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Kegland Kegmenter 58L Stainless Uni Tank Pressurisable Fermenter

£225.00
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These are great if you want to pressure ferment but want something longer lasting than a plastic fermenter.

In the box:

  • 58L Kegmenter
  • 4" Tri Clamp 
  • 4" Ball lock post lid for triclamp
  • Silicon dip tube and float

Note - No airlock is included.

These are great paired with a spunding valve for regulated pressure fermentation (available from BKT separately)

Please note - these are made from brand new commercial kegs and can have slight cosmetic marks on the side from where the kegs have rubbed together.

SAFETY - ALWAYS DOUBLE CHECK YOU HAVE DE-PRESSURISED THE FERMENTER BEFORE REMOVING THE TRI CLAMP. YOUR FACE IS NICE AND WE WANT YOU TO KEEP IT THAT WAY.

 

From the manufacturer:

These 58L stainless steel vessels are designed just like a commercial beer keg but with a large 10cm (4inch) tri-clover opening at the top so you can easily get inside the keg to clean it out.  This new 58L Size is perfect for doing 50L batches so you have a bit of spare head space inside the Kegmenter.

The Kegmenter can hold 2.5bar which makes it possible to carbonate and ferment in the same vessel. You can either carbonate naturally with the use of our adjustable pressure relief valve(spunding valve) or if you are using a CO2 gas cylinder you can force carbonate.

Being able to hold pressure also means you can push the beer out of the fermenter directly through a filter or even dispense directly from fermenter to draft beer tap if you wanted to.

The chimes on the Kegmenters have specifically been designed to be taller than normal chimes so they are high enough to give clearance over the stainless posts on the KL05890 Ball Lock Post Lid.  This means the Kegmenters can be stacked. The interlocking stacking chimes means the kegs can be safely stacked up to 4 high.

The Kegmenter can also be used with the 2inch to 4inch tri-clover concentric reducer.  This means you can reduce the 4inch opening down to 2 inch opening so you can attach one of our Alcoengine Reflux or Alcoengine Pot still to the top.  If you want this part click here KL06156

Pressure Limitations
Maximum Working Pressure: 2.5 BAR 
Test Pressure: 5 BAR 
Wall Thickness (Body/Chimes): 1.8mm/2.1mm

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Kegland Kegmenter 58L Stainless Uni Tank Pressurisable Fermenter

£225.00
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How long does it take to brew beer?

The time it takes to brew beer can vary, but on average, the process takes about 4 to 6 weeks. This includes the various stages such as malting, mashing, boiling, fermenting, conditioning, and bottling. However, some beer styles may require longer aging periods for optimal flavor development.

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