I have recently gotten heavily into home beer brewing with some people. To improve on the cooling of the wort (boiled beer before fermentation), I want to pump the boiling liquid through a long copper coil. This coil will be inside a cooler filled with ice and the cooled wort will come out on the other side. In order to do this I will need a pump that accepts high temperatures ~100 degc and have enough pressure to push through the copper coil of somewhere around 20-40 feet. The flow rate doesn't need to be that high considering that the wort needs to be fully cooled when it exits the system. Does anyone have any suggestions or input as to a good pump that will do this. I'm not looking to spend a ridiculous amount of money either. Just something to get the job done. Any help is greatly appreciated!