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Hot Liquor Tank With Termometer - 10 gal. Cooler
AG345
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Description

An affordable Hot Liquor Tank with minimal heat loss! A great way to get into all grain brewing! 
 
With this converted Rubbermaid Cooler/Sparge Tank, you get a sturdy, high quality HLT that has minimal heat loss during your sparge! We use the highest quality components: Rubbermaid coolers which cost more than Igloo or imported versions from China, and all stainless steel hardware. This Holt Liquior Tank features an extra port with a high-quality thermometer installed so you can precicely monitor the temperature of your sparge water--get maximum yield without the risk of tannin extraction! The included Fermentap Sparge Arm can be adjusted to fit on a similar 10 gallon mash tun or most any stainless steel kettle/mash tun. 
 
Includes:
  • Best quality Rubbermaid insulated beverage cooler made of FDA approved food grade plastic.
  • Durable & accurate bi-metal Fermentap thermometer with 3" face.
  • Stainless steel 1/2" ball valve installed in cooler.
  • Adjustable Fermentap sparge arm.
  • Stainless steel tubing connector with 3/8" barb.
  • Arrives complete - no assembly required!
  • Shipped free to your door.

Dimensions:

  • Internal dimensions are 18.375" H x 12.875" D.
  • External dimensions are 20.875" H x 15.875" D with lid on. 
  • 10 Gallon Capacity.
California Recipients: See Proposition 65 Information
 
Item # AG345
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Availability California - In Stock
Pennsylvania - Out Of Stock
Weight 11LBS
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It looks fancy
Looks great but the termomether needs to be calibrated really often
May 5, 2015