I live in an apartment and have limited options to create an effective brewing space. One limitation is that my sink is not nearly big enough to accommodate my kettle. I tried cooling in a large bin filled with ice, but it just didn't seem to to work. It took so much ice and didn't seem to make a dent in the temperature. It cooled, but it took way too long. Accordingly, I bought a wort chiller. However, I don't have a sink in my apartment that will accept the fitting. (1) The fitting on the wort chiller is female. But the threads on my faucet(s) are also female. So I need to find a male wort chiller fitting with the threads on the outside. (2) Even if I could find a replacement, the tubing seems to be pretty tightly molded/clamped around the stem of the fitting . So, my questions are: Where can I find the right fitting? is this something I can just get at a hardware store? Obviously a fitting that attaches to a sink would be there. But would one be there that attaches to a sink and also has a hole on one end such that it will attach and secure to the wort chiller? Or is this like a brewing specific piece I should look elsewhere for? Do I just clip the tube and reattach the replacement fitting? Is it that simple?