Three Tier Gravity Homebrew Stands

Brewing made easy with gravity...

single tier stands - three tier gravity stands - three tier pump stands - carboy drainers - ordering info

Gravity eliminates the need for wort pumps, which in turn makes equalization of wort flow to the boil kettle from the mash tun easier to match with hot water flow from the hot liquor tank to the mash tun during fly sparging.  Gravity systems are arguably the easiest systems to use making them advantageous over other systems that require pumps, which involve more work, better sanitation and cleaning, and more cost... yep, the pump.

Brewstands.com gravity home brew stands come standard with 3 high pressure cast iron burners each independently controlled by a ball valve. You will need to purchase a 20 psi propane regulator with a 3/8" flare connection to connect to your propane tank. Each system is pressure tested. No problem running 2 burners at once. 3 burners will also work well with minimal pressure loss to any burner.

Our Home brewing stands also feature casters that allow easy maneuverability by tipping the stand back with the kettles removed. A great way to move your brew stand for remote brewing, or just to bring it away from the wall on your brew day.

Gravity homebrew stand examples.  To configure your three tier gravity homebrew stand and for pricing from brewstands.com, please read below.  All three tier systems start at $790.  While most customization can be met, some additional changes might be available for an additional charge.

 

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keggle gravity stand

Configuring your three tiered, gravity brew stand

Please use the following guidelines for our home brew systems, and then click on the ordering info page for pricing and more info.

With so many kettle options available to the homebrewer, there will likely always be a difference in a home brewer's needs.  Whether building your own, or having brewstands.com build your stand for you, configuring your three tier GRAVITY FED homebrew stand is easier then ever.  Just follow the info below.

When figuring your requirements for a gravity home brew sculpture, you will need to take in to consideration the height and diameter of your brewing tanks, as well as the height of your fermenter that you will be gravity feeding in to.  For a full gravity fed system, you will want:
(A) The top of your bottom tier to be at or above the height of your fermenter, that you will be racking in to. (minimum value = 14")
(B) The height of your boil kettle (or more) + measurement "A"
(C) The Height of your Mash Tun (or more) + measurement "B"  This will also be your stands overall height.

Additional dimensions to consider include:
(D) The spacing between your center support and burner box.  Our default size is 2" for most stands, but will build according to your needs.
(E) The outside dimension of the burner box.  Brewstands.com burner boxes are 16"
(F) The inside dimension of the burner box.  Brewstands.com burner boxes are 10" (or 6" less than your figure "E" for custom requests).

 configure your gravity homebrew stand

 

burner box for home brew stand

Feel free to contact us with any questions.  If you would like to order a brew stand from brewstands.com, please have the figures A-F ready.
To order or for inquiries, please contact    or call (626) 536-1846, or look at our ordering info page.

Please note: pictures on site might not reflect actual delivered product. As brewstands continues to evolve, our homebrew systems may change. Changes are typically small, such as knob color of ball valves, etc. Any major changes will be conveyed before you place your order.

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