NEW Bluetooth Model Grainfather, Connect AUTO, All Grain Mash Brewing System: Now 36 Month/3 Year Warranty
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All Grainfather systems either sold individually or in packages are new and up dated models.
The Grainfather is an all in one craft brewing system which allows the brewer to make beer from scratch. Mash brewing can be a complex and difficult process but the Grainfather is a single vessel system designed to make the process of all grain brewing simple, enjoyable and most importantly affordable. The Grainfather gives home brewers the chance to really experiment with all grain brewing and gain control over their brewing ingredients and process. The options are limitless.
Built into the boiler is a temperature control, two heating elements (500W and 1500W), recirculating pump and counter flow chiller
Features of the Grainfather:
- Step mash capability
- Made from 304 grade stainless steel, tempered glass, copper cooling coil, plus more.
- Built in magnetic drive pump
- 30L capacity, meaning it can produce approximately 23L of craft beer at one time.
- The 1800rpm magnetic drive pump helps extract all sugars in the grain giving optimal brewing efficiency.
- This breakthrough product has a unique expandable grain basket, meaning it can make both very high ABV beers (almost 10%) as well as lower ABV beers.
- digital STC 200 temperature controller.
- 2 elements installed , a smaller one for step mashes and a 2000w element for the boil
- The Counter Flow Wort Chiller is an impressive and efficient add-on – The Grainfather Counter Flow Wort Chiller runs wort through a counter flow copper coil, chilling one way while hot liquid goes the other. It chills 25L of brewing wort in under 20 minutes! It also runs the chilled wort from The Grainfather straight into a separate fermenter, without the need for pouring. Too easy!
- Another breakthrough feature, like no other before it, is that it can be changed into a pot still by fitting on the Still Spirits brand’s Alembic Pot Still setup for making your own whiskeys from grain.