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BrewJacket

BrewJacket

Item Number:182-1000
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BrewJacket Immersion Base Unit

The BrewJacket Immersion Base Unit allows you to create world class ales and lagers without a refrigerator and thermostat setup. This complete fermentation temperature control system brings your fermenting beer down as low as 35º F (20º C) below the ambient temperature in your house.


Immersion Base Unit Includes

- Immersion Unit
– Insulated Jacket
– Drilled Stopper
– Bulkhead connector and one-way co2 release valve
– Universal Power Supply: 100v-240v, 50/60hz with cord for your country of choice
– Fahrenheit for all orders with a USA address or Celsius for all orders with an address outside of the USA

Additional accessories also available.  See Options.

Specs:

– Rod: 1.5? Diameter * 18? Long
– Temperature Probe: 18?
– Fan Noise: 45db
– Better Bottle and Big Mouth Bubbler Blowoff: sleeved gasket with one-way valve
– Sanitation: Iodophor
– Cleaning: Soap & water, or PBW
– Power Consumption: 95w
– Weight: 6lbs
– Warranty Period: 1 Year

Please note that this item is commonly drop shipped and may require additional lead time (usually 2-3 business days) for order processing.
5 Stars
Well made, excellent idea for small batches
Recently purchased a Brewjacket, it's arrival spurred me on to do my first all-grain batch of a Czech pilsner recipe. I lack much brew storage space in my house, much less one for a lager fridge, and what space there is available is warm. The Brewjacket is perfect for my needs. Equipment set up is very easy. Important: read the PDF online manual - temperature calibration is important. Follow instructions to sanitize the probe, the metal bar, and the PET container (in my case, a 6-gallon carboy). The supplied temperature probe was spot on with a freeze/boil water test; the manual does guide one on calibrating the controller head, if necessary. After attaching the unit to my batch in the carboy, I was able to snuggle the carboy with 5 gallons of wort into the jacket without too much difficulty. (Tip: use a carboy strap hauler to insert the carboy into the jacket with a straight, downward motion into the jacket cavity). The controller, when it's running, is a bit loud, so keep it at some distance, close the door, or shove it in the basement. My impression is this item, though expensive, is perfect for my needs. I won't be making a lot of lagers, mostly ales, so this single unit is all I (think I will) need. Glad I bought one! Apparently, the company now makes jackets to fit FastFerment and SS Brew Ferment Chronical 7.
Reviewed by:  on 1/20/2016
5/5

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