Aug 08, 2020 by PJ

Q: Is it necessary/recommended to recirculate wort with this unit?

A: It is not necessary, you can infusion mash in this unit at one temperature. Some brewers like to drain a quart of so of wort during the mash and mix it into the top of the grain basket for a recirculation effect.


May 22, 2019 by Ray

Q: The temperature controller says it can do 45F. Does this mean that this mean it has the ability to cool, or does it heat only? If heat only, how would it hold up to the entire unit being kept in a thermostat controlled fridge at about 65F?

A: No, it does not having cooling ability. If you set it at 65 degrees F. it will work fine.


Feb 15, 2019 by Tinyee

Q: What is the lowest temperature I can set, like if I want to do a kettle sour? Could it be set down to 100F?

A: Yes it can be set to 100 F or lower.


Dec 27, 2018 by Raumin

Q: Can I use this as a fermenter?

A: Yes, after boiling your wort you will need to empty the unit, clean out the trub, and then pour the wort back in. Use the optional distiling/fermenting lid (item L14) along with a #10 stopper (item R61) and an airlock (item E01).


Dec 12, 2018 by Idar Hoydal

Q: Have read all the comments, but I also know that home brewers are like golfers, notorious liars. This is a very good system, but why haven't you perfected it by putting in a circulation pump? Then you can add all the water at once, no sparge needed.

A: The Mash & Boil with Pump has just been released. See our item B95.


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