MoreBeer.com WC20 : Wort Chiller

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25' of 3/8'' copper tubing. 8' of vinyl tubing attached to both the in and the out with a female garden hose fitting on the in side. Use our CE20 hose thread adaptor to attach to your sink. Perfect for a kitchen environment where the sink is close by. The measurements are: Approx. 10" diameter, 8" to the top coil, 15" to the bend to go over the lip of the kettle.

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    4 of 5 | January 4, 2009 at 10:47 AM

    Price: $50.00

    Recommended? Yes

    Have used this for two different batches of beer and have been very happy. Takes about 15 minutes to cool 4 gallons to 80 degrees. Easy to use and easy to clean. Also is very helpful at oxygenating my wort by dunking up and down while cooling.
    3 of 5 | October 30, 2008 at 03:22 PM

    Price: $40.00

    Recommended? Yes

    It cools wort. I wish it had more coils though.
    4 of 5 | September 22, 2008 at 03:45 PM

    Price: $98.00

    Recommended? Yes

    I have yet to use it but it looks so damn cool. It makes my Sankey Boil Kettle so happy
    2 of 5 | June 11, 2007 at 06:14 PM

    Price: $0.00

    Pros: cheaper than making one

    Cons: didn't cool too fast

    Recommended? No

    I received this as a birthday present and recently tried it on two extract partial boil (3 gal) brews. Was not dropping the wort temp as quick as in the sink with ice water. I only had about 3 coils in the wort which probably would make a huge difference if I was boiling more more wort. For what i need i think i will stick to the ice bath.
    3 of 5 | October 21, 2006 at 10:27 PM

    Price: $40.00

    Pros: Price, great for the beginner, who doesn't want to spend a ton.

    Cons: Only 25' of tubing, if you are doing big batches, this isn't enough.

    Recommended? Yes

    After looking at the local hardware store, and the cost of copper, I descided to buy a chiller. This was the cheapest one I could find, I compared it to the ones my LHBS had, and this was by far the most resonable price I could find.

    I was plesently suprised at when I got it. I expected the fittings to not be very good, and that I would be getting a very cheaply made product. That was not the case, the fitting that attaches to the hose, is a very solid brass peice, with a nice o-ring for sealing.

    For someone who is just getting into brewing, this is a great way to start. Having a wort chiller should be a must for everyone, and those on a limited budget, can not go wrong with this peice.