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The Big Daddy thermometer is a long dial-type thermometer perfect for brewing and winemaking. With a 12" stainless steel probe for easy and safe temperature taking, it reads quickly and is easily calibrated by adjusting the nut at the base of the probe when it is immersed in boiling water or ice water. It also comes with a handy clip that allows you to attach it to the side of your brew pot for easy storage on your brew day. A staple in the brewer's tool chest, the Big Daddy has proven its worth time and time again to brewers all around the world.

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relieves stress
This thermometer is much better than the glass thermometer alternative. It clips on the the side of the brewing pot, and you can adjust the probe to read at any depth. No need to worry about breaking the glass thermometer in the brew. Makes brewing life a little less stressful.
May 3, 2017  |  By Tim Jorgensen
Not a very good choice...
This thermometer, while priced very attractively, does not calibrate well across the spectrum from 32F to 212F, being more accurate at the high end of the scale and pretty much worthless at pitching temps. I calibrated at 32F and lost the ability to accurately measure mash temps; conversely, calibrating at 212F meant room temperature becomes 90F. :(
Dec 11, 2017  |  By Bob C.