Brewer’s Edge Mash & Boil with Recirculating Pump

$399.00
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Brewer's Edge Mash & Boil All Grain Brewing System

 
A simple and affordable way to start all grain brewing today!
 
The Brewer's Edge Mash & Boil is a single vessel, electric brewing system that lets you mash up 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 your boiler, letting you mash and boil in just one vessel. 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, it 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!
 
The Mash & Boil is powered by 110 volts (1600 watts), easily plugging into any GFO home outlet and avoiding the need for any bulky brew stands, outdoor burners, or 220 volts plugs. 
 
Mash & Boil Features:
-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)

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    Easy to use, but may need to adjust sparging

    Posted by Aaron on May 15th 2020

    Easy setup and instructions. Mashing worked quite well. Set the timer up to heat the strike water so that it was ready roll when I got off work. Depending on how compact your grain bed is I would not recommend raising the grain basket and fly or batch sparging with it suspended. The main issue I had with my first brew was very fast flow through the grain bed and out the bottom mesh of the basket. Since sparging requires a separate vessel anyway, I might recommend dunk sparging. You could even try fly sparging, with the basket still in the kettle, just by draining into a pot positioned below the spigot and regulating the flow out. The point is you have some options, but I would avoid sparging the way the instructions say, otherwise your efficiency may suffer, or in my unfortunate case you might need to use additional sparge water and a longer boil to get to the correct volume and OG. Also note: BIAB may not always be possible with just 7.5gal capacity, depending on recipe and batch size. As far as the boil goes, it does pretty well for 110V and 1600W . I suspect some of the 10 gal systems available might be underpowered for a bigger batch, but it works alright for this 7.5 gal system. Overall: good value and worked pretty well the first time with some sparging adjustments. I think the Mash & Boil will be a time-saver for me.