The following is a selection of wort chillers for home brewing including our line of immersion chillers, counterflow and plate type wort chillers.
Easy to clean and visually inspect all wort contact areas
12’ of 5/8” outside diameter copper center section
Lead free solder used in all copper-copper connections
Five sections of high-temp food grade silicone hose
Costs $50 less than convoluted non-cleanable competitors
Chills 5 gallons of wort to pitching temps in 7 minutes*
Only uses 14 gallons of water
Chilling coils: 10" diameter, 4" high
Input/output: 16" or 20" to top of bend (choose in the drop down menu)
Why choose between having speed or efficiency when the Mantis gives you both!
Corny keg wort chiller
Input and output lines
Two 5' sections of 3/8" vinyl tubing with 3/4" female garden hose adapter for the input
Chilling time: 6 minutes for 3 gallon batch (in a corny keg) to 10° F above tap water temperature
Recommended chilling water source: Any source (kitchen sink faucet, utility sink, garden hose spigot, etc.)
Our Jumbo Immersion Wort Chiller is made from 50 feet of 3/8" high quality, USA made copper tubing. Great for batch sizes big and small, the extra long copper tubing means more surface area contact with your wort, which ultimately means faster cooling! To use, place the wort chiller into your brew pot during the last 15 minutes of the boil (keep the tubing outside of the pot and away from your heat source). Once you boil has finished, connect the water-in tube to a standard garden hose or utility faucet, and place your water-out tube in a drain or bucket. Next, just turn on your water (slower the water flow, the better). Depending on how cold the water is running through the copper tubing, you can feasibly chill your wort in 10 minutes! The Jumbo chiller comes pre-assembled with the following:
Approximate Chiller Dimensions: 9.25" overall diameter, 8.5" coil height, 13.5" inlet/outlet height
One of the most critical steps when brewing, is to get your boiling wort down to yeast pitching temps quickly. The quicker you can chill your wort, the less susceptible it will be to contaminants that can infect your beer and result in unhappy drinkers. An immersion chiller is a great solution to this challenge for the homebrewer, and hands down is the best upgrade a beginning brewer can make to their setup. Immersion chillers work via the process of heat exchange: cold water is run through the copper tubing, which is submersed in the hot wort. The cold copper in turn removes heat from your wort. Depending on how cold the water is running through the copper tubing, you can feasibly chill your wort in 15 minutes! Simple and effective.
Our Standard Immersion Wort Chiller is made from 25 feet of 3/8" USA made copper tubing, and is great for batch sizes of 5 gallons or less. To use, place the wort chiller into your brew pot during the last 15 minutes of the boil (keep the tubing outside of the pot and away from your heat source). Once you boil has finished, connect the water-in tube to a standard garden hose or utility faucet, and place your water-out tube in a drain or bucket. Next, just turn on your water (slower the water flow, the better) and watch your wort cool down fast!
The wort chiller comes pre-assembled and contains the following:
Approximate Chiller Dimensions: 8.75" overall diameter, 4" coil height, 13.5" inlet/outlet height
The backflush assembly for the Blichmann Therminator is the perfect way to keep the inside of your Therminator free from any organic material that might get caught in the unit during use. It is an 18" length of 1/2" ID hose with garden hose thread and 1/2" quick connector on the ends. This assembly makes it easy to backflush your Therminator, thus keeping it clean. Highly recommended, as otherwise you can spend a great deal of time hooking up and disconnecting hoses for backflushing. Why make things harder than they need to be? Go simple, go with the Therminator's backflush assembly!