Brewer’s Edge Mash And Boil Electric Brewing System w/Pump

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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!

Features:

  • 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)

Additional information

SKU

43228

Customer Reviews

Based on 16 reviews
50%
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44%
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6%
(1)
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Richard L.

Brewer’s Edge Mash And Boil Electric Brewing System w/Pump

D
Douglas H.
It's works well but needs some improvements

I first did a full grain Cream Ale batch with this system. It performed very well but there are a few tings I would improve on as follows
1. forget trying to see the markings for how much is in the kettle, even with a flash light it is almost impossible. I would put some type of 3-7 gallon site glass on the system.
2. Who in there right mind would put a reset switch on the bottom of the kettle, c'mon guys that should be on the side.
3. Beef up the grain bucket.. it bends.
If they changed those three things it probably would be the best all grain brewer system you could buy. However, it did perform very well on my fist brew and look forward to using it time and time again. It is worh the purchase for anyone wanting to move to the next level in brewing (all grain)..

J
Jordan J.
Not Terrible, But Certainly Not Great

First off, If you are making a "big beer" you cannot mash in this. Seems like 12-15 lbs of grain MAX. Heating element is a little slow getting the vessel up to temp. Being able to set the timer and preheat your water helps in this department, but it still takes a while to get up to a rolling boil after mashing. Recirculation pump works great, but the valve is trash and the tubing is not threaded enough to actually seat off in the 90. Every connection on the recirculation valve/tubing leaked except the bulkhead. I ended up replacing the valve with better tubing and a proper valve. So far it seems to have fixed the problem. Despite all that, it worked; it held temperature well (within 3 degrees of set point), the level markers on the inside were accurate and helpful, and at the end of the day I was still able to make a good batch of beer with it.

C
Charles D.
A Very Good Electric Unit for the Price

After doing extract brewing for 10 years I was more than ready to dive into all-grain brewing, but I didn't want to go back to brewing in my garage and then lugging 5 or 6 gallons of wort down to my basement where I ferment. So I bought this unit to be able to execute every aspect of my brewing process in my basement. Luckily I was able to repurpose my Gigawort electric brew kettle as a hot liquor tank - otherwise I'd still have to resort to an outside (or garage) propane burner or my kitchen stove to heat sparge water. The Mash and Boil works really well and fits my needs nicely. My only complaint is that the controller heats up to the target temperature and then it turns off and lets the temperature fall 5 degrees (fahrenheit) before kicking back on to heat back up to the target temperature. During the mash I'd like to keep my temperature much closer to the prescribed temperature for my recipe - 5 degrees fluctuation is too much for me. If they could reduce this to, say 2 degrees, it would be perfect for my needs. The controller issue is the only thing that brought my rating from 5 stars down to 4.

D
Dave P.
Mixed - OK for for $

The main reason I went with a mash and boil was temperature control. I have brewed 3 batches and am getting about 70% efficiency

Pros:
Decent, but not perfect temperature control - still some fluctuation
Cuts significant time off my brew day from transferring
Easy Clean Up
The pump makes lautering easy
Timer to pre heat water
Easy to do 1/2 batches (2.5 gal)

Cons
The basket is not strong an is already starting to oval
The bottom of the basket is unfinished - easy to cut hands
Clips holding basket are cheap and will bend
Reset button on the bottom of the unit is ridiculous
Hard to lift full basket of wet grains high
The volume markings on the inside of the unit are nearly impossible to read when the basket is in place
Handles not strong enough to move unit when full

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Customer Reviews

Based on 16 reviews
50%
(8)
44%
(7)
6%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
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R
Richard L.

Brewer’s Edge Mash And Boil Electric Brewing System w/Pump

D
Douglas H.
It's works well but needs some improvements

I first did a full grain Cream Ale batch with this system. It performed very well but there are a few tings I would improve on as follows
1. forget trying to see the markings for how much is in the kettle, even with a flash light it is almost impossible. I would put some type of 3-7 gallon site glass on the system.
2. Who in there right mind would put a reset switch on the bottom of the kettle, c'mon guys that should be on the side.
3. Beef up the grain bucket.. it bends.
If they changed those three things it probably would be the best all grain brewer system you could buy. However, it did perform very well on my fist brew and look forward to using it time and time again. It is worh the purchase for anyone wanting to move to the next level in brewing (all grain)..

J
Jordan J.
Not Terrible, But Certainly Not Great

First off, If you are making a "big beer" you cannot mash in this. Seems like 12-15 lbs of grain MAX. Heating element is a little slow getting the vessel up to temp. Being able to set the timer and preheat your water helps in this department, but it still takes a while to get up to a rolling boil after mashing. Recirculation pump works great, but the valve is trash and the tubing is not threaded enough to actually seat off in the 90. Every connection on the recirculation valve/tubing leaked except the bulkhead. I ended up replacing the valve with better tubing and a proper valve. So far it seems to have fixed the problem. Despite all that, it worked; it held temperature well (within 3 degrees of set point), the level markers on the inside were accurate and helpful, and at the end of the day I was still able to make a good batch of beer with it.

C
Charles D.
A Very Good Electric Unit for the Price

After doing extract brewing for 10 years I was more than ready to dive into all-grain brewing, but I didn't want to go back to brewing in my garage and then lugging 5 or 6 gallons of wort down to my basement where I ferment. So I bought this unit to be able to execute every aspect of my brewing process in my basement. Luckily I was able to repurpose my Gigawort electric brew kettle as a hot liquor tank - otherwise I'd still have to resort to an outside (or garage) propane burner or my kitchen stove to heat sparge water. The Mash and Boil works really well and fits my needs nicely. My only complaint is that the controller heats up to the target temperature and then it turns off and lets the temperature fall 5 degrees (fahrenheit) before kicking back on to heat back up to the target temperature. During the mash I'd like to keep my temperature much closer to the prescribed temperature for my recipe - 5 degrees fluctuation is too much for me. If they could reduce this to, say 2 degrees, it would be perfect for my needs. The controller issue is the only thing that brought my rating from 5 stars down to 4.

D
Dave P.
Mixed - OK for for $

The main reason I went with a mash and boil was temperature control. I have brewed 3 batches and am getting about 70% efficiency

Pros:
Decent, but not perfect temperature control - still some fluctuation
Cuts significant time off my brew day from transferring
Easy Clean Up
The pump makes lautering easy
Timer to pre heat water
Easy to do 1/2 batches (2.5 gal)

Cons
The basket is not strong an is already starting to oval
The bottom of the basket is unfinished - easy to cut hands
Clips holding basket are cheap and will bend
Reset button on the bottom of the unit is ridiculous
Hard to lift full basket of wet grains high
The volume markings on the inside of the unit are nearly impossible to read when the basket is in place
Handles not strong enough to move unit when full