You can use these to portion out hop additions and other boil additions and for pH and gravity sample containers. These are a great size and don’t take a lot of room since they nest together. Check out my Hands on Review
Emsa Perfect Beaker with Seal by Emsa. Use for measuring liquids and dry ingredients. Tight fitting lid allows you to use this beaker for storage. Measures 6 different scales. Top rack dishwasher safe. Not microwave safe. Made in Germany.
I’ve used this measuring cup in my home brewery (and beyond) for years. It works great. Check out my Hands on Review
1 Pint clear measuring cup for use at home or in commercial kitchens. Durable polycarbonate construction. Dual read markings in both English and metric units. Temperature range of -40 to +212 degrees F/-40 to 100 degrees C for use with hot or cold contents. Certified to NSF Standards for food use. Made in the USA.
Electronic Digital Caliper by Neiko. Easy to operate. One button switches between inches and mm. Hardened stainless steel shaft. Resolution: 0.01mm/0.0005 inch, Accuracy: 0.02mm/0.001 inch. Large LCD display. Take measurements from 0 to 6 inches. 1 year warranty.
You can use these to portion out hop additions and other boil additions and for pH and gravity sample containers. These are a great size and don’t take a lot of room since they nest together.
12 stacked cups take up minimal space
The stated capacity on these cups is 2 1/2 ounces. I used my Top Find – Fast Weigh MS-500-BLK Gram Scale – review to weigh the container and subtract that weight using the tare feature. Then I filled the container to the brim with water. The weight of that water came out to 60.3 grams. That translates to 2.039 ounces. From what I can gather, the size on these is overstated by a little bit in the product description. They are still a very usable size.
I was able to portion out 42.9 grams of hops in one of these cups. That figures to 1.51 ounces.
These reusable cups are handy for portioning out hops [See: 5 Recent Hop Finds] and other ingredients and boil additions on brew day. You can also collect refractometer and pH samples. Since these stack they are space efficient and easy to store.
As of this update on 1/2016, I’ve been using these cups since July of 2013
I use this pitcher on brew day and for general around-the-brewery measuring. It’s food safe 212 deg F. I use it for recirculating, topping up water, collecting wort from my mash tun, holding utensils on brew day and more. This small upgrade has made a big difference for me on brew day. This is a great pitcher. I’ve owned and used it since May of 2013. Check out my Review for more info.
Clear, durable polycarbonate construction. Break resistant. Volume markers in both english and metric. Temp range of -40 to +212 degrees F/-40 to 100 degrees C for use with hot or cold contents. Capacity: 4 qt./3.8L. Made in the USA.