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Spike Steam Condenser Lid
Spike Steam Condenser Lid

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Our Price: $325.00


Spike Steam Lid Kettle Size:


NOTE: We rarely stock more than a single lid in each size. If SPIKE has been out of stock on any particular lid for more than a couple days, it is VERY likely that we do not have one and your order will be drop shipped when spike's stock returns.

BrewHardware sells our own
steam condensing system (not a replacement lid design) but we also strive to offer Spike's full line of products so we present the Spike product as an option. Here's what Spike has to say about their system:

uilt to transform steam into liquid during the boil, our steam condenser lid will enable you to brew inside without worrying about moisture collecting on your walls and ceiling, which can cause mold issues. These lids are not only designed to fit Spike kettles, but will also work with most other kettle brands on the market.

From a better boil-off rate to major cost savings and conveniences, you will find many benefits by adding this to your brew setup.

Features & Specs:

  • Compared to boiling without a lid, our SCL has a 50% reduced boil-off rate and results in a ~6% total boil-off.
  • Replaces the need to install a hood for indoor brewing
  • Prevents mold from forming on walls and ceiling
  • Third-party lab tested to show that DMS is completely undetectable (under 25 ppb) after only 30-45 minutes of boiling
  • Discharge water is very hot and can be used for cleaning
  • Compatible with all Spike Kettles and the Solo System
  • 1.5" tri-clamp port for CIP ball
  • 4" tri-clamp port for hop additions
  • Water usage:
    • 15 gallons/hour for 10g, 15g & 20g lids
    • 25 gallons/hour for 30g &. 50g lids
  • Lid, pump, condenser mister, piping, clamps, gaskets, barbs & caps included with purchase

We are constantly asked how the BrewHardware Steam Slayer(tm) product differs from the Spike Condenser Lid product. In a nutshell:

Steam Slayer is designed for city or well water pressure (40-80psi) rather than a submersible pump.
Steam Slayer is generally less expensive because it requires a TC port to be added to your existing kettle lid or directly into the sidewall of your kettle.
Hop additions with the Steam Slayer require tipping open your kettle lid as there is no dedicated port for it.

That's about it. They both perform the same function in the end.

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