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Braumeister Plus - 50 L Brewmaster
Speidel Braumeister Plus Electric Brewery- 50 L / 13.2gal. (230V)
Speidel Braumeister Plus Electric Brewery- 50 L / 13.2gal. (230V)
Speidel Braumeister Plus Electric Brewery- 50 L / 13.2gal. (230V)
Speidel Braumeister Plus Electric Brewery- 50 L / 13.2gal. (230V)
Speidel Braumeister Plus Electric Brewery- 50 L / 13.2gal. (230V)
Speidel Braumeister Plus Electric Brewery- 50 L / 13.2gal. (230V)
Speidel Braumeister Plus Electric Brewery- 50 L / 13.2gal. (230V)
Speidel Braumeister Plus Electric Brewery- 50 L / 13.2gal. (230V)

Speidel Braumeister Plus Electric Brewery- 50 L / 13.2gal. (230V)

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    Why Buy From Happy Hops Home Brewing
    The Braumeister is an all-in-one, electric all-grain brewing system. The Braumeister features an automation and ease-of-use that is unparalleled in brewing all-grain beer at home. Plus we love the quality of beer produced on these machines. If you're looking for the highest-quality all-in-one unit, these German-engineered brewing systems are it.

    The Braumeister Plus models feature a welded jacket, eliminating the need for a separate wort chiller.  These jackets have 1" male threading, and aside from cooling, also serve as additional insulation to help you during heating. The jacket also opens the door for using the Braumeister as a temperature controlled fermenter—see the video below. A Dump Valve tap has been added to the base of the unit to make emptying and cleaning that much easier as well.

    The control panel showcases a large LED screen, allowing for easier recipe viewing and manipulation, as well as a memory bank to actually store recipes for future brews.

    Advantages of the Braumeister
    First, the system has a small footprint and is powered by electricity, allowing you to brew inside, in a confined space, without the inherent dangers of using an open flame. Secondly, this unit is very easy to use as you mash the grain and then boil the wort in the same vessel. We also love the automation and control. Before you brew you set the controller with the different temperatures you wish to attain (advice is given on what to set) and the built-in heating element and pump do the rest. The Braumeister is especially ideal for step-mashing, which many brewers think is the preferred way to brew lager beers.

    Walking Through the Brew Process
    On Brew Day, you are going to assemble your Braumeister with the mash tub and bottom screen. You will fill the unit with filtered water to a notch on the center post - easy. The controller reads in °C or °F, and you can set it to different temperatures you wish to reach. Advice is given in the manual. When your water is the correct temperature, a beep alerts you to add grain. Stir in your grain, lock down the top screen (so now there is a screen on the bottom and the top) and start the mash. During the mash wort is constantly recirculated through the grain bed from the bottom up, reverse of most all-in-one systems. The liquid wort flows up through the mash and then cascades down between the mash tub and the outer wall of the Braumeister. There it is collected by the pump and pushed back through the mash. When the mash is complete, another beep will alert you to remove the entire mash tub, which sets on top of the Braumeister to drain for a period of time. At this point you can choose to rinse the mash with hot water or to just add water directly the wort. Push another button and the boil starts and will run for however long you program it. When the boil stops, begin chilling your wort.

    What About Efficiency?
    This was our main question because with the Braumeister you are skipping a traditional sparge. The continual recirculation of wort during the mash results in a satisfactory efficiency.


    Disadvantages of the Braumeister
    You need to have a source of 220V power and the ability to adapt the European plug to North American 220V (we recommend a certified electrician). If you have that then using electricity can become an advantage. Because of size constraints of the mash tub the largest starting gravity beer you can brew is between 1.060 to 1.065. You can always add DME to the boil for an occasional big beer brew.

    • The original all-in-one brewery still made in Germany!
    • 5" touchscreen is easy to use and guides you through the brewing process
    • Brew all-grain beer inside your home—no gas burner needed
    • Built-in cooling jacket eliminates the need for awkward wort chillers
    • 2R interior stainless finish with electropolished heating coil
    • The "Mercedes®" of brewing systems. When you want the best, this is it.

    Never ceasing to improve upon the original Braumeister design, Speidel has taken this unit a step further with the new 5" touch screen control panel. The new automatic control system brews with your custom recipes and guides you through the brewing process. Now with integrated WiFi and bluetooth as standard, recipes and software updates can be synced automatically. Speidel Braumeister continues to be the all-in-one brewing system for brewers that demand the highest quality.

    The Braumeister is the original all-in-one, electric all-grain brewing system. Designed and patented in Germany over a decade ago, it has since been copied around the world. Still made in Germany today by Speidel, a 5th generation German stainless steel manufacturer, the Braumeister is the Mercedes® of brewing systems. Speidel made a decision to not try and compete on price with the rest of the all-in-one machines that are made in China. They actually went the opposite direction improving upon the Braumeister many times. They've improved the control screen, added dimpled jackets to eliminate wort chillers, improved the programming and functionality, and created an online myspeidel.com control center along with multiple other small refinements. They also created a host of optional equipment to further enhance your brewing. If you appreciate really well-made equipment, the Braumeister is for you. It is the best of the best.

    The welded on dimpled jacket eliminates the need for a separate wort chiller and also opens the door for using the Braumeister as a temperature controlled fermenter—see the video below. These jackets have 1" male threading, and aside from cooling, a Dump Valve tap has been added to the base of the unit to make emptying and cleaning that much easier.

    Advantages of the Braumeister
    First, the system has a small footprint and is powered by electricity, allowing you to brew inside, in a confined space, without the inherent dangers of using an open flame. Secondly, this unit is very easy to use as you mash the grain and then boil the wort in the same vessel. We also love the automation and control. Before you brew you set the controller with the different temperatures you wish to attain (advice is given on what to set) and the built-in heating element and pump do the rest. The Braumeister is especially ideal for step-mashing, which many brewers think is the preferred way to brew lager beers. Based on the results of lagers we have brewed on this machine, MoreBeer! agrees. Unlike other brew systems that have the temp probe located at the bottom, the Braumeister's temperature sensor was installed inside the middle bar. This means that the temperature is measured directly in the malt and is even more accurate in combination with the new software adjustments.

    Walking Through the Brew Process
    On Brew Day, you are going to assemble your Braumeister with the mash tub and bottom screen. You will fill the unit with filtered water to a notch on the center post - easy. The water resistant touchscreen controller reads in °C or °F, and you can set it to different temperatures you wish to reach. Advice is given in the manual. When your water is the correct temperature, a beep alerts you to add grain. Stir in your grain, lock down the top screen (so now there is a screen on the bottom and the top) and start the mash. During the mash wort is constantly recirculated through the grain bed from the bottom up, reverse of most all-in-one systems. The liquid wort flows up through the mash and then cascades down between the mash tub and the outer wall of the Braumeister. There it is collected by the pump and pushed back through the mash. At any time, you can pause the pump from the controller screen. Speidel upgraded their pump to be detachable for easy cleaning and maintenance between batches. When the mash is complete, another beep will alert you to remove the entire mash tub, which sets on top of the Braumeister to drain for a period of time. At this point you can choose to rinse the mash with hot water or to just add water directly the wort. Push another button and the boil starts and will run for however long you program it. When the boil stops, begin chilling your wort.

    Features:

    • Brew in the tightest of spaces, anywhere in your home with a small footprint of counter space
    • Easy to handle brewing and cleaning, malt pipe slides up with little effort
    • Patented malt pipe technology. Wort is internally pumped from the bottom to the top for effective and gentle recirculation. No pipes are awkwardly mounted to the side of the kettle
    • Clean, contactless cooling by running cold water through the welded-on cooling jacket. No need for sanitizing and storing a separate immersion wort chiller
    • The pump is accessible beneath the unit and can be detached for cleaning and maintenance
    • Braumeister stays up-to-date with regular software updates via an integrated WiFi module
    • myspeidel.com syncs with the digital controller on your Braumeister
    • Enter a recipe in myspeidel.com, choose a recipe from the community of other users, or design a recipe in Beersmith and import it to myspeidel.com and it will come up automatically on your Braumeister's touchscreen controller
    • Edit your recipe on the fly in the touchscreen controller and it will automatically update on myspeidel.com
    • When the brew day is over, ferment your beer inside the Braumeister, using the cooling jacket to control the fermentation temp

    Technical Specifications for 50L Braumeister:

    • These units require a 220-230V connection. You should plan on hiring an electrician to install the proper socket and to wire on the appropriate plug.
    • Produces 53L of wort, which is about 50L of finished beer
    • Controllers can store up to ten recipes for easy repeat brewing!
    • 3,200-watt built-in heating capacity
    • (2) 23-watt pumps
    • 230V (protection at least 16 amp), 50-60Hz
    • Max Grain Capacity: 26.5 lbs
    • Max Fill Level: 55L (Upper Marking on Center Rod)
    • 27.5" H x 19.7" Ø
    • 53 lbs

     


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