Diy Glycol Wort Chiller. This will usually do the trick. Many pro brewers use two stage wort chillers.
Looking at all of the different commercial options and realizing that i. I then attach a sanitized 3/8” tube to the wort discharge of the cooler (bottom copper) and turn on the cooling water. Diy glycol chiller items required.
When operating, place the first coil into a cold bath of ice water and the second into your wort.
Like an anxious driver flooring the gas pedal, this can lead to overheating during the process. I hope you enjoyed this week’s article on wort chilling. The diy glycol option seems like the logical move from an actual glycol chiller. I decided to build out a second chiller to have as a backup in case my first one fails, but also to use to chill wort after boiling.