Is Robobrew same as BrewZilla?

Is Robobrew same as BrewZilla?

Since this review was released the Robobrew has been rebranded to the BrewZilla. Features and specs may vary from the version reviewed. The Robobrew is an electric all-in-one eBIAB system. It allows you to brew the complexity of all-grain batches with the simplicity of electric heat/control in a single vessel system.

How much water to mash with robobrew?

So for a 5KG batch of grains you’d need 20.7l/5.5 gallons to start your mash. They also said boil off rate is 0.6 gallon per hour. Assuming I wanted 5.5 gallons in the fermenter, I’d need 6.1 gallons pre boil after sparging to make the difference up.

How much grain can a Robobrew hold?

18 pounds
Robobrew can hold up to 9 gallons, handle 18 pounds of grain and recirculate the wort, making 5-6 gallon batches a breeze.

How much grain can a BrewZilla hold?

The BrewZilla manual states that the malt pipe is designed to take up to 9kg of grain, however if you were to try and use this volume of grain you’d likely suffer from poor efficiency.

How do you use Robobrew?

Simply set the temperature to 120C and turn on both elements. Once the Robobrew has started to boil normally the single 1900 watt element is sufficient to maintain a constant rolling boil. Then make your hop additions as per your recipe. The Robobrew includes a immersion cooling coil.

How do you calculate mash water?

  1. Strike water volume = weight of grain X Desired mash thickness.
  2. Mash Water Volume = Strike Water Volume + Grain absorption.
  3. Total Mash Tun Volume = Volume of strike water + Volume of Grain.

How do you calculate mash volume?

At a ratio of (2) quarts per pound, the total volume of this mash would be 8.3*(42+32)=616.6 fluid ounces or (dividing by 128) 4.8 gallons….Sizing the Tun.

Units Volume at Mash Ratio Volume of Grain Alone
U.S. @ 1 qt/lb. = 42 fluid oz. 10 fluid oz.
Metric @ 1l/500g = 1.325 liters 325 milliliters

Who makes the BrewZilla?

Robobrew BrewZilla
Robobrew BrewZilla V3 All Grain Brewing System With Pump – 65L/17.1G (220v)

Do you need to Sparge with Robobrew?

The perfect example is sparging: traditionally, sparging is essential and so important that it borders on an art-form. However, in an all-in-one or “brew in a bag” gravity does much more than you’d think. So nailing your targets can be done with little to no sparging as you’ll see below.

How do you clean Robobrew?

Cleaning the BrewZilla couldn’t be easier. After adding water and powdered cleaner to the kettle, I turn both elements and the pump on to recirculate the hot cleaning solution. After about 5 minutes, I run clean hot water through the system for a final rinse before disassembling and setting it aside to dry.