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Hot Liquor Tank With Termometer - 10 gal. Cooler
AG345

Hot Liquor Tank With Termometer - 10 gal. Cooler

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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.
 
Item # AG345
Shipping Eligible for Free Shipping Program
Availability California - In Stock
Pennsylvania - Out Of Stock
Weight 11 LBS
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Just what I needed
Great for my all grain set up.
May 17, 2019
Purchased
11 months ago
It looks fancy
Looks great but the termomether needs to be calibrated really often
May 5, 2015