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  1. RoboBrew - 35L All In One - Single Vessel Brewery

    RoboBrew - 35L All In One - Single Vessel Brewery

    Price: AU$449.00

    NEW VERSION

    With wider malt pipe
    Heavy duty lid clips so can be used as a distilation boiler
    Easier sparging, no rack required
    More water resistant display and buttons

     Also now available with a built in pump!

    This awesome little brewery is the complete turnkey solution to all grain brewing.

    FAST – Fast to setup, brew and clean up
    EASY – Very simple design and easy intuitive design
    VALUE – Great value for money

    For any all grain brewer wanting to get into this fantastic hobby this is the perfect first step.

    The 35L system is designed to do brews up to 30L so there is enough head space during the boil.
    This Brewery system can be run of a single phase 240v standard power outlet.

    System Includes:
    - Immersion Chiller
    - Digital Backlit Temperature Control/Display
    - Malt Pipe
    - Dual Element Control
    - Stainless 1/2inch Ball Valve

    To download the instruction manual for this brewery just click here

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  2. RoboBrew - With PUMP - 35L All In One Brewery

    RoboBrew - With PUMP - 35L All In One Brewery

    Price: AU$599.00

    NEW MODEL WITH INBUILT PUMP

    Also available without a pump here.

    This awesome little brewery is the complete turnkey solution to all grain brewing.

    FAST – Fast to setup, brew and clean up
    EASY – Very simple design and easy intuitive design
    VALUE – Great value for money

    For any all grain brewer wanting to get into this fantastic hobby this is the perfect first step.

    The 35L system is designed to do brews up to 30L so there is enough head space during the boil.
    This Brewery system can be run of a single phase 240v standard power outlet.

    System Includes:
    - Immersion Chiller
    - Digital Backlit Temperature Control/Display
    - Malt Pipe
    - Dual Element Control
    - Stainless 1/2inch Ball Valve
    - Magnetic drive pump mounted in the base of the unit

    To download the instruction manual for this brewery just click here

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  3. 1 Vessel Electric Brewery - BIAB

    1 Vessel Electric Brewery - BIAB

    Price: AU$299.00

    This 1 Vessel Electric Brewery - BIAB comes with everything you need to do a Brew In The Bag all grain brew.

    The kit includes:
    1 x 58L Stainless Keggle
    1 x 2200w Stainless Heating Element
    1 x Heating Element Cord
    1 x Ball Valve Assembly
    1 x Digital Pocket Thermometer
    1 x Barb (13mm x 1/2 BSP Male)
    2 x Large BIAB (for your grains)
    5 x Hop Socks
    1 x Metre of Heavy Duty Silicon Hose

    All these items on there own come to $327.80 

    This kit is ideal if you are wanting to brew a 40L batch.

    These kits come un-assembled with pre-drilled holes for the ball valve and heating element. All you need to do is attach the ball valve and heating element and you are ready to start brewing.

    If you require instructions please click HERE

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  4. 1 Vessel Gas Brewery - BIAB

    1 Vessel Gas Brewery - BIAB

    Price: AU$399.00

    This 1 Vessel Gas Brewery - BIAB comes with everything you need to do a Brew In The Bag all grain brew. The kit includes: 1 x 58L Stainless Keggle 1 x High Pressure 3 Leg Burner with Regulator 1 x Ball Valve Assembly 1 x Digital Pocket Thermometer 1 x Barb (13mm x 1/2 BSP Male) 2 x Large BIAB (for your grains) 5 x Hop Socks 1 x Metre of Heavy Duty Silicon Hose All these items on there own come to $414.85 This kit is ideal if you are wanting to brew a 40L batch. These kits come un-assembled with pre-drilled holes for the ball valve and heating element. All you need to do is attach the ball valve and heating element and you are ready to start brewing. Learn More
  5. 3 Vessel Budget Gravity Brewery - Electric

    3 Vessel Budget Gravity Brewery - Electric

    Price: AU$689.00

    This three vessel Budget brewery kit includes:

    1 x 58L Keggle with 1/2 inch Ball valve Assemblies
    1 x Turbo Boiler -2000 Watt  + Lid with No Hole
    1 x Insulated Mash Tun with False Bottom
    1 x 2200w element
    1 x IEC power cable
    1 x 1m of Silicon Tube 
    1 x Female Quick Disconnect to 13mm Barb
    2 x Male Quick Disconnect to 1/2 BSP Male
    1 x Stepless Clamps 20.5mm
    1 x Digital Pocket Thermometer
    1 x 32mm TCT Holesaw


    Please click here for assembly instructions

    Brief Introduction
    This system is designed with 3 Vessels so you can brew a batch of beer that is up to 40L in size.

    The 3 keggles are:
    1. HLT (hot liquor tank) - Turbo Boiler 
    2. Mash Tun - with 30cm false bottom
    3. Kettle – Includes stainless ball valve

    How to use your 3 Vessel  Brewery
    Step 1 – Heat Strike Water
    Preheat water in HLT (approximately 75-80C).
    Step 2 – Mash
    Transfer water from HLT to the Mash Tun either a jug or gravity. Once your at your desired level of strike water add your grains and stir thoughly with the Mash Paddle ensuring there are no dough balls.
    Step 3 – Recirculate Mash/Step Mash
    Use a jug to do your re-circulation 
    Step 4 – Sparge
    Use a jug or gravity to trasfer hot water from HLT to the Mash Tun. While the hot water is entering the mash tun open the ball valve on the mash tun and using gravity drain your wort into the Kettle. 
    Step 5 –  Boil
    After you have collected the desired amount of wort into your kettle turn on the element, add hops and other additions as per your recipe.
    Step 6 – No Chill
    Using a 20L cube drain your wort into the cleaned and sanitised cube and allow to cool.
    Step 7 - Add to fermenter
    Once at pitching temperature trasfer your wort into your cleaned and sanitised Fermenter and pitch your yeast.

    If you want to brew a 50L batch then we suggest adding a 2nd 2200w element to your kettle

    Note: Be aware that 2200 watt elements use almost 10 amps which is the largest amount that you can run from a standard power socket.  If 2 elements are used on the brewery it is recommended to use an extension lead to connect the second element to an different circuit in your house wiring.

    You will need to drill a 32mm hole in the Kettle with the supplied 32mm TCT holesaw to insert the 2200w element


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  6. 3 Vessel Budget Gravity Brewery - Gas

    3 Vessel Budget Gravity Brewery - Gas

    Price: AU$789.00

    This three vessel Budget brewery kit includes:

    1 x 58L Keggle with 1/2 inch Ball valve Assemblies
    1 x Turbo Boiler -2000 Watt  + Lid with No Hole
    1 x Insulated Mash Tun with False Bottom
    1 x High Pressure 3 Leg Burner with Regulator
    1 x 1m of Silicon Tube 
    1 x Female Quick Disconnect to 13mm Barb
    2 x Male Quick Disconnect to 1/2 BSP Male
    1 x Stepless Clamps 20.5mm
    1 x Digital Pocket Thermometer

    You will also need:
    - Your own BBQ gas cylinder

    Please click here for assembly instructions

    Brief Introduction
    This system is designed with 3 Vessels so you can brew a batch of beer that is up to 50L in size.

    The 3 keggles are:
    1. HLT (hot liquor tank) - Turbo Boiler 
    2. Mash Tun - with 30cm false bottom
    3. Kettle – Includes stainless ball valve

    How to use your 3 Vessel  Brewery
    Step 1 – Heat Strike Water
    Preheat water in HLT (approximately 75-80C).
    Step 2 – Mash
    Transfer water from HLT to the Mash Tun either a jug or gravity. Once your at your desired level of strike water add your grains and stir thoughly with the Mash Paddle ensuring there are no dough balls.
    Step 3 – Recirculate Mash/Step Mash
    Use a jug to do your re-circulation 
    Step 4 – Sparge
    Use a jug or gravity to trasfer hot water from HLT to the Mash Tun. While the hot water is entering the mash tun open the ball valve on the mash tun and using gravity drain your wort into the Kettle. 
    Step 5 –  Boil
    After you have collected the desired amount of wort into your kettle fire up the burner, add hops and other additions as per your recipe.
    Step 6 – No Chill
    Using a 20L cube drain your wort into the cleaned and sanitised cube and allow to cool.
    Step 7 - Add to fermenter
    Once at pitching temperature trasfer your wort into your cleaned and sanitised Fermenter and pitch your yeast.


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  7. 3 Vessel HERMS Brewery - Electric (unassembled)

    3 Vessel HERMS Brewery - Electric (unassembled)

    Price: AU$1,299.00

    This three vessel brewery kit includes:

    3 x 58L Keggles with 1/2 inch Ball Valve Assemblies
    2 x 2200 Watt Element
    2 x IEC Cable for 2200w Element
    1 x 14m Immersion Chiller
    2 x 14mm Stainless Compression Fitting
    1 x Bi-Metal Weldless Thermometer
    1 x Magnetic Drive Pump
    1 x Temperature Controller
    3 x 1m of Silicon Tube
    1 x Stainless Thermowell
    6 x Female Quick Disconnect to 13mm Barb
    4 x Male Quick Disconnect to 1/2 BSP Male
    3 x Male Quick Connect to 1/2 BSP Female
    1 x 30cm False Bottom
    1 x 1/2 inch Ball Valve 
    1 x 13mm Stainless Barb to 1/2 BSP Female
    2 x Keggle Lids
    6 x Stepless Clamps 20.5mm
    1 x New Zealand Wood Mash Paddle
    1 x Hop Spider
    1 x 20mm TCT Holesaw
    1 x 32mm TCT Holesaw

    You will also need:
    - A stainless bench (this was $150 from bunnings as shown in photo)
    - Some garden hose to attach to a female quick disconnect for use when chilling the wort in the kettle

    Please click here for assembly instructions

    Brief Introduction
    This system is designed with 3 x 58L keggles so you can brew a batch of beer that is up to 40L in size.

    The 3 keggles are:
    1. HLT (hot liquor tank) - Includes 2200 watt heating element which is controlled using the Temperature Controller. Includes ball valve and thermowell .
    2. Mash Tun - with 30cm false bottom, ball valve, 3” temperature dial and ball valve
    3. Kettle – Includes stainless ball valve

    How to use your 3 Vessel HERMs Brewery
    Step 1 – Heat Strike Water
    Preheat water in HLT (approximately 75-80C).
    Step 2 – Mash
    Transfer water from HLT to the Mash Tun using the pump to begin mash. Once your at your desired level of strike water add your grains and stir thoughly with the Mash Paddle ensuring there are no dough balls.
    Step 3 – Recirculate Mash/Step Mash
    Use the pump to recirculate the wort through the 14 Immersion Chiller which you sit in the HLT. Ensure the HLT is at least 50% full so there is enough hot water to use as a heat exchanger and for use as your sparge water. The recirculation process will enable you to heat up the mash tun or maintain temperature, it will also help to clear your wort.
    Step 4 – Sparge
    Use the pump to pump hot water from HLT to the Mash Tun. While the hot water is entering the mash tun open the ball valve on the mash tun and using gravity drain your wort into the Kettle, try to keep the flow out of the mash tun appoximately the same as the flow into the mash tun.
    Step 5 –  Boil
    After you have collected the desired amount of wort into your kettle turn on the element, add hops and other additions as per your recipe.
    Step 6 – Chill
    Place the immersion chiller into the kettle with 15 minutes left in your boil to sterilise the chiller. Attach garden hose to chiller and start flow of cold tap water. Stir the kettle to accellerate the cooling process.
    Step 7 - Add to fermenter
    Using the pump trasfer your wort into your cleaned and sanitised Fermenter

    Note: Does not include the Stainless Bench

    If you are doing a full 50L batch we would suggest adding a 2nd 2200w Element to your kettle

    Note: Be aware that 2200 watt elements use almost 10 amps which is the largest amount that you can run from a standard power socket.  If 2 elements are used on the brewery it is recommended to use an extension lead to connect the second element to an different circuit in your house wiring.

    Learn More
  8. 3 Vessel HERMS Brewery - Gas (unassembled)

    3 Vessel HERMS Brewery - Gas (unassembled)

    Price: AU$1,399.00

    This three vessel brewery kit includes:

    3 x 58L Keggles with 1/2 inch Ball Valve Assemblies
    1 x 2200 Watt Element
    1 x IEC Cable for 2200w Element
    1 x 14m Immersion Chiller
    2 x 14mm Stainless Compression Fitting
    1 x Bi-Metal Weldless Thermometer
    1 x Magnetic Drive Pump
    1 x Temperature Controller
    3 x 1m of Silicon Tube
    1 x Stainless Thermowell
    1 x High Pressure 3 Leg Burner with Regulator
    7 x Female Quick Disconnect to 13mm Barb
    3 x Male Quick Disconnect to 1/2 BSP Male
    3 x Male Quick Connect to 1/2 BSP Female
    1 x 30cm False Bottom
    1 x 1/2 inch Ball Valve 
    1 x 13mm Stainless Barb to 1/2 BSP Female
    2 x Keggle Lids
    6 x Stepless Clamps 20.5mm
    1 x New Zealand Wood Mash Paddle
    1 x Hop Spider
    1 x 20mm TCT Holesaw
    1 x 32mm TCT Holesaw

    You will also need:
    - Your own BBQ gas cylinder
    - A stainless bench (this was $150 from bunnings as shown in photo)
    - Some garden hose to attach to a female quick disconnect for use when chilling the wort in the kettle

    Please click here for assembly instructions

    Brief Introduction
    This system is designed with 3 x 58L keggles so you can brew a batch of beer that is up to 50L in size.

    The 3 keggles are:
    1. HLT (hot liquor tank) - Includes 2200 watt heating element which is controlled using the Temperature Controller. Includes ball valve and thermowell .
    2. Mash Tun - with 30cm false bottom, ball valve, 3” temperature dial and ball valve
    3. Kettle – Includes stainless ball valve

    How to use your 3 Vessel HERMs Brewery
    Step 1 – Heat Strike Water
    Preheat water in HLT (approximately 75-80C).
    Step 2 – Mash
    Transfer water from HLT to the Mash Tun using the pump to begin mash. Once your at your desired level of strike water add your grains and stir thoughly with the Mash Paddle ensuring there are no dough balls.
    Step 3 – Recirculate Mash/Step Mash
    Use the pump to recirculate the wort through the 14 Immersion Chiller which you sit in the HLT. Ensure the HLT is at least 50% full so there is enough hot water to use as a heat exchanger and for use as your sparge water. The recirculation process will enable you to heat up the mash tun or maintain temperature, it will also help to clear your wort.
    Step 4 – Sparge
    Use the pump to pump hot water from HLT to the Mash Tun. While the hot water is entering the mash tun open the ball valve on the mash tun and using gravity drain your wort into the Kettle, try to keep the flow out of the mash tun appoximately the same as the flow into the mash tun.
    Step 5 –  Boil
    After you have collected the desired amount of wort into your kettle fire up the burner, add hops and other additions as per your recipe.
    Step 6 – Chill
    Place the immersion chiller into the kettle with 15 minutes left in your boil to sterilise the chiller. Attach garden hose to chiller and start flow of cold tap water. Stir the kettle to accellerate the cooling process.
    Step 7 - Add to fermenter
    Using the pump trasfer your wort into your cleaned and sanitised Fermenter

    Note: Does not include the Stainless Bench


    Learn More
  9. 3 Vessel HERMS Brewery - Gas (assembled)

    3 Vessel HERMS Brewery - Gas (assembled)

    Price: AU$1,499.00

    This three vessel brewery kit includes:

    3 x 58L Keggles with 1/2 inch Ball valve Assemblies
    1 x 2200 Watt Element
    1 x IEC Cable for 2200w Element
    1 x 14m Immersion Chiller
    2 x 14mm Stainless Compression Fitting
    1 x Bi-Metal Weldless Thermometer
    1 x Magnetic Drive Pump
    1 x Temperature Controller
    3 x 1m of Silicon Tube
    1 x Stainless Thermowell
    1 x High Pressure 3 Leg Burner with Regulator
    7 x Female Quick Disconnect to 13mm Barb
    3 x Male Quick Disconnect to 1/2 BSP Male
    3 x Male Quick Connect to 1/2 BSP Female
    1 x 30cm False Bottom
    1 x 1/2 inch Ball Valve 
    1 x 13mm Stainless Barb to 1/2 BSP Female
    2 x Keggle Lids
    6 x Stepless Clamps 20.5mm
    1 x New Zealand Wood Mash Paddle
    1 x Hop Spider
    Labour

    You will also need:
    - Your own BBQ gas cylinder
    - A stainless bench (this was $150 from bunnings as shown in photo)
    - Some garden hose to attach to a female quick disconnect for use when chilling the wort in the kettle

    Please click here for assembly instructions

    Brief Introduction
    This system is designed with 3 x 58L keggles so you can brew a batch of beer that is up to 50L in size.

    The 3 keggles are:
    1. HLT (hot liquor tank) - Includes 2200 watt heating element which is controlled using the Temperature Controller. Includes ball valve and thermowell .
    2. Mash Tun - with 30cm false bottom, ball valve, 3” temperature dial and ball valve
    3. Kettle – Includes stainless ball valve

    How to use your 3 Vessel HERMs Brewery
    Step 1 – Heat Strike Water
    Preheat water in HLT (approximately 75-80C).
    Step 2 – Mash
    Transfer water from HLT to the Mash Tun using the pump to begin mash. Once your at your desired level of strike water add your grains and stir thoughly with the Mash Paddle ensuring there are no dough balls.
    Step 3 – Recirculate Mash/Step Mash
    Use the pump to recirculate the wort through the 14 Immersion Chiller which you sit in the HLT. Ensure the HLT is at least 50% full so there is enough hot water to use as a heat exchanger and for use as your sparge water. The recirculation process will enable you to heat up the mash tun or maintain temperature, it will also help to clear your wort.
    Step 4 – Sparge
    Use the pump to pump hot water from HLT to the Mash Tun. While the hot water is entering the mash tun open the ball valve on the mash tun and using gravity drain your wort into the Kettle, try to keep the flow out of the mash tun appoximately the same as the flow into the mash tun.
    Step 5 –  Boil
    After you have collected the desired amount of wort into your kettle fire up the burner, add hops and other additions as per your recipe.
    Step 6 – Chill
    Place the immersion chiller into the kettle with 15 minutes left in your boil to sterilise the chiller. Attach garden hose to chiller and start flow of cold tap water. Stir the kettle to accellerate the cooling process.
    Step 7 - Add to fermenter
    Using the pump trasfer your wort into your cleaned and sanitised Fermenter

    Note: Does not include the Stainless Bench

    If you are ordering this Brewery for delivery then you will need to install the ball valves, thermowell and heating element as we cannot ship with these fitted, we will drill all the holes and connect all the fittings except for making the hoses as you may wish to make them to the lengths you require depending on your bench.
    If you are picking up from our store in Springvale then all these items will be fitted for you.

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  10. 3 Vessel RIMS Brewery - Electric (unassembled)

    3 Vessel RIMS Brewery - Electric (unassembled)

    Price: AU$1,499.00

    This three vessel RIMS electric brewery kit includes:

    3 x 58L Keggles with 1/2 inch Ball Valve Assemblies
    3 x 2200 Watt Element
    3 x IEC Cable for 2200w Element
    1 x RIMS Heat Stick Heat Exchanger Housing
    1 x Poly Bulkhead
    1 x Bi-Metal Weldless Thermometer
    1 x Magnetic Drive Pump
    2 x Temperature Controller
    3 x 1m of Silicon Tube
    1 x Stainless Thermowell
    7 x Female Quick Disconnect to 13mm Barb
    5 x Male Quick Disconnect to 1/2 BSP Male
    1 x Male Quick Connect to 1/2 BSP Female
    1 x 30cm False Bottom
    1 x 1/2 inch Ball Valve 
    1 x 13mm Stainless Barb to 1/2 BSP Female
    2 x Keggle Lids
    6 x Stepless Clamps 20.5mm
    1 x New Zealand Wood Mash Paddle
    1 x Hop Spider
    1 x 20mm TCT Holesaw
    1 x 32mm TCT Holesaw

    You will also need:
    - A stainless bench (this was $150 from bunnings as shown in photo)

    Please click here for assembly instructions

    Brief Introduction
    This system is designed with 3 x 58L keggles so you can brew a batch of beer that is up to 40L in size.

    The 3 keggles are:
    1. HLT (hot liquor tank) - With 2200 watt heating element which is controlled using the Temperature Controller. Includes ball valve and thermowell .
    2. Mash Tun - with 30cm false bottom, ball valve, 3” temperature dial and ball valve
    3. Kettle – With 2200w Element, includes stainless ball valve

    How to use your 3 Vessel RIMS Brewery
    Step 1 – Heat Strike Water
    Preheat water in HLT (approximately 75-80C).
    Step 2 – Mash
    Transfer water from HLT to the Mash Tun using the pump to begin mash. Once your at your desired level of strike water add your grains and stir thoughly with the Mash Paddle ensuring there are no dough balls.
    Step 3 – Recirculate Mash/Step Mash
    Use the pump to recirculate the wort through the RIMS stick which is controlled by your temperature controller. The recirculation process will enable you to heat up the mash tun or maintain temperature, it will also help to clear your wort.
    Step 4 – Sparge
    Use the pump to pump hot water from HLT to the Mash Tun. While the hot water is entering the mash tun open the ball valve on the mash tun and using gravity drain your wort into the Kettle, try to keep the flow out of the mash tun appoximately the same as the flow into the mash tun.
    Step 5 –  Boil
    After you have collected the desired amount of wort into your kettle turn on the element, add hops and other additions as per your recipe.
    Step 6 – Chill
    We do not suppy any chilling devices with this kit so you can use a hot cube technique but using a 20L cube alternatively you can use an Immersion Chiller or Plate Chiller.
    Step 7 - Add to fermenter
    Using the pump trasfer your wort into your cleaned and sanitised Fermenter

    Note: Does not include the Stainless Bench

    If you are doing a full 50L batch we would suggest adding a 2nd 2200w Element to your kettle

    Note: Be aware that 2200 watt elements use almost 10 amps which is the largest amount that you can run from a standard power socket.  If 2 elements are used on the brewery it is recommended to use an extension lead to connect the second element to an different circuit in your house wiring.

    Assembly required

    Learn More
  11. 3 Vessel RIMS Brewery - Gas (unassembled)

    3 Vessel RIMS Brewery - Gas (unassembled)

    Price: AU$1,599.00

    This three vessel RIMS Gas brewery kit includes:

    3 x 58L Keggles with 1/2 inch Ball Valve Assemblies
    2 x 2200 Watt Element
    2 x IEC Cable for 2200w Element
    1 x RIMS Heat Stick Heat Exchanger Housing 
    1 x High Pressure Burner LPG with Regulator
    1 x Poly Bulkhead
    1 x Bi-Metal Weldless Thermometer
    1 x Magnetic Drive Pump
    2 x Temperature Controller
    3 x 1m of Silicon Tube
    1 x Stainless Thermowell
    1 x High Pressure 3 Leg Burner with Regulator
    6 x Female Quick Disconnect to 13mm Barb
    6 x Male Quick Disconnect to 1/2 BSP Male
    1 x Male Quick Connect to 1/2 BSP Female
    1 x 30cm False Bottom
    1 x 1/2 inch Ball Valve 
    1 x 13mm Stainless Barb to 1/2 BSP Female
    2 x Keggle Lids
    6 x Stepless Clamps 20.5mm
    1 x New Zealand Wood Mash Paddle
    1 x Hop Spider
    1 x 20mm TCT Holesaw
    1 x 32mm TCT Holesaw

    You will also need:
    - Your own BBQ gas cylinder
    - A stainless bench (this was $150 from bunnings as shown in photo)

    Please click here for assembly instructions

    Brief Introduction
    This system is designed with 3 x 58L keggles so you can brew a batch of beer that is up to 50L in size.

    The 3 keggles are:
    1. HLT (hot liquor tank) - with 2200 watt heating element which is controlled using the Temperature Controller. Includes ball valve and thermowell .
    2. Mash Tun - with 30cm false bottom, ball valve, 3” temperature dial and ball valve
    3. Kettle – Includes stainless ball valve

    How to use your 3 Vessel HERMs Brewery
    Step 1 – Heat Strike Water
    Preheat water in HLT (approximately 75-80C).
    Step 2 – Mash
    Transfer water from HLT to the Mash Tun using the pump to begin mash. Once your at your desired level of strike water add your grains and stir thoughly with the Mash Paddle ensuring there are no dough balls.
    Step 3 – Recirculate Mash/Step Mash
    Use the pump to recirculate the wort through the RIMS stick. The recirculation process will enable you to heat up the mash tun or maintain temperature, it will also help to clear your wort. With the temperature probe from your controller in the Poly Bulkhead in the RIMS stick it will turn the element in and off to maintain the correct mash temerature.
    Step 4 – Sparge
    Use the pump to pump hot water from HLT to the Mash Tun. While the hot water is entering the mash tun open the ball valve on the mash tun and using gravity drain your wort into the Kettle, try to keep the flow out of the mash tun appoximately the same as the flow into the mash tun.
    Step 5 –  Boil
    After you have collected the desired amount of wort into your kettle fire up the burner, add hops and other additions as per your recipe.
    Step 6 – Chill
    We do not suppy any chilling devices with this kit so you can use a hot cube technique but using a 20L cube alternatively you can use an Immersion Chiller or Plate Chiller
    Step 7 - Add to fermenter
    Using the pump trasfer your wort into your cleaned and sanitised Fermenter

    Note: Does not include the Stainless Bench


    Learn More

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