Jun 04, 2018 by Bob

Q: Is the heating element welded in place like the Mash and Boil or can it be replaced if needed?

A: It is welded in place like the Mash & Boil and Grainfather, and cannot be replaced.

May 03, 2018 by Tim

Q: I'm interested in the 240v version of the RoboBrew. Do you have plans to ever offer it? I've been electric brewing for quiet a long time and the US version at 1500 watts is just not enough.

A: Not at this time.

Apr 15, 2018 by Darrell

Q: Do you stock the parts to convert my older model to the cam lock couplers on the spare arm

A: No

Jan 25, 2018 by Jeff S

Q: In your opinion which is the better choice, the Robobrew or the Mash and Boil unit? I realize the Robobrew has a pump but it wouldn't be too difficult to utilize an after market pump for the same purpose. Please answer via email Thank you!!

A: Jeff: The Mash & Boil is simpler and a little better quality, the Robobrew features a built in pump. If you must have a pump, the Robobrew is the way to go, but if you are used to single temperature mashing like in a rubbermaid cooler, the Mash & Boil is easier to use.

Dec 20, 2017 by Dave

Q: What are the dimensions of the RoboBrew?

A: 33" tall with recirculation arm installed, 26" tall without arm, 13" wide.

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