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 Brew Zilla 65 Litre




 BrewZilla 65L - Gen.3.0

Are you looking for an awesome single vessel brewery to do double batches?  The BrewZilla is the answer.

This brewery is the next generation of Robobrew units and its been made with various improvements to electronics, components, handle design and many other aspects.


This very capable 15amp brewery has over 3kw of power so you can get up to boil in no time.

Ultra Low Watt Density 

This brewery has been made with ultra low watt density elements.  This means less caramelisation and also makes this brewery capable of producing very light beers with very little maillard effect.  This is also particularly good with high gravity beers or barley lines that can sometimes get some degree of scortching in other breweries with higher watt density.  The lower watt density also means the elements are much easier to clean.

Easy to Use
This is the easiest 65L brewery on the market and it's dead simple to use.  Even if you have never all grain brewed before you will pick it up in no time with this fantastic single vessel brewery.

Easy to Clean
Cleaning is one of the worst parts about all grain brewing but single vessle breweries like this minimise this pain and make it fast to clean up.

Lets face it, we could all do with more storage space.  This single vessel brewery packs up into a box that is 60cm x 60cm x 85cm tall so it only takes up a small space in your garage.  You wont find a more compact brewery of this brewing capacity anywhere else.

Warrant and Customer Service

Backed by KegLand customer service and full back to base warranty. 

The All In One Brewery alternative with re-circulation pump as standard now even bigger and better than ever.

Dual Exposed Element Control (2300w & 1000w) Step timing and delay start feature.

Q. Can I use this to brew single batches?

A. Yes absolutely.  This brewery has been designed to brew double batches but it also works great on single batches too.  In many respects it's even better than a smaller brewery for single batches as you have more power so you have less heat up time and it's also nice to have the additional head space in the brewery that further reduces the chanceof boil overs.  In addition to that with a much larger diameter malt pipe you get a grain bed that is not as deep and this also helps get higher flow through the grain bed.  This means you are less likely to get stuck sparges and you can more quickly ramp up the mash temp.  So in short, yes it's a great option for single batch brews.

Q. Can I use this on a standard 10amp power socket in my house?

A. Out of the box this unit needs to be manufactured with a 15amp power socket.  With that said you can conver this to a 10amp compatible device with something like this:


Ampfibian Mini 15amp to 10amp adaptor.  If you do this you will be able to run the Digiboil however if you turn on all three elements you will trip the circuit breaker.  For this reason you will only be able to use a maximum of 2 of the elements. (not all three)


So yes you can run this device on a 10amp power socket however only if you are happy to have less power as a result.

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BrewZilla 65L - Replacement Immersion / Ice Bucket Chiller (Stainless Steel)


Sold with the RoboBrew BrewZilla 65L, these compact immersion chillers are great for chilling wort up to 65L down to pitching temperature. Ideal solution for those using small pots.

Method 1

This chiller can be used simply by connecting your garden hose to both ends of the chiller.  You can either slip the garden hose onto the ends of the chiller directly then secure with stepless hose clamp.  Alternatively for a better connetion use the compression fittings.

Then lower the chiller into your hot wort and cycle the water through the chiller until you reach the desired temperature. 

While the water is flowing through the chiller if you agitate your hot wort this will significantly aid the heat transfer from the wort to the chiller coil and will reduce the cooling time by more than half.


Method 2

The second method is where you pump your hot wort through the middle of the chiller.  Use silicone tube to connect from your boiler to a pump and then through this coil chiller then back to the boiler.  Turn on the pump and ensure the chiller has got up to your wort boiling temperature to heat sterilise the coil.

Then immerse the coil into a bucket of ice and water mixed together.  Run the pump continously until the wort cools down to the desired point.



Coiled part of the chiller: 25cm high x 27cm diameter
Total height of the chiller: 40cm
Tubing: 12.7mm, 304 Stainless
12.7mm Compression Fitting recommend for attaching hose fittings. E.g. Homebrew standard Camlock fittings

BrewZilla 65L Jacket (Super Thick Neopre

BrewZilla 65L

(Neoprene Parka Jacket)

This jacket makes a significant difference when comparing the efficiency of the BrewZilla or Robobrew units and it’s a jacket that will pay itself off in energy saving so it's a good option to any new BrewZilla user.

10% faster heat up time, 50% less heat loss from the boiler.

The one jacket size fit’s both BrewZilla 65L with pump and also without pump.

The jacket is made from thick neoprene which is easy to hose down after use.

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