Beer Filter Kit - 10 in. Canister Filter

Beer Filter Kit - 10 in. Canister Filter

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The beer filter gets installed inline between two ball lock Cornelius kegs using CO2 pressure to push the beer out of the full keg through the filter and into the clean keg. This kit is designed to filter out particles down to 1 micron, which is considered fine filtration. At one micron the beer will be clear after filtration provided you do not have a starch haze. Filtering also accelerates the conditioning process to just a few days. Most of our customers who use the filtering kit find that they; keg beer, chill it overnight, filter the next day, carbonate, and are drinking clear beer in a couple days. For those who want to bottle beer without sediment, filtering combined with the use of a counter pressure bottle filler will allow you to put crystal clear, carbonated beer into bottle. The beer filtering kit comes with one 10" filter housing, a 1 micron 10" spun poly sediment filter, fittings for connection to the filter housing, 3' of beverage line, clamps, and two beverage out ball lock quick disconnects.

Spun-polypropylene filters are disposable filters and cannot be cleaned and used more than once. However, you can filter multiple kegs with one filter. 3 micron will remove most yeast, and 1 micron filtration will remove almost all yeast. All filters are rated nominal (will filter out 80-85% of matter at given rating). Temperature rated to 125°F.

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Weight 2LBS
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treating myself
Charles B on Sep 10, 2019
quick and easy to filter wine
Steven B on Jul 11, 2019
treating myself
Charles B on Sep 10, 2019
Previous one seems to function and required a second stage to filter.
Benjamin D L on Jul 25, 2019
quick and easy to filter wine
Steven B on Jul 11, 2019
I've been looking into this kind of filtering for a while and this looks like a quality setup at a great price. I'm excited to use it.
Brandon N on Jun 22, 2019
Best price
Richard I on May 3, 2019
I'm hoping it's the proper canister for the filters I ordered
james p on Apr 25, 2019
Hoping to get that clean, sparkly beer
Christopher Taylor on Apr 12, 2019
Saw it demonstrated on you tube
Richard T A on Mar 14, 2019
I wanted to make a clearer beer without waiting forever.
Leonid U on Feb 2, 2019
I want to use a filter of .045 in front of my bottle filler
Joseph Guglielmucci on Jan 28, 2019
Son wants it
Angelica T on Jan 21, 2019
tired of cardboard tasting beer.....
chad p on Jan 9, 2019
Filter mead
Leo K on Dec 24, 2018
I was recommended
Juan Antonio Alanis C on Aug 22, 2018
Required by third-party product inspection for "stop fermentation" step.
RICHARD P A on Aug 16, 2018
cold filtering
Thomas L on Jun 9, 2018
Trying to clear the beer...too much particulate
Ryker H on Apr 19, 2018
Wanted a way to filter beer between fermenter and serving keg
Eric D on Mar 30, 2018
to filter beer after adding fruit puree for flavoring
Casey D on Mar 16, 2018
Making kolsch wanted to filter it
Michael P on Jan 24, 2018
To filter my home brew
Caroll S on Jan 15, 2018
Previous one seems to function and required a second stage to filter.
Benjamin D L on Jul 25, 2019
I've been looking into this kind of filtering for a while and this looks like a quality setup at a great price. I'm excited to use it.
Brandon N on Jun 22, 2019
Do you need to sanitize or rinse the filter before using it on beer or braggot?
Kenneth Hesser on May 6, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Sanitize the housing and tubes. When using a fresh filter, no need to sanitized. Just unwrap carefully with clan hands and install in housing. Works great!

3.7 / 5.0
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Gets rid of yeast for sure but not sparkling beer
I'm not saying this is a bad product because it does work it gets the yeast out of beer which does make it more pleasing to look at but if you're expecting to get sparkling clear beer like the commercial brewery's I would look somewhere else I've ran thru a five micron and then a one micron and it's still not even close to as clear as what you get from a commercial brewery but it does work That's just my two cents
August 27, 2019
Check all connections before use
Would have been a 5 rating but I did not check the connections before I put it to use and had product everywhere because one of the clamps was not ratcheted down all the way.
January 15, 2019
9 months ago
Leaks under pressure no matter how tight the seal was
April 17, 2018
1 year ago
Great for giving that extra shine to your beer
March 23, 2018
1 year ago
Pretty good product, we have leak problems
We have a difficult time getting a good seal when screwing down the top. This results in leaks that get worse as the filter housing cools down from the cold beer, and then we have to tighten it again - usually it takes two people to get it tight enough. I am glad that I have the filter housing, filtering the beer is really valuable if kegs are going to events. But it is not as easy to use as I had hoped.
February 16, 2018
1 year ago
Try Try Again...
The first try yielded a beer-drenched-kitchen and soaked hobbyist-brewer. The "O" ring that came with the filter was crimped when I opened the housing and I SHOULD HAVE been more cautious. Nonetheless I trudged ahead and the resulting bad-seal caused a shower of wort-laden brew all over the place.

I complained to Customer Service. They were great in responding with a sympathetic tone AND sending me TWO "O" rings! Long story short. I installed the ring, connected the two OUT ball locks and SLOWLY ramped up the pressure to push the sediment/liquid through the filter.

It worked great.
November 11, 2016
People say they had leaking but I filtered 50 gallons of beer (5 - 10 gallon batches) in one day and never had an issue. Used 3 micron filters with all my beer.

Recommend it.
November 2, 2015
Good Filter
I've used this many times and have had very little issues. Still tinkering to use it as a hopback but for what it's meant for, it works great!
May 28, 2015
Good Filter
Used it for 3 batches. So far i feel the filter has improved each beer.
May 27, 2015
Good Product
I usually use it for filtering my ciders. However, with a carbon filter it serves a dual purpose. Chlorine and taste filtration :)
May 26, 2015