--2 days from supplier -- please read electric info prior to purchaseRobobrew Brewzilla - the All In One Brewery with re-circulation pump as standard now available in this 65 litre model.
This brewery is the next generation of Robobrew units and its been made with various improvements to electronics, components, handle design and many other aspects.
- Programmable controller with 6 steps
- Camlock fitting on recirculation arm
- Double mesh screen on malt pipe
- Full electric 3500 watt powerful elements
- Sturdy llid with spring clamps
- Integrated magnetic drive pump
- Made from 304 stainless steel
- Upgraded switches
- Handy rubber feet
- Improved electronics
This very capable 15amp brewery has over 3kw of power so you can get up to boil in no time.
Ultra Low Watt Density
The Brewzilla has been made with ultra low watt density elements. This means less caramelisation and also makes this brewery capable of producing very light beers with very little maillard effect. This is also particularly good with high gravity beers or barley lines that can sometimes get some degree of scorching in other breweries with higher watt density. The lower watt density also means the elements are much easier to clean.
Easy to Use
Even if you have never all grain brewed before, it is super easy to use and you will pick it up in no time with this fantastic single vessel brewery.
Easy to Clean
Cleaning is one of the worst parts about all grain brewing but single vessel breweries like this minimise this pain and make it fast to clean up.
Lets face it, we could all do with more storage space. This single vessel brewery packs up into a box that is 60cm x 60cm x 85cm tall so it only takes up a small space in your garage. You wont find a more compact brewery of this brewing capacity anywhere else.
Note, this is a 15amp unit. Standard household power sockets are 10amp, so you will either need a 15amp socket installed, or you can use a 15amp-to-10amp converter from a hardware or electrical store. A converter will limit the power available to the Brewzilla for boiling, so having a dedicated 15amp power socket to plug it into is the best option.
The instruction manual is available here.