The Grainfather

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  • Regular price $890.00


The Grainfather is your all in one brewing system, to make beer from grain. The sleek look, user friendly design, and innovative features, make this your perfect brewing companion for both experienced and beginner all grain brewers.

The Grainfather has free shipping to the lower 48 US states.


Features

Kettle

Made from high quality 304 grade stainless steel with a 8 Gallon capacity, designed to make up to 6 gallons of beer from one brew.


Electric

Fitted with a dual element so that the correct power can be used for each stage of the brewing process. A 600 watt element is used during the mashing process, to keep temperature stable, even and consistent across the base to minimize risk of scorching and a second 1,600 watt element is used for boiling.

Control Box

The temperature controller and temperature probe fitted into the bottom of the Grainfather combined with the constant recirculating helps to ensure accurate temperature control. Two switches control the pump and element. The control box is easily removable for cleaning.

Pump

A 6 Watt, 1,800 RPM magnetic powered pump to recirculate the wort through the grain bed and also used during the cooling stage to pump hot wort through the wort chiller. A pump filter is fitted inside the Grainfather to prevent hops and stray grain from entering the pump or pipework, keeping the wort clear while also preventing any blockages.

Grain Basket

Stainless steel grain basket allows for grain bills between 10lbs to 20lbs of grain. For sparging, the basket is lifted and turned 45 degrees to rest the basket’s feet on the specially designed support ring to allow the grain basket to drain while you can batch sparge over the top.

Wort Chiller

6 gallons of wort can be cooled in as little as 20 minutes. The cooled wort temperature will be cooled to approximately 5 degrees F above your tap water temperature.

Support

All Grainfathers come with a 12 month warranty.

PLEASE NOTE: All new Grainfathers contain a yellow packaging strip in the boiler. This should be discarded before you begin brewing.