks (none) and use. You will have to buy a barb to hook up the tubing of course.December 17, 2013Here is my new valveIt's a lot easier using this than siphoning out the wort. It's easy to take apart for cleaning. It has minimal exposure so stainless isn't really needed and you save some money.January 31, 2014
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