Video: The More Beer Stainless Sparge and Mash Recirculation Arm

More Beer has released a new video demonstrating their new Ultimate Sparge Arm

Features:

  • 100% stainless and silicone construction
  • Two adjustment knobs make it extremely universal
  • Included ball valve allows you to increase or decrease the flow rate during sparge or recirculation
  • Included check ball will prevent back flow
  • Can adjust from the top of your kettle to 12-13 inches down into your kettle
  • A single, large diameter outlet port trickles onto a stainless disc, which distributes sparge water gently and evenly. This port is also much easier to flush out and keep clean than many other sparge assemblies with multiple small holes that grain gets stuck in during recirculation
  • Stainless tube measures 18.5″ from the top to the bend, and 8.5″ from the bottom to the center of the distribution disc.

Complete Details here

The Ultimate Sparge Arm BE950 – $149.95 Shipped

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7 thoughts on “Video: The More Beer Stainless Sparge and Mash Recirculation Arm

  1. Robby

    I was trying to build something exactly along these lines, but I couldn’t get it right. For my part, I have to say I’m ok with the price. It’s a purpose-built, all-stainless item that solves the last remaining problem in my brew kit.

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  2. Anonymous

    uh people, it’s called “ultimate”. Thus it has to be expensive or it wouldn’t be ultimate. If I shat in a box and called it the Ultimate Brown Grease Spot, it would sell for at least double what your average turd in a box would sell for.

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  3. Jason

    $40 of parts.. I don’t think so… that is a formed stainless tube (custom), with 5 stainless plates (also custom) welded on with some pretty difficult access to the weld lines. This is totally overkill for you need, but the pricing seems about right. To Chris’s point… If a company is making a million of these things, then then could make them in China and be okay with a small margin on each one since they sell so many and the assembly would be all automated, etc… that isn’t the case here… The false bottom is a great comparison.. those are sold by a bunch of distributors to the majority of AG brewers, but nobody can bring the price down lower than ~$40.

    Just got the their catalog for the first time the other day. That is great fun to page through. I haven’t bought anything from it, but it is fun to look. 🙂

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  4. Anonymous

    With all respect, there is little manufacture that’s gone into this. It’s mostly comprised of off the shelf parts. I’d be surprised if there’s more than about $40 worth of parts there. They could still sell it for $80, make a nice profit and it would be roughly half it’s current price.

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  5. Chris Brewer

    I’m sure it’s expensive to design and manufacture a new product. It’s also an economies of scale thing. The homebrewing crowd isn’t massive anyway and a device like this doesn’t even appeal to all homebrewers. You need to be brewing all grain and fly sparge for this to make sense. Think about a stainless false bottom, these cost $50-ish and they aren’t anything more than a thin sheet of stainless cut into a circle with some holes punched into it.

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