Q: What is the interior diameter and height of the boiler with the grain/mash basket removed?

A: 11.75" in diameter, 18.5" inches deep.

Jun 13, 2017 by Dale

Q: Can this be used to distill using the B80 Still lid, and T500 Condenser?

A: Yes, that is what it is also designed to do.

Jun 12, 2017 by Michael

Q: What is the warranty for the RoboBrew?

A: 1 year

Jun 10, 2017 by Gabe

Q: How do you set up the delayed start?

A: We have just added a video on how to do this on our site. Look for product B72 and view the bottom video.

Jun 06, 2017 by TC909

Q: What is the highest gravity beer that can be brewed considering you recommend no more than a 6.5 gallon boil?

A: We are more comfortable with a 6 gallon boil which boils down to 5.5 or 5 gallons after an hour or so. If you go with a 6.5 gallon boil, keeping the gravity at 1.075 or less would be prudent. For a 5.5 gallon boil, keeping the gravity at 1.078 or less would be best.

Jun 17, 2017 by mghQ:What is the interior diameter and height of the boiler with the grain/mash basket removed?A:11.75" in diameter, 18.5" inches deep.Jun 13, 2017 by DaleQ:Can this be used to distill using the B80 Still lid, and T500 Condenser?A:Yes, that is what it is also designed to do.Jun 12, 2017 by MichaelQ:What is the warranty for the RoboBrew?A:1 yearJun 10, 2017 by GabeQ:How do you set up the delayed start?A:We have just added a video on how to do this on our site. Look for product B72 and view the bottom video.Jun 06, 2017 by TC909Q:What is the highest gravity beer that can be brewed considering you recommend no more than a 6.5 gallon boil?A:We are more comfortable with a 6 gallon boil which boils down to 5.5 or 5 gallons after an hour or so. If you go with a 6.5 gallon boil, keeping the gravity at 1.075 or less would be prudent. For a 5.5 gallon boil, keeping the gravity at 1.078 or less would be best.