This three vessel Budget brewery kit includes: 1 x 58L Keggle with 1/2 inch Ball valve Assemblies1 x Turbo Boiler -2000 Watt + Lid with No Hole1 x Insulated Mash Tun with False Bottom1 x 2200w element1 x IEC power cable1 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 20.5mm1 x Digital Pocket Thermometer1 x 32mm TCT HolesawPlease 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 bottom3. Kettle – Includes stainless ball valve How to use your 3 Vessel BreweryStep 1 – Heat Strike WaterPreheat 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 – BoilAfter 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 ChillUsing 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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