As of this posting, High Gravity Fermentation Supplies is marking down homebrew themed t-shirts a whopping 50%. Limited to on hand stock. No coupon code is required. Price, promotions and availability can change quickly. Please note that product prices and availability are subject to change. Prices and availability were accurate at the time this this post was published; however, they may differ from those you see when you visit the product page. Check the product page for current price, description and availability
As of this posting, High Gravity Homebrew is taking pre-orders for Bootleg Biology Strains. Delivery is expected the first week of August. These strains are tough to find, I’m not aware of another homebrew shop that even carries them. Choices include Funk Weapon #1, #2 and #3, Sour Weapon, Saison Parfait: New World Saison Blend, Brulosophy Blend, The Mad Fermentationist Saison Blend, Sour Solera Blend and Sour Weapon L. Check High Gravity for current availability.
This review is by Homebrew Finds Contributor Brad Probert. Brad is an engineer, expert homebrewer and experienced reviewer. Grab a link to Brad’s website at the end of this review.
Wort Hog 120V eBIAB System
When it comes to electric Brew In A Bag (eBIAB) systems, there are several choices out there. I’ve tried both 240 Volt and 120 Volt systems. While I love the speed of heating water/wort on the 240V systems, I don’t love the constraints/expense of wiring a 240V plug in a convenient place. The 1500 Watt and 1600 Watt eBIAB units out there are good, but they do lack when it comes to speed of heating strike water or getting a really vigorous boil. The Wort Hog 120V system slides into this niche with the convenience of a 120V system, but using a 2250W Blichmann heating element to give a notable boost.
The Wort Hog Turn Key System via High Gravity Fermentations Supplies uses a Bayou Classic 11-gallon kettle. I’d never seen a Bayou Classic kettle in person before, and I’ll admit I had a pre-conceived opinion of them. I thought of them as “cheap turkey fryers” based on their low price and marketing, but I found my baseless opinion was completely off. This 11-gallon kettle has a super shiny, polished exterior, but most importantly it was made of a very robust thick gauge stainless steel. With high quality, clean welds, this baby is certainly going to live up to wear and tear for a long time, and cleaned up very easily.
To celebrate Father’s Day, High Gravity Fermentation Supply is discounting everything store wide (excludes gift certs and Grainfather system) but 20%. The sale DOES include High Gravity’s own line of Electric Brewery Controllers and WortHog Electric Systems. Discount is automatically applied at checkout.
To celebrate Father’s Day, High Gravity Fermentation Supply is discounting $100 gift cards to $90. That’s a de facto discount site wide including lines that are not typically discounted. That includes High Gravity’s own line of Electric Brewery Controllers. Note: You CAN use multiple gift certificates at checkout. “To use multiple discounts, separate them with a comma”. The discount shows up at checkout. Check High Gravity for current availability.
If you’re looking for an Electric Brewery Controller, Check out High Gravity Homebrew’s lineup. Their line of custom made Wort Hog EBC Controllers are designed to control multi vessel RIMS and HERMS builds. Prices start at $495 with lots of configuration options available.