Stainless Steel Filter System

MSRP: $179.99
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Hand-made and built to order, Brewhaus' complete stainless steel filter system is a premium system designed to be used for stone coal activated carbon filtration. Our stainless steel filter system can be disassembled for easy cleaning and storage.

This type of filtration is recommended when the desired product is a high-proof, pure, neutral spirit such as vodka. We do not suggest activated carbon filtering when you want to capture character and flavor that developed during fermentation, such as whisky, rum, or fruit schnapps. 


  • Tall, 37" filter column ensures sufficient contact time to filter effectively
  • Large capacity reservoir eliminates the need to constantly 'top-up'
  • 2" in diameter
  • More than 3' total height


  • 7.5qt stainless steel reservoir
  • 2" diameter x 37" tall filter column to accept standard 1.7L packages of activated carbon
  • 2- Tri-Clamps
  • 2- Tri-Clamp Gaskets
  • End Cap with 1/2" fitting
  • 1/2" Chemical tolerant tubing
  • 2- Filter Papers


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  • 5
    Great investment if looking to charcoal filter

    Posted by Steve on Feb 4th 2019

    Totally worth the cost. The unit is very well built & works great. I was using my still column as it was tall enough, but I had to baby sit it for hours as it had no funnel that was water tight. With this unit, I can just fill up the funnel & walk away for hours with no concern that I'll run my carbon bed dry.

  • 5
    Stainless Steel Filter System

    Posted by Rob McLaughlin on Oct 17th 2018

    Worked perfect!!

  • 5
    Stainless Steel Carbon Filter

    Posted by FLRN on Apr 28th 2018

    Awesome product! Easy to use and clean. Another great product from Rick and the folks at Brewhaus. The funnel also has other uses. Everything is better when it's made out of stainless steel.

  • 5
    Fantastic quality

    Posted by Jake on Nov 28th 2017

    Amazing quality, especially considering how low this is priced compared to the cost of the metal. I would love to see Brewhaus start carrying some sort of stand for this product though. Most users will need to build something to hold this in order to use it. I made mine out of scrap lumber and a bag of cement for counterweight.

  • 3
    It works ok but...

    Posted by Joel Clark on Sep 25th 2017's dreadfully slow. Finding a place and way to mount the filter is also difficult. I feel that a big improvement could be made to the system by replacing the lower cap/nipple fitting with a tri clover fitting on the nipple side to install a valve to essentially shut the filter 'on/off'.

  • 2

    Posted by kim on Jan 13th 2015

    it would be nice if there were a picture or some written instructions on how to install the filter in the bottom I can't get it to drip at all with the filter paper recommended for it I have to cut coffee filters to fit and it drips fine some help in this area and I would give it 5 stars.
    edit rick contacted me and I am missing a screen I had bought mine before they started Including one and a set of assembly instructions too so change my rating to 5 star's.

  • 5
    Buy it!

    Posted by Mike on Nov 17th 2014

    Nice product, very well built and the results were stunning. It took a sugar wash that was well distilled but had a unpleasant flavor to a beautiful neutral spirit.

  • 5
    All Good!

    Posted by Arthur on Jul 16th 2014

    High quality components in this filter system. Excellent service. Rick spent time with me and gave a lot of great advice and suggestions. Very knowledgeable and helpful to a newbie. As to the previous commenter that said he didn't know how to set it up, refer to the free "Activated Carbon Book" on this website. Good explanation including many pics for the how-to. Great experience in every way. Thank you.

  • 5
    SS Filter System

    Posted by gary on Apr 20th 2012

    The pic is misleading, the bucket on top is now a funnel. I didn't know how to set it up to filter, so I just stuffed a few coffee filters into the bottom. After making a stand to hold everything up, I ran a 4 gallon batch through it with no problems. Only disadvantage is having to return to check it and top it up frequently. I finally figured out I can just turn the carboy full of swill upside down and set it in the funnel and let it flow at its own rate, just like a drinking fountain! Excellent!!