The O2 To Go (Yeast Viability Kit 3.0)

Item Number: 99-4950

Sale price$89.99


The O2 To Go (Yeast Viability Kit 3.0)

Improving the quality of your homebrew is simple and the brewing process has many levels of TLC. Oxygenating your wort is just one of these steps that will create a better beer. Simply put, yeast needs oxygen to perform at optimal levels. There are many ways to do this, you can rock that carboy or bucket of wort, but there's only so much oxygen you can get into wort using this method.

The O2 To Go (Yeast Viability Kit 3.0) is much quicker and easier than agitation! This kit comes with a heavy duty oxygen regulator with a 0-30 PSI gauge.

By giving your yeast the oxygen they need to start fermentation fast and finish strong, this will add that next level to the quality of your beer. Easily infuse wort with pure oxygen in less than a minute, by maximizing the level of dissolved oxygen to dramatically decrease lag time and vastly improved yeast attenuation.

Oxygenation is as important as yeast pitching rate for high-gravity beers and lagers. Providing the yeast with pure oxygen is the best way to ensure they produce a premium beer.

This kit comes assembled and includes:
1-Mini Oxygen Regulator w/Gauge
1-16" Aeration Wand with 2.0 Micron Tip
5-Feet of Antimicrobial Tubing
1-Spyder Clamp

All you will need is a disposable oxygen tank, we offer these as well, AVAILABLE HERE!

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Peter dellaFemina
Works very well

Works very well once you get instructions or learn by trial and error. I had no prior experience with a) compressed gas tanks or b) regulators when I took delivery on this kit. I may have missed it somehow, but I did not have the basic instruction for hooking up this apparatus. I posted dumb questions about attaching an O2 tank to the regulator and which direction the dial should be turned for "off". I ultimately figured it out: 1) the regulator and tank threads are left-handed and 2) the dial needs to be turn all the way left for "off'. This might seem like a simple thing to most folks who have worked with gas BBQ grills. Not for me since I've never owned or used one. So I just wish there had been a decent instruction or manual available for this device. Once it is correctly connected it work like a charm!

James Crowley
No fuss oxygenation

This worked great right out of the box. If you're looking for oxygenation with no assembly required, this is a great option. Looking forward to avoiding stuck fermentations.

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