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Grainfather complete with new control box.
The Grainfather takes the best brewing practices from craft breweries and puts them into a simple to use, all in one system to ensure everyone can brew a professional craft beer at home, no matter their brewing experience.
Into distilling? Simply change the top to the Alchemist Series Pot Still Setup and you can distil from grain too. What more could you ask for?
This superior unit includes:
304 grade stainless steel superior body
Tempered glass lid
Magnetic drive pump (6 watt, 1800 RPM)
Expandable grain basket to suit all sized grain bills
Bottom mesh for grain basket
Built in electric element
Gauze Filter to keep hops and stray grain in the boiler
Temperature and pump control
Recirculation pipe with insulated handle
Clips to attach Alchemist Series Pot Still Setup for distilling
30 L (8 US Gal) capacity
2000 watt element
Counter Flow Wort Chiller with copper inner coil
Use the Connect Control Box in conjunction with the Connect App (and the recipe creator coming soon) for the ultimate brewing experience. The control box has Bluetooth connection to your mobile device so it can be controlled remotely. This allows you to multitask or simply relax while brewing and then be alerted when to return to your next step.
-PID algorithm works in conjunction with a triac for more stable heating and so you can control power output
-Programmable step mashing
-Delayed heating - fill your Grainfather with water the night before and wake up to your water at strike temperature ready for brewing straight away
-Change between celsius and fahrenheit easily
-Waterproof graphic display
-Use in manual mode or with app
-Grainfather Connect App
Please note that in certain countries alcohol distillation is illegal and you will require a licence. Contact your local Customs and Excise Department. We would point out it is illegal to manufacture spirits in the UK without a distiller’s licence which is required under the provisions of section 12 of the Alcoholic Liquor Duties Act 1979 and this includes manufacture for own/domestic use.