Carboy Fermentation Heater from Adventures in Homebrewing – $19.99 + Free Ship Eligible + Use it to Help Remove Keg Labels
Carboy heater from Adventures in HomebrewingMore Info
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The Carboy Heater is a small heating wrap that is stuck directly to the fermenter to increase heat by 5-20° F. This heat wrap distributes 32 watts of heat over an area of 2 square feet for a very gentle heat. Use electrical tape (recommended) to adhere to your carboy, plastic fermenter, or even your conical! For ultimate control of your fermentation temperature, use in conjunction with a stopper thermowell and digital thermostat.
Alternate Use Tip
I use a similar heat mat to help remove stubborn keg labels. See: Removing Keg Labels… A Trick That Makes it Easy! – a section of our keg rebuild how-to
- As of this posting, AIH has this marked down to just $19.99.
- Stacks With Free Shipping: As of this posting, Adventures in Homebrewing is offering free shipping on most orders of $55 or more with a few exclusions.
- An easy filler item, if you’re for help to qualify for free shipping… 4 lbs of PBW
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finally a good price on a nice carboy wrap heater. Thanks!