Home Brewing Fermentation Cooler – Beer Brewing Temperature Control, Keg Cooler, Fermentation Brewing Bag. The Original – Cool Brewing Fermentation Cooler.

December 17, 2018 - Comment

Finally an inexpensive and easy solution to keeping your homebrewed beer fermentation temperatures in control. Fermenting your homebrew at the right temperature is one of the critical factors in making good beer. Let the temperature get too warm, and your beer will suffer. The typical desired ale fermentation ranges are 59-72 degrees F. Add in

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Finally an inexpensive and easy solution to keeping your homebrewed beer fermentation temperatures in control. Fermenting your homebrew at the right temperature is one of the critical factors in making good beer. Let the temperature get too warm, and your beer will suffer. The typical desired ale fermentation ranges are 59-72 degrees F. Add in the fact that active fermentation for a 5 gallon batch can raise temperatures 10-15 degrees F. Forget about dealing with that messy homemade swamp cooler anymore trying to keep your beer cold. Cool brewing fermentation cooler is designed specifically to accommodate standard 6.5 and 5 gallon fermenters and carboys. Neatly and easily keep your fermentation temperatures in check. Just add ice packs, ice, (frozen 2-liters work great) or anything cold and switch out as needed to reach the desired temperature. Save time and effort in that the cool brewing fermentation cooler is sealed, insulated and 100% waterproof so it will efficiently and neatly keep your temperatures in check. When you’re done, the cool brewing fermentation cooler easily folds up for storage until the next brew day.

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Anonymous says:

Allows an AZ brewer to make beer in the blazing summer heat! I’m a hobbyist brewer and I live in Arizona. AZ summers are often too hot to allow me to brew, as I can’t keep my home cooled to 68 degrees without setting off alarms at the Palo Verde nuclear plant. 77 degrees is about the best I can do and still look at myself in the mirror without feeling guilty. What to do?I saw the CoolBrew advertised and wondered if it would help. I asked my local brewing store if they had any experience with it and they sort of giggled and recommended I buy a…

Anonymous says:

A great way to keep a fermenter cool without an expensive refrigerator. I primarily use two fermenters from SS Brewing Technologies, their Brewmaster Bucket models. With the “canister” style airlock, I can easily fit one of those fermenters in this cooling jacket.When I used the jacket with a single frozen gallon jug of water, swapped out each day with a fresh one, this jacket allowed me to keep the temperature inside the fermenter approximately 10 degrees below the room’s ambient temperature. With two frozen gallon jugs (about as many as you…

Anonymous says:

I have been brewing for 4-5 years and have pretty much suspended my operations during the hot summer months … I have been brewing for 4-5 years and have pretty much suspended my operations during the hot summer months here in san diego. Got this thing and decided to give summer brewing another try. It comfortably fits my 5 gallon carboy, and would accomodate up to 6gallon buckets. I threw 1 2L and 1 1L water bottles into the bag with my carboy and was very happy with the results. I would rotate the frozen bottles every day. It maintained a fairly consistent mid 60s temperature despite ambient…

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