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Ss Brewtech Unitank - 14 gal
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Ferment and carbonate in one vessel! We here at MoreBeer! especially love the 100% TC connections making everything easy to clean.

This is part of Ss Brewtech's new Nano Series to bridge the gap between home and professional brewing. This unitank is perfect for home brewers who are looking to step up their brewing operation or micro breweries that need a vessel to brew their prototype batches in.

Note: This tank does not come with an FTSs package. These are not sold individually and must be purchased alongside the tank as FE887A or FE887B.


  • All connections are fully welded Tri Clamp fittings
  • 15 psi operating pressure; 30 psi max pressure
  • 1.5 in Tri Clamp pressure gauge
  • 3 in Tri Clamp versitile port for dry hopping, CIP, and the pressure relief valve
  • 1.5 in Tri Clamp sampling valve
  • 1.5 in Tri Clamp thermowell for LCD thermometer
  • 1.5 in Tri Clamp carb stone with 3/8 in ball valve
  • 1.5 in blow off cane with 1.5 in Tri Clamp to 1/2 in NPT ball valve
  • 6 in Tri Clamp lid with fully welded chiller coil
  • Neoprene insulation jacket
  • Custom Ss butterfly valves with racking arm
  • Stainless lower shelf
  • Adjustable feet
  • 10 gallon operating volume; 14 gallon max volume
  • 42.5 in Tall x 17 in wide
  • Made from 304 stainless steel
Item # FE887
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Availability California - In Stock
Pennsylvania - In Stock
Weight 64LBS
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All in one to ferment and carbonate finished beer. Also gives me the ability to ferment under pressure which will be useful for Lagers.
michael S on Jan 29, 2018
All in one to ferment and carbonate finished beer. Also gives me the ability to ferment under pressure which will be useful for Lagers.
michael S on Jan 29, 2018
To make more more beer
Valued C on Jan 15, 2018
To make more more beer
Valued C on Jan 15, 2018

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Serious upgrade that works so well
I had always thought dropping hundreds of dollars on brewing equipment was never going to happen for me....then this bad boy came along. After saving my pennies for a few months I bought this an haven't looked back! I have also come to realize that the fermentation is the most important part of making good beer. So when I was between upgrading my brewstand or fermentation it was an obvious choice.

What is great about it: first off..it looks amazing. Next, the tri-clamp fittings make cleaning a breeze and hold an excellent seal. The cooling coil works so well, I hold about a 1.5 degree variance during even the most active fermentation in GA. I built my own cooling and heating set up to save some $$, but with this tank it works great...diacetyl rest is easy, cold crashing is easy..everything is easy in terms of temperature control. Sampling is a breeze with the valve, yeast dumping is a breeze. Yeast stuck during dump? no problem, throw a couple PSI on and push it right out. The ability to pressure transfer to the kegs is one of my favorite features (though you have to buy a few more parts). Overall, I feel my fermentation process is much more streamlined and clean. The only thing I haven't done is carbonate in the vessel. I do use the carbonation stone for pure oxygen aeration and it works very well.

What I did/do not like about the vessel: I think for a thousand dollars this thing should come cleaned and basically ready for a wash with some PBW and starsan. I had to spend about 4 hours hand cleaning the oils and nasties off from production with TSP cleaner. Was not super happy about that.
It should already come with casters on the bottom. I don't know why they expect people to pay for those. I got mine on amazon for half the price. Fully filled, this vessel is very heavy...strongly recommend casters.

Overall very happy with the unitank and would get another if I had the money and was actually brewing enough to justify it. The beers I have made with this have all turned out excellent.
March 19, 2018
7 months ago