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Braumeister Tools for Brewing

Brewing Refractometer With Brix Scale
MT700


Braumeister Tip: A refractometer allows you take instant gravities readings, with just one drop, at any point during the boil, or even during the run off of the sparge during an all-grain brew. These 'during the process' readings allow you to add more water or boil longer so you can attain exactly the gravity you desire.

Featuring both a Brix scale AND a Specific Gravity Scale
Our refractometer is unique in that it features both a Brix Scale and a Specific Gravity Scale, the scale most homebrewers use.

We recommend using our How to Use a Refractometer in Brewing to get the most accurate reading.
Refractometer

Dried Malt Extract (DME) - Light
DME10B

Braumeister Tip: Ideal for adjusting your gravity of wort at the tail end of the boil.  Remember it takes a lot of brewing and practice to hit your target gravity everytime you brew.

Example dosage rates:
1 lb / Gallon adds 1.050 Specific Gravity (SG)
(or)
1lb / 5 Gallons adds 1.010 Specific gravity

Click here to learn more about the make up of Dried Malt Extract
Dry Malt Extract

Bag - 9 in. x 12 in. Fine Mesh (Hop Bag)
BAG12

Braumeister Tip:  Tie the hop bag to the side of your braumeister on the handle.  Using these hop bags will prevent hop break from building up in your pump and will also help with a cleaner transfer to your fermenter.

Great for additions of pellet hops during the boil! The ultra-fine mesh fabric keeps a majority of hop material from entering your fermenter.  Perfect size for 1-4 ounces of pellets and 1-2 ounces of whole hops. 


Hop Bag

Wort Chiller - SuperChiller for Heavy Duty Kettles (50' x 1/2" with Brass Fittings)
WC45

Braumeister Tip: Ideal for cooling your wort in the Braumeister.  If you're brewing inside we recommend using our sink faucet adaptor which allows you to tap in to your water straight from your kitchen sink faucet.  

Wort Chiller