Sparge Arm

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Thinking about sparging?  If efficiency is what you care about most, you might consider adding in a sparge step.  Our sparge arm is the perfect way to evenly distribute your sparge water over the grains, and easily clamps in place using the Tri-Clamp fittings.  Comes with an end cap and extra Tri-Clamp for easy clean up.

This sparge arm is to be used with the Unibräu systems only.  

For the sparge arm kit, designed to be used with the Unibräu Pro and mash tun click here.

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    Eric O.
    United States

    Sparge arm

    Sparge arm works great and allows me to not create any channels in the grain bed. The brewery controller I purchased to replace my old one worked for about 4 hours and the GCFI plug quit working and could not be reset. I sent a couple emails to get assistance from brau supply and heard nothing back. I had to purchase a. We GCFI plug on Amazon for an item that is supposed to have a 1 year warranty; not too happy about that . Customer service?

    James R.
    United States United States

    Use this to raise efficiency.

    I used this the first time yesterday. My setup is I have a sparge heater, a gravity pump, a butterfly valve and this item. This works very well because I am a sparge kind of guy...This allowed me to get 88% efficiency.

    United States United States

    Good, not great

    Holes need to be slightly larger to avoid clogging, otherwise a perfect add on.

    Brian M.
    United States United States

    Nice piece of equipment, but can get clogged

    So far I have only used it once, for a NEIPA with the Unibrau Pro all-in-one system, so I do not want to say this always happens. When I was recirculating, grains would get stuck and clog the holes and I had to stop using it for the sparge. When I used it for cleaning and to test it with just water, it worked great. Hoping this was just a one-off issue.