12 Gallon Mash/Lauter Tun - Northern Brewer

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We’ve taken our Classic Mash Lauter Tun and upgraded it to provide the best possible brewing experience. Our new model features thick insulation, a large 12+ gallon capacity and the first ever integrated thermometer. The large capacity will easily handle any 5 gallon brew you can throw its way, from session beers to Imperials, and it is even large enough to accommodate 10 gallon batches up to a gravity of 1.065.  

It also features all stainless steel fittings including our proprietary bulkhead and Titan False Bottom, this system is designed to last. Steel reinforced and silicone gasketed mounting holes ensure a tight, leak-free hardware fit, and offer easy installation with top of the line brewing performance.

New to All-Grain? Check out our Crash Course in Mashing and Sparging.

NOTE: A full boil is required for All-Grain brewing, so a boil kettle with an 8 to 10 gallon capacity is highly recommended.

Full Kit Specs:

  • 12 gal. mash/lauter tun (16.75” diameter x 22” tall)
  • Integrated thermowell with weldless thermometer in Mash/Lauter Tun
  • Stainless steel features: 1 Isoflow Bulkhead, 1 ½” ball valves, 1 Titan® Universal False Bottom
  • 3.5’ of ID Clear High-temp tubing
  • Storage Dimensions- 16.75” diameter x 22” tall and 15 lbs.

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SKU

42849

Customer Reviews

Based on 18 reviews
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clint p.
12 gallon mash tun

The degrees on the thermometer is off compared to my digital one. Sometimes hard to stir up the grains due to hitting the thermometer end. Would be nice if they sent something to delete the thermometer if desired.

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Doug S.
12 gallon mash tun review

I find that the thermometer installed with the unit is useless with grain size is less than 10 pounds as the probe is either in the air or only half immersed. It typically reads 20° cooler than manually inserted thermometers

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Phil S.
Mash Tun

My first use of this was a success. Most importantly, it held temperature well and I had no clogging problems upon draining wort and sparging. Stirring in the grain is a little more tricky with the thermometer that has to be avoided, but with care I had no problem getting a good mix.

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Boyd F.
1x12 gallon mash tun

Although well build the thermal design of the top is poor. It is easy to use and does hold a lot of mash. It unfortunately, looses a lot of heat through the relatively thin top. This makes it hard to hold a constant temperature over a long period of time. I brewed a 5 gallon batch using this equipment and during a 3 hour period the mash lost about 10 degrees F. Using other home made equipment I found the temperate variation to be about half.

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Greg M.

12 Gallon Mash/Lauter Tun - Northern Brewer

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Customer Reviews

Based on 18 reviews
78%
(14)
6%
(1)
17%
(3)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
c
clint p.
12 gallon mash tun

The degrees on the thermometer is off compared to my digital one. Sometimes hard to stir up the grains due to hitting the thermometer end. Would be nice if they sent something to delete the thermometer if desired.

D
Doug S.
12 gallon mash tun review

I find that the thermometer installed with the unit is useless with grain size is less than 10 pounds as the probe is either in the air or only half immersed. It typically reads 20° cooler than manually inserted thermometers

P
Phil S.
Mash Tun

My first use of this was a success. Most importantly, it held temperature well and I had no clogging problems upon draining wort and sparging. Stirring in the grain is a little more tricky with the thermometer that has to be avoided, but with care I had no problem getting a good mix.

B
Boyd F.
1x12 gallon mash tun

Although well build the thermal design of the top is poor. It is easy to use and does hold a lot of mash. It unfortunately, looses a lot of heat through the relatively thin top. This makes it hard to hold a constant temperature over a long period of time. I brewed a 5 gallon batch using this equipment and during a 3 hour period the mash lost about 10 degrees F. Using other home made equipment I found the temperate variation to be about half.

G
Greg M.

12 Gallon Mash/Lauter Tun - Northern Brewer