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

For a limited time, get a FREE Mash & Boil Still Lid (a $25 value) with the purchase of Mash and Boil Electric Brewing System with Pump! Add the Mash & Boil with Pump as well as the Mash & Boil Still Lid to your cart and then use code STILL at checkout.

Customer Reviews

Based on 24 reviews
58%
(14)
38%
(9)
4%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
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Susan J.
Great brewing tool!

After many years of brewing on my stove top, I took the plunge and bought the Brewer's Edge Mash & Boil with pump. The instructions were sparse but easy to follow and I really enjoy the convenience and ability to brew close to the water supply for the cool down. A few tips:
1. The sparging basket fits on top of the brewing kettle for draining but it is very tall (3' 7"). Something to consider if you are brewing on a countertop with overhanging cupboards. I have to stand on the countertop to lift the sparging basket after the mash.
2. The sparging basket has screws that hold it in place on top of the brewing kettle. These screws have plastic protectors that need to be removed prior to mashing. The plastic protectors are only for shipping!
3. I was confused with the 1000W vs 1600W switch. When do you ever use the 1000W switch? Apparently, the 1000W is good if your power supply doesn't have enough amps; otherwise you can keep it at 1600W.
4. I didn't have any problems with seeing the gallon markers while doing the sparge. I can see why people complained about this so it may be that I didn't have a problem because my system is new and I could see the markers clearly.
5. The 3 degree mash temperature variability was wonderful compared to stove top mashing! I really liked having the ability to keep temperature throughout the mashing without worry!
6 I love the pump, which circulates the water through the mashing process. There's a bit of a learning curve in terms of adjusting the sparge water volume and not running the pump dry (it changes pitch when it starts encountering a problem).
7. I agree with other reviewers about the reset on the bottom of the kettle. Hopefully I will never have to reset after putting water in the kettle!
8. According to the Brewers Edge website, it should be kept at 218 degrees during the boil, even if the boil happens at lower temperatures. It is supposed to keep the heat on and continuous. I worried about the initial boil over before the protein break, but if that happens, you can just turn off the heat and it instantly stops boiling. For the cool-down, just keep turning the temperature up and it goes right back to a cool temperature.
Overall, I'm thrilled with my new system and will probably do only all-grain rather than extract brewing in the future.

E
Ed L.
Good

Like the brewing system very much but wish the temp would increase quicker and hold more consistently

C
Customer
Overall a good unit…

Saves time and effort. No more propane flames. Easy to cool wort after boil. Works well with my rolling conical fermenter. Turned out to be a good buy. Issues? Just a couple. Inner basket is weak and won’t take abuse. Pump clogging is bad news. Can be unclogged, but it takes time to do it. Too bad the designers did’t rig up some sort of screen device that could be more easily cleared.

J
Joe T.
Works great! Shortens my brew day!

Have so far made 2 batches with this system, and have been almost completely satisfied with the results (experienced all-grain brewer, formerly brewing on a propane-heated system). The unit took only 15 minutes to heat sparge water from hot water tap at 127 deg. F to 168 deg. F strike temp. Took 50 minutes to heat 7 gallons of wort to boiling. Efficiency was almost identical to my propane system. The one issue that I have seen is that the temperature control is not as precise as I would like. The controller allows a 6-degree temperature drop before turning on the heat. However, a thermometer inserted into the center of the mash shows only a one or two degree drop (thermal inertia), so it's not a serious issue. One other lesson-learned: a hop spider is REALLY recommended to keep hops out of the pump. The system is not really designed to handle whole leaf hops, and the hop spider should also make working with pellet hops a lot easier.

J
Jacob H.
Love it. Used 5x times

Love thissss! Makes brewday fun and a breeze. Easy controls and ready to go outta the box. Had a couple minor dents and northern brewer gave me a $100 goft card! Awesome customer service.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 24 reviews
58%
(14)
38%
(9)
4%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
S
Susan J.
Great brewing tool!

After many years of brewing on my stove top, I took the plunge and bought the Brewer's Edge Mash & Boil with pump. The instructions were sparse but easy to follow and I really enjoy the convenience and ability to brew close to the water supply for the cool down. A few tips:
1. The sparging basket fits on top of the brewing kettle for draining but it is very tall (3' 7"). Something to consider if you are brewing on a countertop with overhanging cupboards. I have to stand on the countertop to lift the sparging basket after the mash.
2. The sparging basket has screws that hold it in place on top of the brewing kettle. These screws have plastic protectors that need to be removed prior to mashing. The plastic protectors are only for shipping!
3. I was confused with the 1000W vs 1600W switch. When do you ever use the 1000W switch? Apparently, the 1000W is good if your power supply doesn't have enough amps; otherwise you can keep it at 1600W.
4. I didn't have any problems with seeing the gallon markers while doing the sparge. I can see why people complained about this so it may be that I didn't have a problem because my system is new and I could see the markers clearly.
5. The 3 degree mash temperature variability was wonderful compared to stove top mashing! I really liked having the ability to keep temperature throughout the mashing without worry!
6 I love the pump, which circulates the water through the mashing process. There's a bit of a learning curve in terms of adjusting the sparge water volume and not running the pump dry (it changes pitch when it starts encountering a problem).
7. I agree with other reviewers about the reset on the bottom of the kettle. Hopefully I will never have to reset after putting water in the kettle!
8. According to the Brewers Edge website, it should be kept at 218 degrees during the boil, even if the boil happens at lower temperatures. It is supposed to keep the heat on and continuous. I worried about the initial boil over before the protein break, but if that happens, you can just turn off the heat and it instantly stops boiling. For the cool-down, just keep turning the temperature up and it goes right back to a cool temperature.
Overall, I'm thrilled with my new system and will probably do only all-grain rather than extract brewing in the future.

E
Ed L.
Good

Like the brewing system very much but wish the temp would increase quicker and hold more consistently

C
Customer
Overall a good unit…

Saves time and effort. No more propane flames. Easy to cool wort after boil. Works well with my rolling conical fermenter. Turned out to be a good buy. Issues? Just a couple. Inner basket is weak and won’t take abuse. Pump clogging is bad news. Can be unclogged, but it takes time to do it. Too bad the designers did’t rig up some sort of screen device that could be more easily cleared.

J
Joe T.
Works great! Shortens my brew day!

Have so far made 2 batches with this system, and have been almost completely satisfied with the results (experienced all-grain brewer, formerly brewing on a propane-heated system). The unit took only 15 minutes to heat sparge water from hot water tap at 127 deg. F to 168 deg. F strike temp. Took 50 minutes to heat 7 gallons of wort to boiling. Efficiency was almost identical to my propane system. The one issue that I have seen is that the temperature control is not as precise as I would like. The controller allows a 6-degree temperature drop before turning on the heat. However, a thermometer inserted into the center of the mash shows only a one or two degree drop (thermal inertia), so it's not a serious issue. One other lesson-learned: a hop spider is REALLY recommended to keep hops out of the pump. The system is not really designed to handle whole leaf hops, and the hop spider should also make working with pellet hops a lot easier.

J
Jacob H.
Love it. Used 5x times

Love thissss! Makes brewday fun and a breeze. Easy controls and ready to go outta the box. Had a couple minor dents and northern brewer gave me a $100 goft card! Awesome customer service.