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Beer Brewing Wart Aerator

by stigmatacross, published

Beer Brewing Wart Aerator by stigmatacross Aug 3, 2012

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Used for aerating the wart when transferring to a fermenter.

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Yes, support material is needed. I'm actually going to redo this for smaller ID tubing when time allows. I'll see if I can come up with an alternative design which doesn't require support material.

How do you print this?! I'm guessing with much support?

You would also be able to use this for fly sparging. I have seen these sold at homebrew shops for that reason.

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standupclothing on Mar 21, 2014 said:

How do you print this?! I'm guessing with much support?

stigmatacross on Mar 21, 2014 said:

Yes, support material is needed. I'm actually going to redo this for smaller ID tubing when time allows. I'll see if I can come up with an alternative design which doesn't require support material.

Wegz15 on Oct 20, 2013 said:

You would also be able to use this for fly sparging. I have seen these sold at homebrew shops for that reason.

stevecooley on Aug 3, 2012 said:

Also, can you explain what material it would be made out of?

stigmatacross on Aug 3, 2012 said:

Using PVC since that's what I have spools of. Printing with a Replicator.

Masonface on Aug 3, 2012 said:

I've recently gotten into home beer brewing, and being an engineer, I've wanted to bring more control to the involved processes. Aeration seems to be a crucial control point for a good batch, but there aren't many good ways of controlling it without the use of expensive equipment such as oxygen stones, so I'm very excited to see this!

Would you mind adding some more documentation as to how to use this device properly?

Thank you!

stigmatacross on Aug 3, 2012 said:

I'm not to brewing myself, but here's how I plan to use it. After cooling the wart, I'll hook up a 3/4" ID transfer tube from the ball valve on my kettle to the aerator. The aerator will hang in the carboy or fermentation bucket and in theory will aerate the wart so the yeast can do it's job effectively. If you don't have a ball valve on your kettle, you can probably add a small section of tube between your funnel and the aerator.

stigmatacross on Aug 3, 2012 said:

Designed with a 3/4" OD for a 3/4" ID transfer tube.

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