Homebrew Pump Discounts, Deals and Resources

Mark II Wort PumpPictured: Keg King Mark II Wort Pump via William’s Brewing

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Homebrew Pump Uses:

I use my homebrew pump for vorlaufing/recirculating, transferring from my mash tun to brew kettle, chilling with a recirculating wort chiller and transferring to my fermenter.  You could also use a brewing pump to recirculate ice water for your wort chiller.  Pumps are a necessity if you want to use a plate chiller.  You really need one to properly clean and sanitize your plate chiller.  Smaller pumps could be used as part of a brew system solely for moving wort from vessel to vessel.  In addition a lower temperature capable self priming pump is available for moving uncarbonated, but fermented beer and wine from vessel to vessel.


March and Chugger brands have historically been the two main homebrew pump manufacturers.  Generally speaking March is more expensive than Chugger.  From what I’ve gathered, function and quality are similar between the two brands.  Additional brands include Blichmann Engineering, Topsflow, Shurflo and Keg King

Homebrew Pump Options:

Generally speaking these are 110 volt wired versions of these pumps.  For some manufacturers, additional versions and part numbers are available in different voltages, capabilities and unwired.  I’m guessing most want wired 110 volt pumps.

Center Inlet Chugger Reducing Fittings

The center inlet chugger has a 3/4″ thread.  If you, like many homebrewers, use 1/2″ threads on most of your equipment, you will need to reduce this.  Here are a few fitting options.

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Hot liquids are dangerous.  Always be cautious when using your pump with hot liquids and read and follow manufacturers directions.  Ensure that your equipment is rated for your desired application.  If you have any questions, contact the manufacturer of your equipment.

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