BrewBuilt® X3 Jacketed Uni Conical Fermenter

BrewBuilt® X3 Jacketed Uni Conical Fermenter

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No Need to Upgrade Later, The X3 Comes Fully Loaded:

  • Built-in external cooling jacket with 1.5" TC Ports
  • Neoprene jacket for insulation
  • Pressure Pack lid with floating dip tube, draft style QD connections for sampling/serving, and an extra 1.5" TC for hop bongs.
  • The Clear Flex Chamber Bottom Dump allows you to see fermentation, collect and remove trub, and has added ports for purging, oxygenating, carbing and more... so flexible.
  • Highest quality mirror polish finish inside and out
  • Welded, ground and polished interior welds are the very highest quality and the ultimate for sanitation

New Features:

  • Professional 8” Tri-Clamp lid replaces the need for a complicated band clamp to attach the lid
  • Four crossbar reinforced legs, that flare out, create the most stable base and more access to the front fittings and dump system
  • Horizontal ports on the cone, just like pro tanks, allowing your racking arm, carbstone, and thermometer to have a horizontal placement in your tank. This allows for smaller minimum batch sizes, better carbonation, and more
  • 3" oversized bottom port and Butterfly Valve with 3” tri-clamp Flex Chamber collection vessel

The new X3 from BrewBuilt sets the new standard for quality. We guarantee that you will love the fit and finish of the X3 Uni Jacketed Conical. Made entirely of 304 stainless steel, with flawless welds and a dazzling mirror-polish finish inside and out that is simply the best. The BrewBuilt X3 Uni is easy to sanitize and even easier on the eyes. It is definitely Instagram worthy!  #BrewBuilt

External Cooling Jacket
When it comes to temperature control for a homebrew conical fermenter the holy grail has been an external cooling jacket. Internal cooling coils have long been the answer and while they are simpler to make and relatively inexpensive, they are harder to clean and have issues cold crashing in warm environments. The BrewBuilt X3 Jacketed Conical offers maximum cooling power without any compromise of sanitation. 

8” Tri-Clamp Top Port
New to the X3, the 8” Tri-Clamp lid is rock solid and easy to use. The 8” opening allows plenty of space to still get in and clean the inside of the conical by hand if desired. A unique 8”, three-piece, tri-clamp is used to make sealing the top very easy and very secure.   

Extra Large 3” T.C. Dump Valve
The largest in the industry. Dry hop to your heart's desire. Try as they might, hopheads will have a hard time clogging this conical. With an oversized 3" bottom port, you’ll have all the clearance you need (and even more than some pro brewers) to drop out your dry hop additions with ease. The slick mirror-polish finish on the inside allows flocculating yeast to collect neatly at the bottom of the cone as they slide right down the smooth interior walls. The butterfly dump valve integrates perfectly with the optional Flex Chamber Collection Jar and Yeast Harvester.

Reinforced Four-Leg Foundation
There’s a common complaint about the tippiness of three-legged units. Three legs may be fine when the fermenter is sitting still on an even surface, but users are often forced to purchase a bracing shelf for more stability if they add casters or leg extensions. A conical is only as worthy as its foundation, so BrewBuilt modeled the X3 after professional-level brewery tanks with a four-leg, reinforced base. This seemingly small design feature is more expensive to produce, but it's what makes the X3 conical exceedingly stable when compared to other models.  When you fill up your fermenter with delicious fresh wort, you want to trust the vessel that’s holding your latest creation. Brewers shouted from the mountaintops that they wanted stronger, sturdier legs right out of the box that doesn’t require an additional bracing shelf. The four-leg, welded-bar reinforced system is absolutely rock solid. This is an especially critical feature if you plan to add rolling casters so you can easily glide the fermenter around your brewery.

The reinforced four-leg design not only increased the stability and strength of the conical but also allows the unit to stand taller, thereby eliminating the need for extensions in almost every situation. An elbow, a sight glass, or the Flex Chamber can be mounted under the unit with room to spare.

Adjustable Feet
The X3 Jacketed Conical comes standard with reinforced thread-in adjustable feet. If your home brewery has uneven flooring, you can quickly and easily level out the fermenter. The feet can be swapped out with high-quality casters at any time.

Flex Chamber Collection Jar - Trub Separator & Yeast Harvester
Working in collaboration with KegLand, we developed the pressurizable Flex Chamber Collection Jar. It attaches directly to the butterfly dump valve and can be used for removing trub, harvesting yeast, and many other tasks. Since it's made from crystal clear Triton, you'll be able to visually monitor fermentation activity just as you would with a sight glass. Ball lock adapters can be attached to the threaded ports on either side, allowing you to connect oxygenation or carbonation stones, or flush the Flex Chamber with CO2 and use it to inject hops or other ingredients into your conical. Also, a great option for storing yeast! Simply attach a 3" T.C. end cap or PRV and store your harvested yeast in the fridge for your next fermentation.

Pressure Pack with Clear Float Technology
Adding pressure capability will allow you to ferment, carbonate, and even serve all in one vessel. The Pressure Pack features the unique Clear Float Technology racking tube that can be used for taking samples, transferring to keg, or serving finished beer. This innovative feature draws beer from the top down, which means you’re always pulling the clearest, most sediment-free beer possible. Using pressure to draw a sample from the floating dip tube will also eliminate the tiny bit of oxygen that would be injected into your beer every time the traditional sample valve is opened.

Pressure transferring from fermenter to keg is the best way to protect your beer from oxygen when it’s at its most vulnerable state. Kegging could be considered the final hurdle in the brewing process, where limiting oxygen exposure is critical. This could mean the difference between your beer tasting great for months or tasting great for a week. Don’t take any chances. Use the Pressure Pack to keg from the top down and leave sediment behind.

Other Features You’ll Love:

  • Downward-facing Blowoff U Barb prevents blow off tubing from kinking and is much easier to remove and clean than a fixed stainless blow off
  • Stainless steel lid clamp with single-piece molded silicone gasket
  • In our GEN 3 redesign, we've added two more 1.5" T.C. ports to the cone and body for additional flexibility with current and upcoming product add-ons

X-Series Accessories

  • BrewBuilt Kit for Fermenting Under Pressure (Required to ferment or seal/cap an X3 with an active fermentation)
    The Pressure Relief Valve (PRV) that comes with the conical is not sufficient for fermentation as it can become clogged with Krausen. To ferment or seal/cap an active fermentation requires the use and safety of the Pressure Fermentation Kit. This no-compromises kit includes the same hardware you will find on a commercial unitank, including a dedicated pro level spunding valve, a sealed pressure gauge, and a dedicated commercial PRV. Read more about these key hardware features in the kit copy. Also included is liquid Foam-Axe which helps reduce Krausen. Please read and follow all special instructions that come with the kit as well as your instruction manual.
  • Hop Bong Oxygen-Free Dry Hopping Device
    The Hop Bong is a versatile pressurizable tri-clamp accessory that is perfect for purging oxygen from your dry hops before dropping them into your fermenter. Load up the Hop Bong, flush it with CO2, purge out oxygen with the handy PRV on top, then simply open the Butterfly Valve to inject your beer with a 6 oz payload of dry hops.
  • High Roller Caster Set
    Go mobile with this heavy-duty caster set. Your fermenter moves around the brewery a lot, so why not give it some glide? Roll from sanitizing to kettle transfer to keg transfer to cleaning with minimal effort. Moving a stainless conical around can be taxing. Give your back a break and upgrade your conical with a set of rolling casters.
  • IceMaster Max 2
    Built to pair perfectly with the IceMaster Max 2 glycol chiller. Easily and efficiently control your fermentation temperature and cold crash for conditioning and clarifying. Pair with our BrewBuilt Insulated Tubing Kit that comes complete with premium quick disconnects with shutoff valves that provide a “dry break” when they’re disconnected.

Full list X3 Jacketed Uni Conical Features:

  • External Cooling Jacket with 1.5" Tri-Clamp connections
  • Pressure Pack with Clear Float, a floating dip tube that draws beer from the top down.
  • Flex Chamber Collection Jar, a clear, pressure capable bottom jar that allows you to see fermentation, remove trub, and connect additional accessories
  • Neoprene insulation sleeve
  • Wide base with 4 legs for stability
  • 304 stainless steel construction
  • Mirror polish finish
  • Interior welds are the best in the business - uniquely ground and polished 
  • (1) 2“ TC port for direct immersion heaters
  • (3) Horizontal welded cone ports
  • (1) 8" Lid Cap Opening with 8” TC Clamp
  • (5) 1.5" TC Lid Openings
  • 3" TC bottom dump with 3" TC butterfly valve
  • 1.5" Thermowell for inserting thermal probe
  • (4) Adjustable feet
  • Silicone tube for blow off
  • Stainless 8” Three Piece Tri Clamp & one piece molded gasket
  • Built-in 15 psi PRV (Not sufficient for fermentation - optional Pressure Fermentation Kit required for pressure fermentations)

For volume and dimensional specs, click here.

Installation Note: The Pressure Pack's Clear Float floating dip tube is sized to fit all models of the BrewBuilt Conical. Depending on the size of your fermenter, you may need to shorten the silicone tube for better performance. When installed on your empty fermenter, you ideally want the dip tube to hang freely with just enough length for the end of the dip tube to touch the bottom of the tank.

Community Q&A

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Does the jacket extend down into the cone? The provided min/max batch volumes don't indicate cooling ability for say, half batches.
Nissa Mitchell on Apr 21, 2024
BEST ANSWER: Jacket does not cover the cone.
What are the dimensions of the fermenter? I have a space setup for my current fermenter of similar capacity (14gallon) that this would need to fit in. I also currently use gravity to fill kegs from the fermenter, are the legs long enough?

Dave Speights on Apr 9, 2024
BEST ANSWER: I see a chart has been added above. Thx.
Any issues or concerns with 5g batches on 14g X3, i brew both 10g and 5g batches? Does it impact cooling capability?
Chris Patchett on May 26, 2024
BEST ANSWER: Indeed. You will want to keep the jacketed portion of the interior completely submerged for the most efficient cooling. I would expect decreased cooling with a 5 gallon batch in a 14 gallon fermenter.
Is this suppose to have volume markings inside?
Phillip Saurer on Apr 19, 2024
BEST ANSWER: No, it doesn't.
I have an X2 with several accessories. Which accessories are compatible? (All with the same TC size, hopefully.)
Charles Miller on Apr 9, 2024
BEST ANSWER: Bottom of the cone is 3" which is bigger than X2. and there's a 2" port in the middle of the cone for immersion heater. Pressure pack lid is 4". everythingelse is 1.5 ".

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May 3, 2024