High Temp Chugger Pump…. $87.96… Shipped


MoreBeer is discounting their entire lineup of pumps as part of their 12 Deals of Christmas Sale.  That is a limited time sale and will change each day.

With the discount, this Chugger pump drops to just $87.96 and includes free shipping.  If you’ve been waiting for a pump deal.. here you go.

More About this Chugger Pump
from MoreBeer “The Chugger lineup of brewing pumps represents a great value for an even better price. These pumps are workhorses in the brewery. Featuring a robust flow rate of 7 gpm, and a magnetic drive designed to handle back-pressure, these pumps are a great addition to any brewing setup! Use this to ease transfers between kettles, cool wort via a counterflow chiller, or recirculate icewater for quicker chilling!

The Chugger pump has 1/2″ mpt inlet and outlet, allowing easy configuration for any application! We recommend setting these pumps up with a ball valve on the outflow side, this way you can throttle down the outgoing flow rate, allowing for more efficient sparges or cooling. The pump head can also be rotated 360° (in 90° intervals) allowing for even more customization.”


  • Polysulfone Head.
  • Food Grade up to 250° F.
  • 1/2″ mpt inlet and outlet.
  • High Flow rate of 7 gpm.
  • Max Head 18.9 ft.
  • 115v 55″ cord and plug attached.
  • 50/60 Hz, 1.4 amp
  • 1/20 HP, 3500 RPM


I use my brewing pump for vorlaufing/recirculating, transferring from my mash tun to brew kettle, chilling with a recirculating wort chiller and transferring to my fermenter.

Check out the full sale – 20% Off March Pumps – use promo code PUMP20

Chugger Pump With High Temperature Polysulfone Head H331 – $87.96 + Free Shipping

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2 thoughts on “High Temp Chugger Pump…. $87.96… Shipped

    1. admin Post author

      I don’t have one on my March and it works great, but having said that were I to do it again I’d go with a stainless head.


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