Measuring and Testing

Anything you might need to measure the defining traits of a brew. Ensure a quality product by keeping tabs on it every step of the way.


  • Acid Testing Kit



    $9.95


    A titration kit for testing the amount of acid in a wine. This kit measures total acid quantity, not pH.


  • Brewmometer, Adjustable



    $72.99


    A threaded dial thermometer from Blichmann Engineering. Screws into a 1/2″ threaded bulkhead on a kettle to monitor temperature while mashing or while bringing wort up to a boil. The dial face reads from 45 to 220 degrees Fahrenheit and shows the optimum ranges for many brewing operations. An adjustable body between the probe and the dial can be rotated and bent to almost any angle, making the dial easy to read from any position.


  • Brewmometer, Solid



    $29.99


    A threaded dial thermometer from Blichmann Engineering. Screws into a 1/2″ threaded bulkhead on a kettle to monitor temperature while mashing or while bringing wort up to a boil. The dial face reads from 45 to 220 degrees Fahrenheit and shows the optimum ranges for many brewing operations. The temperature probe is approximately 3 inches long.

  • Dial Thermometer



    $13.99


    A 12″ long dial thermometer with a range from 0 to 220 degrees fahrenheit. A large dial face makes it easy to read. Clips onto the side of a brew pot.


  • Erlenmeyer Flask, 1L



    $17.95


    1 liter Erlenmeyer flask with measurement markings on the side. Useful for making yeast cultures and test samples.


  • Erlenmeyer Flask, 2L



    $23.95


    2 liter Erlenmeyer flask with measurement markings on the side. Useful for making yeast cultures and test samples.


  • Hydrometer Test Jar, Glass



    $6.99


    A glass tubed hydrometer test jar that provides a steady location to store wort or must samples. Allows for easier taking of gravity readings.

  • Hydrometer Test Jar, Plastic



    $4.99


    A plastic tubed hydrometer test jar that provides a steady location to store wort or must samples. Allows for easier taking of gravity readings.


  • Hydrometer, Dual Purpose



    $6.99


    A triple scale hydrometer used to measure the density of a wort or must. Use to track the progress of a fermentation and to calculate alcohol content. This is the standard hydrometer used for beer and wine making. Marked with Specific gravity, Potential alcohol, and Balling scales.


  • Hydrometer, Proof and Tralle



    $7.95


    A High ABV hydrometer for measuring alcohol content in fluids with a specific gravity lower than 1.000.


  • pH Paper, Beermaking



    $7.00


    Litmus paper for testing acidity balance. Covers a range from 4.6 to 6.2.

  • pH Paper, Universal Range



    $2.25


    Litmus paper for testing acidity balance. Covers a range from 2.0 to 10.0. Does not test for total acid content.


  • pH Paper, Winemaking



    $7.00


    Litmus paper for testing acidity balance. Covers a range from 2.8 to 4.4. Does not test for total acid content.


  • Refractometer, Brix



    $56.99


    This device measures the gravity of a liquid by measuring the refraction index of light to determine how much sugar is in solution. Refractometers require only a very small sample to work and are more portable than a hydrometer and test tube.


  • Refractometer, Brix and SG w/ ATC



    $59.99


    This device measures the gravity of a liquid by measuring the refraction index of light to determine how much sugar is in solution. Refractometers require only a very small sample to work and are more portable than a hydrometer and test tube. This refractometer measures in both degrees Brix and Specific Gravity. An automatic temperature compensation function allows use in temperatures from 50 to 86 degrees Fahrenheit without having to adjust readings.


  • Scale, Digital



    $29.95


    Multi-function digital kitchen scale with a maximum capacity of 11 pounds. Measures in pounds, ounces and grams.


  • Sight Gauge Adapter



    $19.99


    Stainless Steel adapter for attaching a sight gauge to a kettle, fermenter or mash tun. Screws into a 1/2″ FPT port and has a 1/4″ FPT port for the gauge.


  • Sight Gauge, 11″



    $39.99


    An 11 inch glass tube that fits onto the outside of a kettle, fermenter or mash tun. The tube fills up to an even height with the liquid level in the container, letting you take an easy volume reading. Two of these can be chained together to create a longer gauge.


  • Sight Gauge, 16″



    $45.99


    A 16 inch glass tube that fits onto the outside of a kettle, fermenter or mash tun. The tube fills up to an even height with the liquid level in the container, letting you take an easy volume reading.


  • Thermohydrometer



    $13.99


    A multi-purpose tool that combines a floating thermometer with a standard hydrometer. Take both measurements at the same time.