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New Sparge Arm

Monday, April 15th, 2019

We are very proud to announce the release of our new fully adjustable sparge arm! While the D and Straight sparge arms were great products, they were developed (as most sparge arms are) with smaller spray ports that can get plugged with grain bits during re-circulation. Our original intention was to give brewers an easy to use sparge arm that was also easy to clean with a brush when necessary. While the removable end caps accomplished this (and our customers loved them), we really wanted to find a more elegant solution. We are always looking for ways to improve our products! The idea behind our new sparge arm began with its single large port and lip design. This simple yet elegant design produces a beautiful, gentle spray pattern that gently rinses your mash without any chance of plugging during re-circulation. The ½” stainless port will allow any grain or adjunct Read the full article…

The Hangover™ Demonstration

Wednesday, June 20th, 2018

Kenny from Exchilerator walks you through a few of the various configurations that are possible with our new brewing accessory The Hangover™. After nearly a year of R&D and countless renditions, we have finally released our newest brewing accessory we lovingly call The Hangover™. The Hangover™ was created when one of the partners in the company was trying to recirculate his mash without a built in port. He had been trying to use silicon tubing with a spring clamp on the edge of his kettle and was for the sake of this post ‘frustrated’. We started discussing the various options that were out there, including buying new hardware or drilling out new ports in his kettles. While new brew kettles were an option, it didn’t make sense as he did not brew that often and could not really justify a new rig for a few sessions per year hobby. Drilling Read the full article…

The Exchilerator’s First Rodeo

Monday, August 7th, 2017

First prototype Exchilerator ever made. This video shoot was our first experience that demonstrated the stability in which MAXX unit can quickly drop wort temperatures to the extreme! It also proves the consistency in which the temperatures are regulated. This video demonstrates the following: The Exchilerator Maxx (beta) Gravity fed chilling session