Mash & Boil Series 2 Electric Brewing System w/Pump - Brewer’s Edge

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The all-new Brewer's Edge Mash & Boil Series 2 with Pump is a single vessel, electric brewing system that lets you from 8 lbs. up to 16 lbs. of malt and boils 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. Series 2 Mash and Boils include a new redesigned high flow basket that increases flow up to 150% and helps eliminate stuck sparges. The grain basket has also been designed to sit higher up during sparging to easily see the volume graduations. 

The new close-range digital thermostat holds the temperature precisely and can display readings 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!

Mash and Boil Series 2 also comes distilling ready. The included lid is T500 distilling ready and compatible with any of the Still Spirits Turbo 500 condensers. The vented lid should not be clamped while brewing, and should be off when boiling. Only clamp the lid when distilling to avoid steam burns.

Dimensions: 14" W x 28" H (40" H with Sparging Basket)

Mash and Boil Series 2 do not include a wort chiller. It is recommended to purchase a chiller separately to chill your wort as quickly as possible at the end of the boil for best results.

Additional information

SKU

43678

Mash & Boil Series 2 Features:

  • New: High flow basket increases flow 150% - helps eliminate stuck sparges.
  • New: Redesigned grain basket sits up high so you can easily see gallon markers.
  • New: close-range digital thermostat holds the temperature precisely (43°-218°F)
  • New: Vented lid is T500 distilling column ready
  • Integrated Pump System
  • Double Wall Stainless Steel Construction
  • Digital Thermostat
  • External 1/2" Stainless Steel Valve
  • Mash up to 16 lbs. of malt
  • 7.5-gallon maximum capacity
  • 110 V / 1600 W - low-density heating element
  • 5' power cable

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
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Chris B.
Works pretty well

So far I've done two 5 gallon batches with my unit. Everything works well. The boil isn't quite as powerful as I'd wish, but it does just fine and the process works. Pretty happy with it so far. I can't complain.

J
Jacob Y.
Better than an Anvil Foundry

Great system especially when you factor in price. I’ve owned both the anvil foundry and this system so I’ll be referencing the anvil frequently to help compare the two systems. Here are my pros and cons

Pros:
Price, really can’t beat it. Very inexpensive, a good way to get into electric or all grain. My concern is the the longevity of the system. I brew about two times a month, my anvil had a circuit issue about month 7, so time will tell if this lasts longer. At the time of writing this I’ve only had two brew days on my Mash and Boil.

Integrated pump, big fan of this so far, helps keep your overall foot print down and it’s easy to regulate the flow of the wort during mash. My anvil pump crapped the bed about five months into owning it, so again interested to see if this will last longer. But my efficiency so far has been about 10-15% better than on the anvil and I think this pump works a little bit better.

Grain pipe, so far no stuck mashes. It sits up higher than the anvil so you can clearly see the volume markings. Very helpful.

Two types of wattage, this in my opinion seems to make getting strike water up to temp much faster than the anvil. Boils seem slightly more vigorous as well.

Cons:

Overall volume of system. You have to sparge when using this. Unless you’re doing a three gal batch the total water volume and your grain bill won’t fit in the system. My opinion the anvil has this system beat in this regard as you can cram 16lbs of grain and 8 gal of water no problem into the foundry.

No wort chiller, for any brewer who has been doing it for a while or had a larger all grain gas set up you’ve already got some form of chiller. If you’re moving from extract you might not, making this not a rookie friendly or “all included” product.

Controller panel, I think anvil takes this one as it sits up higher on the system than the mash and boil. With that said, the mash and boil does allow you to push the temp above 212 to ensure a better boil while brewing.

Overall thoughts:

So far I’ve enjoyed the mash and boil. The slightly faster brew time and the smaller footprint and the price are what do it for me despite the smaller volume.

Only time will tell if it can handle two brews a month for longer than a few months.

T
Tom P.
Easy Breezy

Great piece of equipment, for a great price, especially when put up against more expensive all in ones that have less features.

T
Tom V.G.
Great indoors

Bought because I don’t want to use the burner set up in side on cold Wisconsin days. I really like the incorporated pump. I use the wort pump from the outside setup for recirculating water for the chiller and the pump on this to recirculate wort. Works great

J
Jeff Z.
Great System

This system is easy to use and makes great beer. I had never brewed all grain batches until I got this, and it makes it easy. You can step mash in it. It keeps the temp constant within a couple of degrees and the circulating pump keeps the temp even throughout. 110v is a plus. Don't need special outlet

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Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
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(3)
40%
(2)
0%
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0%
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C
Chris B.
Works pretty well

So far I've done two 5 gallon batches with my unit. Everything works well. The boil isn't quite as powerful as I'd wish, but it does just fine and the process works. Pretty happy with it so far. I can't complain.

J
Jacob Y.
Better than an Anvil Foundry

Great system especially when you factor in price. I’ve owned both the anvil foundry and this system so I’ll be referencing the anvil frequently to help compare the two systems. Here are my pros and cons

Pros:
Price, really can’t beat it. Very inexpensive, a good way to get into electric or all grain. My concern is the the longevity of the system. I brew about two times a month, my anvil had a circuit issue about month 7, so time will tell if this lasts longer. At the time of writing this I’ve only had two brew days on my Mash and Boil.

Integrated pump, big fan of this so far, helps keep your overall foot print down and it’s easy to regulate the flow of the wort during mash. My anvil pump crapped the bed about five months into owning it, so again interested to see if this will last longer. But my efficiency so far has been about 10-15% better than on the anvil and I think this pump works a little bit better.

Grain pipe, so far no stuck mashes. It sits up higher than the anvil so you can clearly see the volume markings. Very helpful.

Two types of wattage, this in my opinion seems to make getting strike water up to temp much faster than the anvil. Boils seem slightly more vigorous as well.

Cons:

Overall volume of system. You have to sparge when using this. Unless you’re doing a three gal batch the total water volume and your grain bill won’t fit in the system. My opinion the anvil has this system beat in this regard as you can cram 16lbs of grain and 8 gal of water no problem into the foundry.

No wort chiller, for any brewer who has been doing it for a while or had a larger all grain gas set up you’ve already got some form of chiller. If you’re moving from extract you might not, making this not a rookie friendly or “all included” product.

Controller panel, I think anvil takes this one as it sits up higher on the system than the mash and boil. With that said, the mash and boil does allow you to push the temp above 212 to ensure a better boil while brewing.

Overall thoughts:

So far I’ve enjoyed the mash and boil. The slightly faster brew time and the smaller footprint and the price are what do it for me despite the smaller volume.

Only time will tell if it can handle two brews a month for longer than a few months.

T
Tom P.
Easy Breezy

Great piece of equipment, for a great price, especially when put up against more expensive all in ones that have less features.

T
Tom V.G.
Great indoors

Bought because I don’t want to use the burner set up in side on cold Wisconsin days. I really like the incorporated pump. I use the wort pump from the outside setup for recirculating water for the chiller and the pump on this to recirculate wort. Works great

J
Jeff Z.
Great System

This system is easy to use and makes great beer. I had never brewed all grain batches until I got this, and it makes it easy. You can step mash in it. It keeps the temp constant within a couple of degrees and the circulating pump keeps the temp even throughout. 110v is a plus. Don't need special outlet