Jan 28, 2018 by Don

Q: is there a hole in the lid? What size is it?

A: There is a 1/8" hole in the standard lid included with the Mash & Boil intended for a long stem dial or digital thermometer.


Jan 15, 2018 by Josh

Q: What do you do if you get condensation in the controller? Is the unit wrecked?

A: No, moisture has found its way inside the base which could be due to water under the base or a leak. Typically this happens when you place the unit on a wet surface, and the heat from the unit heats the puddle it is lying in, and moisture gets in through one of the bottom holes in the base. To get rid of this, unplug the unit and turn it upside down. Leave it for 5 days to dry out and the moisture will disappear. This also could be an indication of a leak. A leak can be caused by the valve back nut not being tight enough. Check the back nut with a wrench to make sure it is tight to make sure this is not the problem.


Jan 14, 2018 by Mike

Q: Is it possible to use “The Trub Trapper” in my mash and boil?

A: We do not sell the Trub Trapper so we do not know for sure.


Jan 04, 2018 by Walter

Q: What is the interior depth? Would like to know for the chiller dimensions.

A: The interior depth is 18.25"


Dec 14, 2017 by Anthony Armstrong

Q: I have just received a Boil & Mash - I am thinking of using it as a fermenter with the distilling lid. After mashing & boiling is there a significant 'trub' and if so, would I need to somehow get rid of it before fermenting in the unit ?

A: Yes there is, and for best results, you will need to pour off your fresh wort into another container, clean out the trub and hop particles, and then put it back in the Mash & Boil.


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