Ss BrewTech Brite Tank with FTSs Chilling Package - 10 gal.

Ss BrewTech Brite Tank with FTSs Chilling Package - 10 gal.

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Ss 10 gal Brite Tank with chilling coil, neoprene jacket, and FTSs chilling package.

The newest thing from SS Brewtech, this 10 gallon brite tank is the first home brewing brite tank. Cut down your carbonation time to about 24 hours instead of 5-7 days. Store your 10 gallon batch in one container allowing the beer to age better and easier cleaning when you are done. Unlike kegs the brite tank has a larger bottom surface area for the yeast to settle onto. A great addition to homebreweries and nano breweries alike.

This high quality tank features pressure and temperature monitoring, an integrated Carb Stone, and a sight glass to visually assess how much beer is left!  Large 6" TC top port, and a 1.5" Butterfly valve insure easy use and cleanup.   Pair with a glycol chiller for a completely standalone cooled serving system!


  • Professional dished bottom design
  • Large center drain allows less sediment through than standard dip tube
  • Carbonation stone
  • LCD thermometer and thermowell
  • 6" Tri Clamp lid
  • Custom Ss butterfly valve
  • Sight glass and exterior etched volume markers
  • Pressure gauge and relief valve
  • Rated up to 15 psi
  • 25" Height x 15" Width x 18" Depth (Including valve)
  • 304 Stainless Steel
Item # FE860A
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Availability California - In Stock
Pennsylvania - In Stock
Weight 65LBS
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Had to spend quite a bit on outfitting this tank to use it as a bright tank. Also, one of the six nuts has a flat side that presses the gasket against the inside of the tank while the other 5 are rounded and don’t efficiently press the gasket without making it bulge out around the sides of the nut or rip it. I ended up having to go through granger and buy stainless steel washers to go between the gasket and the nut. For one of the two holes on top I put a nipple to a T so that I could have the pressure gauge and the prv on it. For the other I put a bushing that turned that 90 to a 1/2” MPT and put a ball valve on it so that I can pressurize the tank from the top. It works great now. I just wasn’t expecting to have to outfit the whole thing.
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Added Apr 20, 2018
April 20, 2018
11 months ago