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In Stock… Get a Hard to Find Anvil Foundry Brewing System + Hands on Review

  • Anvil’s Foundry Brewing Systems have been wildly popular since their introduction.
  • This is evidenced by the fact that there have been consistent availability issues.
  • As a shipment becomes available.. it sells out in short order.
  • To my knowledge these all ship directly from Anvil.  That means there’s one pool that everyone is drawing from.
  • Prices should be about the same no matter where you purchase.
  • As of this update on 9/2, this seems to be in stock at most retailers.
  • Check each retailer for current price, selection, description and availability.

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Tax Free Sale at Beer & Wine Hobby – Save on Larger Purchase MAP Items – Blichmann, Anvil & More + Reviews

  • Beer and Wine Hobby paying the tax as part of a Tax Free Weekend deal they’re doing.
  • This is valid right now.
  • This is a good chance to get somewhat of a break of MAP items.
  • MAP = Minimum Advertised Price.  It’s an agreement between sellers and manufacturer’s not to sell an item below a certain price.
  • Savings could really add up on larger purchases.
  • No coupon code is necessary, double check to make sure you are not charged tax at checkout.

Some Ideas… Blichmann Engineering, Anvil Brewing, Spike Brewing

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Price, promotions and availability can change quickly.  Please note that promotions and product prices and availability are subject to change. Promotions, prices and availability were accurate at the time this post was published; however, they may differ from those you see when you visit the product page.  Check the Beer and Wine Hobby for current availability and terms.

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Hands on Review: Anvil Bucket Fermentor Cooling System

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.

Anvil Bucket Fermentor Cooling System

Blichmann created the Anvil line of equipment to provide good gear at an affordable price. Across the line-up, you can find great quality stuff that’s notably cheaper than other high-end brew gear. By making it more affordable, it allows more homebrewers to step up their equipment. I reviewed their 7.5 gallon stainless bucket fermentor a little over a year ago. It was a great product, but it wasn’t compatible with my existing fermentation temperature control systems. So I was excited to see they came out with a custom system. And as per their formula, it was upper tier brewing capability at an attainable price.


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The system is targeted to those looking to control their temperatures in the 50-55F temperature zone where lager yeast provides its cleanest flavors. It comes with a neoprene insulating jacket to insulate the walls of the bucket, a cooling coil & thermowell mated to a special stopper, a submersible pump and cooling lines to circulate your cooling water, and a digital controller. The neoprene jacket is custom-made for the Anvil fermentor, with cut-outs for the handles, the lid clamps, and the spigot.

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Tax Free Sale at Beer & Wine Hobby – Save on Larger Purchase MAP Items – Blichmann, Anvil & More + Reviews

  • Beer and Wine Hobby paying the tax as part of a Tax Free Weekend deal they’re doing.
  • This is valid right now.
  • This is a good chance to get somewhat of a break of MAP items.
  • MAP = Minimum Advertised Price.  It’s an agreement between sellers and manufacturer’s not to sell an item below a certain price.
  • Savings could really add up on larger purchases.
  • No coupon code is necessary, double check to make sure you are not charged tax at checkout.

Some Ideas… Blichmann Engineering, Anvil Brewing, Spike Brewing

Update: This promo has expired or pricing, availability or description has changed – Check the supplier’s site or product page for current availability

Recent Deals!  Last Fifty Finds

Related Reviews:

Homebrew Reviews: Blichmann Engineering

Homebrew Reviews: Anvil Brewing Equipment

 

Price, promotions and availability can change quickly.  Please note that promotions and product prices and availability are subject to change. Promotions, prices and availability were accurate at the time this post was published; however, they may differ from those you see when you visit the product page.  Check the Beer and Wine Hobby for current availability and terms.

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Tax Free Sale at Beer & Wine Hobby – Save on Larger Purchase MAP Items – Blichmann, Anvil & More + Reviews

  • Beer and Wine Hobby paying the tax as part of a Tax Free Weekend deal they’re doing.
  • This is valid right now.
  • This is a good chance to get somewhat of a break of MAP items.
  • MAP = Minimum Advertised Price.  It’s an agreement between sellers and manufacturer’s not to sell an item below a certain price.
  • Savings could really add up on larger purchases.
  • No coupon code is necessary, double check to make sure you are not charged tax at checkout.

Some Ideas… Blichmann Engineering, Anvil Brewing, Spike Brewing

Update: This promo has expired or pricing, availability or description has changed – Check the supplier’s site or product page for current availability

Recent Deals!  Last Fifty Finds

Related Reviews:

Homebrew Reviews: Blichmann Engineering

Homebrew Reviews: Anvil Brewing Equipment

 

Price, promotions and availability can change quickly.  Please note that promotions and product prices and availability are subject to change. Promotions, prices and availability were accurate at the time this post was published; however, they may differ from those you see when you visit the product page.  Check the Beer and Wine Hobby for current availability and terms.

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Hands on Review: Anvil Brewing Equipment Forge Propane Burner

This review is by Homebrew Finds Contributor Tom Brennan.  Read more about Tom and grab a link to his website and YouTube channel below.

Anvil Brewing Equipment Forge Burner

When I was looking for a new burner I stumbled upon this utilitarian looking burner it was for me, with the BTU’s (72,000/hr) to back it up. This looked strong, rugged, and simply made. And at first glance, the Anvil Forge Burner had it all for me.


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Anvil Temperature Controller – Heat Or Cool – $24.99 + Free Shipping

Anvil Temperature Controller - Heat Or Cool - Homebrew Beer Carboy Fermentation

Anvil Temperature Controller – Heat Or Cool – Homebrew Beer Carboy Fermentation

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The Anvil temperature controller is tuned and designed for home brewing. No need to spend time configuring and fiddling with settings. Just plug it in and start controlling your temps! The unique design has an integral male plug on the back allowing it to be to plugged into any 120V wall receptacle greatly reducing cable clutter and eliminating the need to drill holes for mounting. Simply plug your refrigerator or pump into the front and you’re ready to go. The 9.5 ft long sensor cable reaches anywhere you need. We’ve also selected a robust 15A internal relay for long life and more capacity than the competition. All this at one cool price.

Features:

  • 120V 15A operation
  • Control temps to +/- 1F
  • Temperature Control Range: 16 – 220°F
  • Fahrenheit display
  • Selectable heat and cool modes (not dual stage)
  • Plugs into any 120V wall receptacle – no mounting holes needed!
  • Reduced cable clutter
  • Plug can be inverted to match your receptacle
  • 9.5 ft sensor cable length
  • 1.5″ sensor probe length

 

As if this posting, this is eBay offering is selling for just $24.99. Shipping is also free to many US addresses.

Anvil Temperature Controller – Heat Or Cool – Homebrew Beer Carboy Fermentation

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Get a Hard to Find Anvil Foundry Brewing System! – In Stock or Get in on the Next Batch + Hands on Review

  • Anvil’s Foundry Brewing Systems have been wildly popular since their introduction.
  • This is evidenced by the fact that there have been consistent availability issues.
  • As a shipment becomes available.. it sells out in short order.
  • To my knowledge these all ship directly from Anvil.  That means there’s one pool that everyone is drawing from.
  • Prices should be about the same no matter where you purchase.
  • As of this update on 7/29, product pages are showing a variety of dates, from available right now to pre-order or no dates at all.  It’s my understanding a mid August shipment is coming in.  I don’t know if that’s sold out yet or not.  Place your order now to get in stock unit or, reserve your spot in the next shipment, presumably September as these have seemed to come in once a month batches.
  • Check each retailer for current price, selection, description and availability.

Compare Models, Prices and Availability:

Check product page for current shipping estimates and availability.

We’re keeping a close eye on the FoundryConnect with Homebrew Finds to Stay in the Loop!

Hands on Review: Anvil Foundry Brewing System!

More: Our Last Fifty Finds!

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 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.  pst:foundry

Hands on Review: Anvil Bucket Fermentor

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.

Anvil Stainless Steel Bucket Fermentor

It’s well known that you don’t have to just ferment in that plastic bucket that came with your homebrew beginner’s kit. When you are ready to upgrade there are multiple material options, and varying levels of size/features. As it goes with most homebrew gear, brewers love stainless steel. So, of course you can get your fermentor in stainless steel, too.

Stainless provides a better oxygen-proof barrier than the plastic brew buckets and is easy to clean. The easy cleaning not only makes the worst job in homebrewing (brew day clean-up) slightly better, it also means you don’t have to worry about things hiding in crevices to sneak out and do funky things to your beer. Stainless is also durable and long-lasting, meaning you can look at it like a longer-term investment. Typical price tags on steel fermentors also make you consider it from a longer-term investment perspective as well.

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