10 Gallon Converted Igloo Cooler Mash Tun With False Bottom
Converted 10 Gallon Igloo Cooler Mash Tun with Stainless Steel false bottom , Stainless Tube, and Stainless Ball Valve.
Also included is 3 ft of high temp tubing as well as a 3/8" hose barb.
The converted igloo makes all grain brewing a breeze. Color may vary due to availability.
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Bought this in my switch from extract to all grain. It works great, I batch sparge in it and it hold temperature during hour long rest. Have brewed twice with it and look forward to many more.
I have used the 10 gal cooler mash tun twice now and it works well. Holds temp nicely does not leak plenty of room for large batches. Great customer service had some questions on my first batch called and they helped me out.
Quality as stated.
I have had a 6 gallon mash tun for years untill it cracked and needed a new one. Time for an upgrade. Cause my old mash tun was so small I couldn't make an imperial oatmeal stout. There wasn't much of a learning curve here. My old mash tun, when I added the splash water I would get a 16∞ drop. With my new mash tun, it only dropped 15∞ so not much of a difference. Now that I have a couple of brews made, it's time to find that imperial oatmeal stout recipe. I find it easy to take apart and clean. I like the fact that all the fittings including the false bottom are made of stainless steel. Couldn't be more happy with this purchase, worth every cent.
Fittings were not properly tightened when it arrived. The valve hole is a bit large and slightly rough, but the included O-ring was more than adequate to create a tight seal. The tun held temp very well. As this was my first All-Grain brew, I was more focused on the tasks at hand, vice cleaning as I went. The mash and remaining fly-sparge water were still hot when I got the brew boiled, cooled, whirl-pooled, aerated, yeast pitched, and stored.