Re: Use a wort chiller to save time
Oct 9th 2003, 04:42 am
I just purchased a convoluted counter flow wort chiller. It's awesome, cools the boiling wort to 68 degrees at full flow. Adjust the flow it brings the temperature down, not much, because thats my normal tap temp. I am considering running the water through an immersion chiller in an ice bucket during the summer, I'm sure the tap temp will be higher then. Specs: The inner tube is made from 5/8" convoluted (twisted) copper which continually turbulates the wort as it flows through. The outer tube is made from 7/8" copper.
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