Better Brew Heat Belt - Home Brew Wine & Beer Making Fermenter Heater

FREE Shipping

Better Brew Heat Belt - Home Brew Wine & Beer Making Fermenter Heater

Better Brew Heat Belt - Home Brew Wine & Beer Making Fermenter Heater

RRP: £99
Price: £9.9
£9.9 FREE Shipping

In stock

We accept the following payment methods


These items are usually delivered within 24 hours, but this can vary (anywhere up to 10 working days), and is unfortunately beyond our control. I only intend switching it on at night when my kitchen (where my fermenter sits) can get quite cold, but during the day is warmer.

I'd recommend the orange looking heat belt, I've used that one years ago and it did the trick, I wish i bought that one rather than this.I use a heat mat where my fermenter sits nicely on it, I have a brew fridge so with the temperature control on both fridge and heat mat it keep a very steady temperature for whatever I set it at. One thing I may try through is after seeing my local HBS this weekend he had one taped on but sort of spiralling around the FV not just a single band, may help to quell my paranoia of hot spots etc.

The TopBrewing™ heat belt is designed to be used during primary fermentation and to aid the start of secondary fermentation. TopBrewing™ is part of Top Retail Ltd, we’ve been selling and manufacturing great products since 2012. I've bought a Heat mat today as I'm worried that even my little bedroom will be dropping down to less than 18 (or even 15 for the yeast I'm using) degrees overnight. The strikes are over but the service from Royal mail is still as shaky as ever but at the moment they are the best of a bad bunch.

Some mention it's a quality product that works as required, while others say that the quality is poor and doesn't produce anywhere near enough heat. I am using an old heat belt from years back plugged into a Vitopod heat control, set at 20c borrowed from the gardening department. One of the main benefits of using the TopBrewing heat belt is the reduced time it takes to complete the brewing process of your beer and wine.

All sizes and measurements are approximate but we do try to make sure that they are as accurate as possible. Without taking a direct temperature reading of the beer this is quite a tricky thing to get right and I would still be inclined to use some additional controls mentioned above, such as a temperature controller or a timer. Heat belt heaters are adjustable and can be set to the desired temperature range for optimal fermentation for this you just move the heater up or down, Down for more heat, higher for less heat for your home brew. You really want to keep your fermentation temperatures as stable as possible, so it'll all require some dialing in. A flexible electric heater in the form of a loop to place around your fermentation container to maintain an optimum temperature.Fits fermenting vessels, 25 litre kegs, 1 gallon demijohns (Please note this belt will not fit around a Fast Ferment). Mine are the pretty much the same as above, I have two FVs in the garage suitable wrapped up but with a Brew Belt around the base of each, individually controlled, one with a home built STC and one using a Inkbird, both holding close to 20C in an ambient of between 7 - 11 at the moment. The only exception to this is the tape we use which is made from PVC and needs to be thrown in the normal waste.

  • Fruugo ID: 258392218-563234582
  • EAN: 764486781913
  • Sold by: Fruugo

Delivery & Returns


Address: UK
All products: Visit Fruugo Shop