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Old 01-29-2014, 10:23 PM   #1
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We here at JaDeD Brewing want to take a minute to introduce ourselves. We specialize in new and innovative brewing equipment for the homebrewer. Whether you have been brewing for years or you have just started brewing, we have products specifically designed with you in mind. Just check out our website at www.jadedbrewing.com , and if you have any questions about any item, please, don't hesitate to ask.

Also, make sure to check out our "Immersion Wort Chiller Optimization" page for getting the most speed and efficiency out of your Immersion Chiller (IC), as well as how our chillers compare to other popular chillers. We are firm believers in the simplicity and cleanability of our Cleanable Counterflow Flow Chillers (CCFCs) and ICs. No homebrewer should ever have to worry that there are rotting hops or coldbreak making its way into your wort with an enclosed system that is no faster than an Immersion Chiller or Cleanable CFC can be.

All of our chillers have been tested using scientific methods that are repeatable, reliable, and relevant to every homebrewer.

Chilling is simply thermal dynamics. It's science. It's repeatable. It's dependent on what the individual homebrewer cares about. Time it takes to chill? Cost to chill? Water usage? Batch size? Water source? Groundwater temperature? Time it takes to clean up? Sanitization of chiller? Cost of chiller? These ALL affect your chilling decision. There should be no mystery in chilling your wort, but there should be thought put into how you're going to do it.

We stand behind our products with an industry-leading, no-hassle, money back guarantee on all of our products. If for any reason you feel that our products don't perform as stated in our product descriptions, you can contact us and get a full refund, including shipping charges. No other immersion chiller manufacturer will list product chilling times, let alone guarantee their performance!

At JaDeD, we rely heavily on customer satisfaction and word of mouth, we truly believe that our products performance and quality is the best form of advertizing.

We look forward to hearing from you!


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JaDeD Brewing

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I just want to send props out to these guys. Took me a year to buy an IC and they answered my questions over and over again.

I ended up getting a Wasp and built a pre-chiller that I put in an ice bath. Using a pump to whirlpool my wort I can go from a full boil to pitching temp in significantly less than 10 minutes with barely 5 gallons of water.

If you want to make your own, get an efficient IC, or get an easy to clean CFC. Get JaDeD.

These guys and Bobby_M are why I make better beer.

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Thanks for the shout-out decoleur. The Wasp is truly amazing, especially when used with partial boils in conjunction with our extract chilling table. With the last 2 gallon partial boil we did, the Wasp chilled the wort down to pitching temperature in 3 minutes and only used 3 gallons of chill water (we use our extract chilling table and 45 degree top off water). Thanks again for your compliments!

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Hey jaded, had a quick question on the Aluminum HERMs Hlt, has any of the testing shown any issues with corrosive reactions with the different metals? It looks great! Just a curiosity while I ponder buying...


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Hey Sleepyemt,

Great question! Galvanic corrosion is not much of an issue with our aluminum kettle with stainless bulk heads. The stainless is unpassivated, so it is relatively close to aluminum on the Galvanic table provided in John Palmer's book "How to Brew" (http://www.howtobrew.com/appendices/appendixB-2.html). There are other resources that do show aluminum and stainless steel a little further away, but even if you are worried because of this, there is only part of 1 thread on the bulkhead that is contacting the aluminum kettle and the coil can be removed from the HLT by removing the 2 outer bulkhead retainer nuts. Also, the contact point is sealed between the 2 silicone o-rings and should rarely see moisture. The stainless and brass are a bit further apart on Palmer's table, but there are many home brewers that have used a brass/ stainless combination with very little corrosion developing over many years of use.

We hope this helps!

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Thank you, it helps tremendously! I was actually curious about the difference between the aluminum and the brass? I notice that there is a decent difference on the galvanic scale?

It looks great!
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Thank you, it helps tremendously! I was actually curious about the difference between the aluminum and the brass? I notice that there is a decent difference on the galvanic scale?

It looks great!
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There are only 2 brass fittings. They are soldered to the copper and threaded onto the stainless bulk heads with teflon tape and should never come into contact with the aluminum kettle. Thanks for the compliment!
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Do you guys sell copper herms coils?


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Yes we do. We have our Talos inspired HERMS coil that is 50' of 3/8" (currently on the website). We can also do a 25' version of our HERMS coil or standard type coils of either 3/8" or 1/2" (not on the our website). Just send us an email (jadedbrewing@gmail.com) with your requirements and we will get you a price.
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I was unhappy with my original immersion chiller because it took 25 to 30 minutes to cool the wort from boiling to 68 or 70°. I thought about buying a plate chiller or a counter flow chiller, but didn't like the idea of the wort itself flowing through the chiller for sanitation reasons. I saw an ad for the JaDeD IC's and thought I would give one a try. I originally ordered the king cobra, but found out it was too wide for my brew kettle (so much for the brew kettle specs). I emailed JaDeD and let them know my mistake. They were more than happy to exchange the king cobra for the hydra. They even sent out the replacement as soon as they received the tracking number for my return. Today I finally got to use the hydra for the first time. It was incredible. It took 6 gallons of wort from boiling to 68° in six minutes, a vast improvement over my original IC. I also followed their advice to whirlpool while cooling the wort. It definitely helped. I would definitely recommend the Hydra to anyone like me who prefers an IC over another type of chiller. Thanks JaDeD. Great job.


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