Brewer’s Edge Mash And Boil Electric Brewing System w/Pump
The Brewer's Edge Mash & Boil with Pump is a single vessel, electric brewing system that lets you mash up to 16 lbs.of malt and boil up to 7.5 gallons with hardly any footprint. An internal sparging basket allows you to easily lift the grain out of the boiler, letting you mash and boil in just one vessel. Now equipped with an integrated pump, it makes brewing with the Mash and Boil even better!
The adjustable digital thermostat can display reading in either Fahrenheit or Celsius and features an adjustable run timer, preset at 3.5 hours for safety.
Not only does the Mash & Boil make brewing simple, but it also helps save you time as well. The delayed start timer lets you set your Mash & Boil to turn on and begin heating your sparge water up to 24 hours after setting the timer. No more watching water boil, simply come home to water ready to brew with!
Please allow 1-3 weeks for delivery, as the Mash And Boil Electric Brewing System ships directly from the manufacturer via FedEx Ground.
- Integrated Pump System
- Double Wall Stainless Steel Construction
- Digital Thermostat
- Internal Sparging Basket
- External 1/2" Stainless Steel Valve
- Mash up to 16 lbs. of malt
- 7.5-gallon maximum capacity
- 110 V / 1600 W
- 5' power cable
Dimensions: 14" W x 28" H (40" H with Sparging Basket)
This thing works great. 80% efficiency on my first brew and I didn’t have to wait months for an anvil foundry unit that does the exact same thing. Don’t let hype dictate what you get when you can save money for other products. This unit works great. Very pleased.
Works as advertised. The main selling point I would say is there are several other all in one systems like this that are WAY more expensive and this one does basically the same stuff. I do need to watch closely when running pump during mash cause at full speed it will pump faster than water drains through the grain. The metal on the sides and bottom is thin and cheap and there is minor scorching on the bottom after each beer make. Kinda a pain to clean. But what do you expect from a $350 system? I still recommend it. I did not have any of the other reviewers concerns with inaccurate temp readings, difficulty achieving full boil, or anything like that but I also brew outside in 80+ degree heat, might have different results this winter