25′ Immersion Wort Chiller from MoreBeer. 25′ of 3/8 Copper Tubing. 8 Foot (both in and out) vinyl tubing. Includes female garden hose fitting. 10″ diameter, 8″ to the top coil, 15″ to the bend to go over the lip of the kettle.
Efficient Wort Chiller- 1 (25′ x 3/8″ With Tubing) WC20 –
$69.99 $59.99 + Free Shipping
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“In a traditional wort chiller, the coils rest on the bottom of the pot and the hot wort on top takes a very long time to reach them, making the entire process time consuming and inefficient. Our original, simple innovation for the Immersion Wort Chiller from MoreBeer! is to move the coils right to the top where the majority of the heat is. This promises to give you the fastest heat exchange possible, to cool your wort down more efficiently and to get your brew into the fermenter as quickly and cleanly as possible. There is also no need to stir during chilling which reduces contamination and allows your trub and spent hops to settle to the bottom of your kettle.
Some other key differences of our wort chillers. We solder the copper tubes together at the top of the chiller, out of wort, so that the who unit retains its shape. Other chillers use hose clamps which is a less permanent, but much cheaper, solution. The connection feeds on our chillers our bent out down at an angle so that if there is any dripping at the copper/vinyl connection point it drips out of the kettle and not back into your beer. Also works perfect with a kettle that features a notched lid. Made in the USA in our metal shop.”