Brewzilla 65 Liter 3.1.1 (discontinued)

  • Item #I92
  • Price: $799.99
  • Part #KL07463

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Are you looking for a single vessel brewery to do double batches? Do you have a dedicated 220 volt power outlet plug like the type used by window air conditioners or portable welders? Then consider the 17 gallon capacity Brewzilla 3.1 65 Liter Brewery for your 10 gallon batches. This 220 volt 15 amp brewery has over 3kw of power so you can get up to boil in no time.  Maximum grain capacity is 36 lbs. This is the latest 3.1.1 version.

The Brewzilla 65 Liter 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. The lower watt density also means the elements are much easier to clean. Cleaning is one of the worst parts about all grain brewing but single vessel breweries like this minimize this pain and make it fast to clean up. When the recirculation arm and lid are off the dimensions are 26" x 26" x 34" tall. The 220 plug included is a NEMA 6-30P (see picture above), which plugs into a NEMA 6-30R 15 amp 220 volt receptacle.

Click HERE for an instruction manual.

NOTE: The Brewzilla 65 Liter requires a 220 volt outlet and will not work on a 110 volt outlet, nor with a step up transformer, as its power draw is too great for 110 volts.
Average rating 10 out of 10 ( based on 3 reviews )

Brewing beast!

Review by Darren on 12/25/2020

I’ve owned a v2, v3, and now this v3.1.1 65L version of the robobrew/brewzilla, and I have to say this is excellent. So many tweaks fixed over the generations, but the 220V aspect is amazing with such fast heating. I’ve cut at least an hour off my brew day and I’m doing a double batch! Overall a really nice product!

Really 4 1/2 stars

Review by Bobby on 5/3/2020

The Brewzilla 65l works great. The pump is near silent heats pretty fast and the controls are super easy to work. The one thing about it that I found a little weird was the cord. It is a thirty amp cord that I have never seen installed, not in 15+ years as an electrician. While this may sound like criticism I think the reasoning is just that. You can’t mix up the cord with anything else. The corresponding “plug” is sold at most hardware stores. One thing to know is that you need to have a gfci breaker in the panel or built into the cord. That is going to cost around 80 to 150 dollars extra depending on how you do it.

Brewzilla 65L

Review by Mark Lloyd on 8/3/2019

Impressive and very functional design. Coming from a 3 vessel brew system I was looking to reduce space and simplify my brew day including clean-up. The Brewzilla 65L checked all the boxes for me. The three heaters performed great! Easily boiling 13 gallons in a most reasonable time. Maintain mash temp was a breeze and the built in pump performed flawlessly. Will be getting a hop spider for future batches because the bottom screen catches all the hops to the point of restricting water transfer above the heaters. Over all a great unit and Williams Brewing is Tops!

Dec 02, 2020 by Justin Stevens

Q: Is this in stock?

A: Yes, our website has real time accurate inventory, and if you can put it in your cart, it is in stock for immediate shipment.

Dec 03, 2019 by Dov L-N

Q: My 220v receptacle is different from this plug. Looks to me like it's type Nema 14-30r. Can I use a 6-30p to 14-30r adapter and run the Brewzilla in my kitchen? I found 1 by AC Works @Home Depot & 1 @Amazon; expensive, but I'll spend $60 if it'll work!

A: We can't recommend you make any changes to the power cord. Please consult with a licensed electrician.

Jun 28, 2019 by Ken

Q: Just a comment> There are actually TWO types of plugs pictured. One is in the discrete picture. The other is at the end of the cord in the picture showing the bottom of the vessel, and is common in OZ. Should be obvious, but you never know.

A: The discrete picture is the correct plug, the other one in the picture of the bottom of the unit is the plug for the Australian market, which is not on our units.

Jun 27, 2019 by David

Q: What sort of 220 plug does this have? Is it the same as a window mount air conditioner?

A: It has a Nema 6-30P, which connects to NEMA 6-30R receptacle in a 220 volt 30 amp circuit. This is the same plug used in larger window mount air conditioners, portable electric heaters, air compressors, and heavy duty welders.

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