Mash paddle for beer brewers, for stirring wort during mashing. With rounded corners to avoid scratches and height markings to enable easy measuring of the volume in your brew kettle. The rule of thumb is divide the total volume of the kettle by the kettle height for the number of litres per cm. For example, a brew kettle with a 98-litre capacity and 50 cm in height will contain approx. 2 litres per cm. For a more precise calculation of the number of litres per centimetre height, use the following formula: r x r x π; or fill the kettle with water to calibrate the paddle.
- with practical hanging eyelet
- beech wooden mash paddle 70 cm
- dimensions stirring surface area: 13.0 x 7.5 x 1.0 cm
Tip: After use, clean the wooden paddle by rinsing it with warm water and drying it before storing.