Draft Brewer™ BeerBrite Filtration System

SKU: FS9501

Achieve brilliant results!

Beer in full technicolor—clean, crisp and crystal-clear. The BeerBrite System filters out suspended yeast and particulates for startlingly bright beer.

Filtering is used in craft and commercial breweries to give a finishing polish of exceptional clarity. 

Designed for use with your existing keg system, the BeerBrite makes filtering easier and less expensive. Reveal the true character of your brew and taste its full profile in ultra-high resolution. 

System includes: Filter housing, filter cartridges and tubing connections. 

Beerbrite Instructions

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The Beerbrite Filtration System


The filter housing connects between 2 kegs, and non-carbonated beer is forced (with CO2) from the first keg, through the filter, and into the second ‘bright’ keg. The system includes 2 filter cartridges; a 5.0 micron filter which removes particulates such as hop debris, proteins and trub material that would clog the fine 1.0 micron filter, which removes up to 90% of the yeast. So easy to use; simply connect the 2 ball locks, and turn on the gas - the beer will flow and you will know that your beer is clear.

Additional Information

Support Documents: Beerbrite Instructions

Customer Reviews

Works Great With the Brewha 3-in-1 Conical Fermentor Review by Joel
This system works great. Its easy to set up and cleans up fairly easy. If you are using a Brewha 3-in-1 Conical Fermentor you can rack directly through the Beer Brite eliminating the need for a second keg. (Posted on 12/15/14)
A bit cumbersome but works very well Review by Christopher
I finally was able to use this to filter my barrel aged stout that had lots of debris from charred wood barrel staves and raw cocoa nibs. It takes a bit of prep work to clean and connect the hoses and filter. And you need two kegs so factor that into the cost. But once I started the CO2 the beer started flowing very quickly. Took maybe 10 minutes to filter 5 gallons and there was no leakage. My biggest complaint is that the design of the filter doesn't allow it to be freestanding. It's very top heavy and the tubes will pull it over if you turn your back so consider putting it in a box or something so that it doesn't fall on the concrete floor and crack open (I had a very close call). While I probably wouldn't go thru this much trouble for just filtering yeast out of a normal batch of beer, I would say this is absolutely the best way to filter any batch that you've had aging on additives in the secondary or tertiary fermentors that don't settle out during a transfer with a siphon. (Posted on 1/2/14)
perfect- Review by ryan
Had the plate filter for a long time and stopped using it because of the mess and trouble getting it together. Saw this and picked it up and I am more than happy. Of course it is a little work sanitizing and running water through etc, but thats brewing in general.... I would run a few gallons of water to remove any off flavors. overall, no leakage, easy to use, and works wonderfully. Replacement filters on amazon in large packs end up being about 2 bucks a peice. Very worth it. (Posted on 10/11/13)

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