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The Best Electric Home Brewing Systems Under $1,000

There are two main methods of home brewing beer. One is called extract and the other is known as all grain home brewing. With extract, you use either powdered malt sugar or malt syrup that has been extracted for you. With all grain home brewing, you extract the starches from the grain yourself and then convert them to sugar during the mashing process. All grain home brewing is considered to be more advance than extract brewing since it is more complex and you have greater control over the beer you make.

If you have tried extract home brewing and are ready to move to all grain, I have created a list of my top 3 all in one turnkey all grain home beer brewing systems. For my list I have chosen 3 affordable home brewing systems that will allow you to brew 5 gallon batches of beer.

 

RoboBrew Home Brewing System

RoboBrew Home Brewing System

#1 The RoboBrew Homebrewing System $479

The RoboBrew v3 is an electric home brewing system costs $479 and comes with everything that you need to start brewing all grain beer recipes. The RoboBrew features a built-in magnetic drive pump to recirculate the wort during the mash for high efficient brewing. The RoboBrew also features dual electric heating elements run off of a single 110 volt plug and has individual switches allowing for more control over the heating process.

The RoboBrew’s digital control panel makes it easy to see the temperature as you brew. The Robo Brew’s digital temperature controller is also water resistant so you don’t need to worry about spills or some water dripping down the side. The Robo Brew home brewery includes a stainless steel malt pipe with false bottom allowing you to quickly shift from mash tun to boil kettle. The Robobrew v3 even includes a stainless steel wort chiller is shipped with bare ends so you can set it up for your situation.

The RoboBrew costs $479 and can be purchased here.

Information on the RoboBrew was found at HomebrewingCoupon.com

 

GrainFather Homebrewing System

GrainFather Homebrewing System

#2 The GrainFather Home Brewing System $998

The GrainFather home beer brewing system is an electric home brewing system costs $998. The Grain Father home beer brewing is an all in one Brewing System with a hefty feature set! The Grain Father has a small footprint and uses standard 120 v power. Mashing in the Grain Father takes place in the inner Stainless Steel brewing basket. The wort recirculates through the perforated plate. This Grain Father electric home brewing system includes a counter flow homebrewing chiller for cooling wort post boil. Best of all, the Grain Father uses the Connect Control Box in conjunction with the Connect App for the ultimate home beer brewing experience. The control box has Bluetooth connection to your mobile device so it can be controlled remotely making your brew day a snap.

The GrainFather Home Brewery Can Be Purchased Here

Information on the GrainFather brewing system was found at HomebrewingCoupon.com

 

Brewers Edge Homebrewing System

Brewers Edge Homebrewing System

The Brewers Edge Electric Home Brewing System $299

If you are looking for the most cost effective all grain home brewing system available, look no further. The Brewer’s Edge plugs into any 110 volt GFI household outlet. The Mash and Boil features double wall stainless steel construction. This design enhancement conserves heat and lets you reach a boil faster! You can achieve a rolling boil with only 110 volts and 1600 watts! The Brewers Edge’s precise thermostat and internal sparge basket lets you mash and boil in the same vessel.

The Brewers Edge Home Brewing System Can Be Purchased Here

Information on the Brewers Edge home brewing system was found at HomebrewingCoupon.com and https://homebrewingbeer.quora.com

 

 

1 Comment

  1. I converted from a garage brewing setup 4 years ago, where I used propane burners and a 10 gallon Igloo mash tun for my first 91 all grain brews. I now have a Grainfather manual controller that I have used for over 55 brews and it is great. Very dependable, very flexible and forgiving. The only item I added is the Graincoat insulated jacket, which I highly recommend. The Grainfather Community is a very supportive website that I am using more and more. I do apartment brewing on the patio and the Grainfather allows me to enjoy my brew days, and my whole setup packs away in the storeroom very compactly, ready for another day.

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