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I would strongly discourage aluminium. For frying pans it's acceptable, because it does not react with fats. For mash tun I wouldn't accept it. It reacts with acids easily. Especially in hot environment and over long time. It is only safe cold, for non-acidic foods. That's why all aluminium soda cans are lined inside. Anodized aluminium is better, because ...


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For wort you can use any centrifugal pump. Following are some important points while selecting a pump: 1. Internal for pump should be of stainless steel. 2. Inlet and outlet should be of stainless steel. 3. Use SMS union type end fitting. 4. Use EPDM/ PTFE gasket material. 5. As wort is hot liquid, it can create cavitation. So while searchingfor a pump, ask ...


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I also want to share some points: Both Stainless steel and copper have good conductivity, copper has a higher heat conduction. On other hand stainless steel has long life and stainless steel also has good corrosion resistance. During CIP (Acid and base solution cleaning) of kettle stainless steel shows good response. These days the majority of food grade ...


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I also wants to share my experience with this device (Lauter grant). Actually I am chemical engineer and working in brewery designing company. Advantages of Lauter grant: It acts as buffer tank between lauter tun and wort kettle. It gives positive suction to transfer pump (full flow) Main advantage of later grant is: it avoid choking bed. as it avoid ...



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