Gigawort™ Electric Brew Kettle
Want to brew a quick batch without dragging out the gear? Got an extra hour on a weeknight and want to make the most of it? Limited brew space got you down? The Gigawort™ is the answer.
This fully portable electric brew kettle uses a standard 120 GFCI volt outlet, enabling you to brew anywhere, anytime. A fully integrated digital control ensures that steeping grains are always kept at the perfect temperature. Then simply adjust the set temperature to achieve a boil.
Gigawort 4.4 gallon capacity is ideal for both small batches and also partial-volume boils for 5 gallon batches. Full stainless steel construction is easy to clean and ensure durability.
The Gigawort™ utilizes our revolutionary patent-pending Iso-flow bulkhead and dip tube, which makes for trouble-free wort transferring, eliminating the need to lift and pour the wort into your fermentor. Ditch the stove and create your own custom brew cave anywhere you have an outlet.
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- Electric kettle, useful for steeping and boiling extract & partial mash recipes.
- 4.4 gallon capacity
- Dual element, 1600W for heating to boiling, 600W for maintaining boil
- Double walled construction for better heat retention
- 304 stainless steel construction
- Digital temperature controller
- Delayed Start feature, 3.5 hour shut-off to prevent total evaporation and safety.
- EZ Clean bulkhead and valve for easy cleaning and assembly. No need for siphoning
- Dimensions: 19.75" high x 10.75" in diameter
I use the Gigawort to heat up water to speed up my brew day. I brew with the Grainfather G30 120V. The water does not heat up too quick so I heat half in the Grainfather and half in the gigawort to get the water going quick. After that is done, I heat up my sparge water which eliminates propane and a burner. Then to help speed up cleaning, I heat up 4 gallons of water to 140 and use half with PBW and the other half of just water to clean up the Grainfather. Worked out great.
I bought the brew kettle in the hopes that it would make brew day easier. It did, I brewed in the house not in the garage. Less hassle, and it cleaned up really well. I was under the impression that once you achieved boil I could turn the wattage down to 600 watts and maintain boil. You can’t, or it didn’t work for me. Other then that I have brewed twice with the electric kettle and it has preformed well. I hope it works like it has for years to come.
This kettle matches the previous review comments I read before purchasing. Only other comment I would add is to figure out how to clean everything without dunking in water or pulling apart because the instructions are silent about this. Poor placement of reset button. Needs 1650 to maintain boil for me 600 isn’t able to do much of anything. Pretty coating and fair price. Would be nice to have other Recommended products setup and ready to go with this such as High temp pump, Drain mesh Screen or Mesh basket, and some sort of backup thermometer or inline meter.
Perfect for brewing 5 gallon extract or small batch biab.
Gigawort™ Electric Brew Kettle