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System Recommendation

10 Gallon Solo

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10 Gallon Solo+

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15 Gallon Solo

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15 Gallon Solo+

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20 Gallon Solo

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20 Gallon Solo+

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10 Gallon Trio

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10 Gallon Trio+

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15 Gallon Trio

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15 Gallon Trio+

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20 Gallon Trio

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20 Gallon Trio+

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30 Gallon Trio

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30 Gallon Trio+

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50 Gallon Trio

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50 Gallon Trio+

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System Recommendation

Nano Single Batch

Conical Unitank
Conical Unitank - CF30
$1,575.00
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System Recommendation

Nano Double Batch

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Fermenter Recommendation

Flex

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Flex+

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Fermenter Recommendation

Conical - 5 Gallon

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Fermenter Recommendation

Conical - 10 Gallon

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Fermenter Recommendation

Conical - 15 Gallon

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Fermenter Recommendation

Conical - 30 Gallon

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Fermenter Upgrade

TC-100 Bundle ( CF5 )

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Fermenter Upgrade

TC-100 Bundle ( CF10 )

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Fermenter Upgrade

TC-100 Bundle ( CF15 )

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Fermenter Upgrade

TC-100 Bundle ( CF30 )

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Fermenter Upgrade

FLEX TC-100 Bundle

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Brew Quiz

Tell us a little bit about your brew style

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How much beer do you want to brew?

Let’s start off with something fun! We’re going to figure out how much beer you want to have at the end of your Brew Day!

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Choose your electricity

First things first, let’s figure out how we’re going to heat our system. There are two electrical options—120v and 240v. 120v is the standard outlet you have in your house. 240v is equivalent to the outlet on your washer and dryer.

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Choose port type

Next we’re going to choose our port type. There are two options here at Spike: National Pipe Thread (NPT) and Tri-Clamp (TC). The good news for you is that both of them are great! There are some differences though. NPT means they are threaded fittings. Pretty common and simple. TC means the attachments are connected by a clamp and gasket. This style is super easy to use, clean, and it’s what the pros use.

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Do you have a fermenter?

After brewing your beer you need to ferment it. It’s the most important part of the process, and it’s crucial to have a dedicated vessel for this step. Do you have a fermenter?

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Dump Yeast?

Ok, so you don’t have a fermenter. No worries! We can hook you up with an amazing Spike option. We just need to know a few things. The first being, do you plan to dump yeast? This means clearing your fermenter of any dead yeast that might be caught up in it. Dumping yeast also reduces the chance of any off flavors coming in and affecting your beer.

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Do you plan to pressurize the fermenter?

Gotcha! Now that we figured out the whole dead yeast thing, let’s talk about pressure. Are you planning to pressurize your fermenter in any way? Keeping oxygen out of your fermenter is a key to great beer.

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Brewing Set Up Question

Ok, this is an important question. We want to know how your brewing setup looks in your dreams! The first option is a single-vessel system. This option is compact and turnkey. If you want to get your Spike gear and start brewing that day, this is the one for you.

The other option is our three-vessel system. This option takes up a bit more space, but with that extra space comes extra abilities. You have more options and more flexibility with your Brew Day. With the three-vessel system, you can brew like the pros do.

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Choose port type

Next we’re going to choose our port type. There are two options here at Spike: National Pipe Thread (NPT) and Tri-Clamp (TC). The good news for you is that both of them are great! There are some differences though. NPT means they are threaded fittings. Pretty common and simple. TC means the attachments are connected by a clamp and gasket. This style is super easy to use, clean, and it’s what the pros use.

Cold Section

Do you have a fermenter?

After brewing your beer you need to ferment it. It’s the most important part of the process, and it’s crucial to have a dedicated vessel for this step. Do you have a fermenter?

Cold Section

Dump Yeast?

Ok, so you don’t have a fermenter. No worries! We can hook you up with an amazing Spike option. We just need to know a few things. The first being, do you plan to dump yeast? This means clearing your fermenter of any dead yeast that might be caught up in it. Dumping yeast also reduces the chance of any off flavors coming in and affecting your beer.

Cold Section

Do you plan to pressurize the fermenter?

Gotcha! Now that we figured out the whole dead yeast thing, let’s talk about pressure. Are you planning to pressurize your fermenter in any way? Keeping oxygen out of your fermenter is a key to great beer.

Hot Section

Brewing Set Up Question

Ok, this is an important question. We want to know how your brewing setup looks in your dreams! The first option is a single-vessel system. This option is compact and turnkey. If you want to get your Spike gear and start brewing that day, this is the one for you.

The other option is our three-vessel system. This option takes up a bit more space, but with that extra space comes extra abilities. You have more options and more flexibility with your Brew Day. With the three-vessel system, you can brew like the pros do.

Hot Section

Choose port type

Next we’re going to choose our port type. There are two options here at Spike: National Pipe Thread (NPT) and Tri-Clamp (TC). The good news for you is that both of them are great! There are some differences though. NPT means they are threaded fittings. Pretty common and simple. TC means the attachments are connected by a clamp and gasket. This style is super easy to use, clean, and it’s what the pros use.

Cold Section

Do you have a fermenter?

After brewing your beer you need to ferment it. It’s the most important part of the process, and it’s crucial to have a dedicated vessel for this step. Do you have a fermenter?

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Port Type

Ok, here. . . we. . . go! There are two options here at Spike: National Pipe Thread (NPT) and Tri-Clamp (TC). The good news for you is that both of them are great! There are some differences though. NPT means they are threaded fittings. Pretty common and simple. TC means the attachments are connected by a clamp and gasket. This style is super easy to use, clean, and it’s what the pros use.

Cold Section

Do you have a fermenter?

After brewing your beer you need to ferment it. It’s the most important part of the process, and it’s crucial to have a dedicated vessel for this step. Do you have a fermenter?

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Brewing Level: Homebrewing or Professional Brewing

Someone’s thirsty! That’s a good amount of beer you want. Are you brewing for fun and enjoyment or are you looking to get into the professional space—still with a couple brew buddies and BBQ, but with a bit more on the line, and hopefully some profit in the pocket!

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Port Type

There are two options here at Spike: National Pipe Thread (NPT) and Tri-Clamp (TC). The good news for you is that both of them are great! There are some differences though. NPT means they are threaded fittings. Pretty common and simple. TC means the attachments are connected by a clamp and gasket. This style is super easy to use, clean, and it’s what the pros use.

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Brewing Capabilities

Awesome! You are looking for one of our professional setups. How are you going to be using this cutting edge, top of the line, knows no equal system? Are you going to be brewing double batches—having the second batch mashing in the mash tun while your first batch boils or are you looking to brew one batch at a time?

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Do you have a fermenter?

After brewing your beer you need to ferment it. It’s the most important part of the process, and it’s crucial to have a dedicated vessel for this step. Do you have a fermenter?

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