The Brew Belt ensures that a favourable temperature is maintained during fermentation. The Brew Belt fits around 25 litre (5 gallon) Fermenting Bins and may also be used with two 1-gallon Demi Johns.
The Brew Belt provides gentle warmth in a convenient and economical way.
The air temperature in various aituations in which you may place your fermenting vessel can range from 5c to 24c. It is necessary to move the position of the heating belt in the following ways to enable you to maintain the temperature you require.
Moving the Brew Belt up the vessel will lower the temperature and lowering the Brew belt will increase the temperature. The list below shows the heigh that the Brew Belt should be at four different temperatures.
5c – 16c – 1.5 Inches
16c – 20c – 4 Inches
21c – 24c – Half way up the vessel
Greater than 24c – Switch off the Brew Belt until the air temperature drops below 21c
The Heater Pad has a 30cm diameter. Ideal for keeping brews warm in cooler temperatures, just stand your vessel on the pad
The Heat Tray Pad from Better Brew is a total re-think of what a home brew heat pad should look like. This is a flexible, round ”mat” which will fit under any bucket or vessel, it is totally wet-proof and has thermal cut-out protection just as our belt. This product has been thoroughly tested for safety to comply with all UK regulations and is supplied with a UK plug.
Suitable for use with 23 Litre & 33 Litre Fermenting vessels and 5 gallon kegs and smaller with a flat base
The Heat Pad has a 30cm diameter.
This heater pad is permanently on and gives off a constant warm heat so it is important that regular checks should always be made to ensure that the correct temperature is being maintained.
About the Heating Pad:
Easy to use
Suitable for all Beer, Lager, Cider and Wine making