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Wort Chiller - Copper Counterflow Chiller (with 3/8 in. Barbs)
WC130

Wort Chiller - Copper Counterflow Chiller (with 3/8 in. Barbs)

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Description

You may have a hard time finding a more affordable counter flow wort chiller. For the homebrewer on a budget, these heat exchangers are one the fastest ways to chill wort. Similar in efficiency to the Chillout plate chiller, but much easier to clean. Plate chillers have the disadvantage of getting gunked up in their small crevasses due to trapped hop material. This unit, on the other hand, can be easily and effectively flushed after use.

Copper is a great conductor of heat, making it more efficient than a stainless chiller of similar design. These units are 9" in diameter and about 7" high. The input and output are approximately 3/8" outer diameter (9.5 mm). They can be used with gravity, but we recommend using a pump.

Check out the video below to learn how to set up the chiller with Duotight fittings (DUO115 & DUO116) that will allow you to attach Camlock, QD, or garden hose fittings to the inputs and outputs, and enable you to control the flow rate at the water inlet.

​Fittings not included.

 

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Item # WC130
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Availability Out Of Stock
Weight 5LBS
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Why did you choose this?
MoreFlavor Store
Looks simple, good price and ideal for small batches
Juan L on Jun 21, 2019
Like the efficiency of this chiller
MARK R on Mar 15, 2019
Looks simple, good price and ideal for small batches
Juan L on Jun 21, 2019
For greatly increased speed and efficiency in chilling wort after the boil.
Darrell B on Jun 20, 2019
Like the efficiency of this chiller
MARK R on Mar 15, 2019
Deal of the day
Michael Thomas on Feb 15, 2019
Best deal I've ever seen
Andy M on Feb 13, 2019
Current chiller isn’t doing a good enough job
Jason A on Feb 13, 2019
price
Walter M on Feb 12, 2019
For greatly increased speed and efficiency in chilling wort after the boil.
Darrell B on Jun 20, 2019
Deal of the day
Michael Thomas on Feb 15, 2019
Are the duotight fittings for this chiller available through More beer or do they need to be purchased through Kegland?
Peter Danish on Feb 28, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hi Peter - Yes, we now offer Duotight fittings. The fittings shown in the video above are DUO115 & DUO116. Cheers!
Reviews

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Great chiller.
The chiller is great. Even in the 98 degree Alabama heat I was at pitching temperature in less than 20 minutes. MoreBeer is without a doubt the best mail order business I’ve EVER dealt with. Shipping is wicked fast. They are super responsive to emails. Thank you for your commitment to customer service
June 2, 2019
Purchased
1 month ago
Chilling wort just got simple
I used a 9.5 mm duotight ball valve for the cold water input (with a standard hose fitting) and high temp vinyl tubing with hose clamps for the hot wort input. The rest is 3/8" tubing.

This chiller cools my wort from 200+ down to 68 degrees (my ground water temp is ~55) in the time it takes to flow from input to output. Wort contamination at temps under 180 are now a non-issue. Super easy to clean and compact enough for easy storage.

I still use an immersion chiller on the rare occasion when I want to steep or whirlpool hops at or below 150, but this is my "go to" chiller from kettle to carboy - and I love it.
May 6, 2019
Purchased
2 months ago
Response from MoreFlavor
Thank you so much for your feedback. We really appreciate the honesty and value great feedback like this as it helps us improve our products. Cheers!
May 7, 2019
Tyler W Staff
Perfect temp from the boil to the carboy
Used for latest brew. With only a few turns of the water regulator I installed on the one end, the wort temp was a perfect 68 degrees according to the inline thermometer and ready for fermentation.
March 26, 2019
Purchased
3 months ago