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NOTE: Picture shown is of the G1 BoilerMakers. This product will ship with the new G2 BoilerMaker brew pots.

The BrewEasy is a revolutionary and ultra-compact all-grain brewing system that utilizes a patent-pending two kettle recirculation infusion mash process called Kettle-RIMS or K-RIMS for short. This setup gets rid of the hot liquor tank of a traditional three tier system and does away with the time consuming and somewhat complicated sparging process. Ultimately, it gives the all-grain brewer the simplicity of a brew-in-a-bag (BIAB) system, but eliminates the cloudy wort, messy and heavy lifting, all while providing better efficiency! You also get the temperature control and ramping capabilities of a traditional RIMS system. It is simple to setup and easy to use, can fit in your closet which is great for those who live in an apartment or condo, and is a very approachable way to transition from extract to all-grain brewing.



This product comes with all the pieces you need to get the ultimate BrewEasy setup, just choose the batch size you would like to brew, and you're all set! Comes with the following:

  • Two BoilerMaker brew pots (boil kettle and mash tun) and false bottom. See chart below for brew pot sizes.
  • BrewEasy adapter set with plumbing hardware, AutoSparge, and necessary tubing.
  • Floor Standing Burner with propane hose and regulator.
  • Tower of Power temperature control module.
  • Tower of Power LTE stand with Blichmann RipTide Pump.
  • **NOTE** Kettle Cart and Therminator plate chiller shown in the product images are sold separately.

BoilerMaker Brew Pots
This BrewEasy all-in system comes with two BoilerMaker brew pots. The upper pot is the mash tun and the lower pot is the boil kettle. Based on your chosen batch sizes, here are the pot sizes that come with the kit:

Batch SizeMash Tun (upper pot)Boil Kettle (lower pot)
5 gal7.5 gal10 gal
10 gal15 gal20 gal
20 gal30 gal30 gal

So, How Does it all Work?
Simply start with ALL of your brewing water (liquor) for your brew day and place about half in the lower pot (boil kettle) and the remainder in the upper pot (mash tun). Set your AutoSparge, turn on the pump, and add heat. The liquor will recirculate from the boil kettle, into the mash tun, and back into the boil kettle. Recirculation flow rate is controlled by included orifices, allowing for 6 flow settings from 0.5 - 2.0 gpm. When you're at your desired temperature, turn off the pump and add your malt. Maintaining your mash temp or even ramping through several temperature rests is a breeze with the Tower of Power LTE system that is included. Just set your temp and sit back. When you're through with your mash, simply turn off the pump and let all the wort from your mash tun drain into your brew kettle and boil as normal. It's as simple as that!

Already Own Some Blichmann Equipment? Then check out the BrewEasy Adapter Lid Kit. The kit is designed to upgrade your setup to the BrewEasy system if you already own a burner, brew pump, and the appropriately sized BoilerMaker brew pots

Can I brew smaller batches on a BrewEasy system designed for larger batches?
Yes, you can definitely do this, but there are some caveats to note and special steps will need to be taken. The challenge is two-fold: an overly thin mash bed (which can lead to cloudy wort), mixed with a lower volume in the boil kettle (which can lead to carmelization). In general, the suggestion is to purchase the system that fits the batch size you plan to brew the most. See suggestions below:

Less than 5 gal. in 5 gal. BrewEasy
It is not recommended to brew smaller than a 4 gal. finished batch size in the 5 gal. BrewEasy.

5 gal. batch in 10 gal. BrewEasy
A minimum of 10 lbs. of grain. You'll also need the 9 in. AutoSparge float rod (SKU BE-000259-00), to accommodate the smaller mash. Maintain a minimum volume of 5 gallons in the bottom kettle at all times.

10 gal. batch in 20 gal. BrewEasy
A minimum of 20 lbs. of grain. You'll also need the 12 in. AutoSparge float rod (SKU BE-000260-00) to accommodate the smaller mash. Maintain a minimum volume of 7 gallons in the bottom kettle at all times.

For shipping orders, this product is drop shipped directly from the manufacturer. Please allow 1-3 weeks for delivery. For pickup orders, we carry a supply of these in all our stores but will contact you if we are out at the time of your order.

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Great Product
Overall great product and well made. I'm only giving 4 stars because I had to redrill a hole on the tower of power LTE because they didn't line up and they sent the wrong size connects with the kit. I contacted Great Fermentations and the quick connect issue was resolved extremely fast so I'm very happy with them. Would def recommend this system.
Dec 20, 2014  |  By Michael
Great Fermentation is the best
I bought the Blichmann breweasy from Great Fermentation. The breweasy looks great. It is a great buy. I don't have alot of space so I went with this system. It does come in alot of pieces but was easy to put together. Everything went together no miss holes or defects. But i would like to say thank you to Bryan, Jenny and everyone at Great Fermentation. I switched from midwest supplies not happy with customer service. Great Fermentation was very happy to help and answered all my questions even sent me info on gelatin for clearing my beer. I will always do business with Great Fermentation and will recommend everyone give them a try. Shipping was very fast. Thank you Great Fermentation.
Feb 22, 2015  |  By Aaron Walston
Brewing like a champ
Bought this system 6 month ago and I brewed a lot of batches, so easy to use and I had great result. All my beers taste great. As soon as you adjust your recipes to the system, results are impressive, remember to always pay attention to thermometer on kettles. I am so happy about the system that I have no regret at all of my purchase. Cheers Fabrice "Frenchy"
Jun 18, 2015  |  By Fabrice bouet
Great System
There is a learning curve to the system, but it works great with decent efficiency "out of the box". I haven't even implemented any of the recommendations posted on this site and others to increase efficiency and I am getting 68% on the nose. System is easy to use and understand. My only concern is the quick cycling of the burner. Having gas takes away from any ability to "set and forget" during the mash, which I would imagine would be a benefit of the electric version. Overall, i rate this system as top notch.
Jun 18, 2015  |  By Matt
Blichmann BrewEasy
Going from extract to all-grain, this system really simplifies the process. I've brewed on other systems before and the brew easy makes brewing a breeze. Most importantly, my beers come out great and have scored excellent ratings in BJCP competitions. The clean-up is reduced which allows more time to enjoy the end of your brew day. The only issues I've encountered on my journey to brewing easy is: 1. BeerSmith or similar programs don't have a user friendly profiles built for spargeless systems. I fount that using BIAB for a mash profile works the best. 2. Brun Water has not proven me to be a spargeless friendly program. I've even upgraded to the full version. This could be user error but from my experience, you should cross reference your results with another water program. Again, a guess, but these programs weren't originally designed for spargeless systems. 3. The Blichmann rubber fittings on the G2 spouts absorb a lot of heat and loosen over time. 4. Stuck sparges have happened and really screwed up my brew day. This occurred with a wheat beer and a high gravity stout. I believe this was my fault as I had circulating valves wide open. As with any system, I suggest adjusting your values during the mash process. 5. If you love high gravity beers, consider getting a the larger system. I purchased a 5 gallon breweasy and the 7.5 gallon mash tun makes it difficult to brew a high gravity beers and yield 5 gallons. If you have the 5 gallon system, stick to 3 gallon (high gravity) batches. Upside, you get to brew more! Overall, I love this system and I wouldn't trade it for the standard brewing setup. My efficiency has been great and my beers have been even better! Thank you Blichmann!
Aug 6, 2016  |  By Brian
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