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Brewzilla 65L G4 - allgrain brewing system - READ ELECTRICAL INFO

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You must read the info regarding power requirements below. We will not accept returns of opened / lightly used units if you fail to read the info below and then can't use the unit with your electrical system.


Read the electrical requirements below first.

  • This is a professional grade brewing machine and as such comes with professional level power requirements.
  • Due to their power requirements (15A / 3500W) the unit is too powerful to be used with a standard UK domestic plug / electrical system (standard UK plug are MAX 13A).
  • A qualified electrician will need to wire a dedicated 16A feed/ circuit for use with the unit and fit a commando socket. As commando sockets are not fused you will need the appropriate level of protection (eg with a RCD or MCB) - a professional electrician will be able to advise.
  • In the UK the unit comes with a commando plug lead. In the EU it will come with a standard EU plug.
  • These units will work safely on standard domestic systems in the rest of Europe (not UK or IRE) as most EU domestic systems are 15A as standard (EU customers should double check this is the case in their country before purchase). 
  • If you have any questions please contact us, but in most cases you will need to consult an electrician if you are in the UK. We can give advice about the machine and its requirements but cannot advise you re electrical systems.

This Brewzilla Gen 4 includes:

  • Free UK delivery by DPD (or EU delivery by arrangement)
  • Brewzilla 65L gen 4
  • 2 year full no-cost warranty and lifetime support
  • A 2m IEC C19 to commando (IEC 60309) plug lead

Add the Kegland Heat exchanger dish to your order here

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FROM KEGLAND: (will include links to the Kegland website - we have a lot of the items on our website)

The Google Play Android App can be downloaded via the link below.

The Apple App Store RAPT App can be downloaded via the link below.

Wifi / RAPT Integration
The BrewZilla brewery type has been used across the world and won homebrew competitions in every country the brewery has been sold.  It's the most sold single vessel brewery worldwide and can be used for Home Brewing, Distillation, Preserve Canning, Sous Vide Cooking or just as a boiler. Our larger versions can also be used as a portable hot tub!

Some features that differentiate this brewery from other Brewery designs are:

Complete Concave Draining Base
The new base design completely drains out meaning you capture every single bit of wort. No longer do you need to tilt the brewery to extract every last bit of wort.  This also makes it suitable for CIP cleaning using our new Low Volume CIP Spray Rotor (KL04329).

False Bottom Pump Protection Screen
One of the key features of all the BrewZilla single vessel units is the false bottom protection screen. This screen avoids the need for doing a whirlpool and it filters wort and prevents more than 95% of hops and hot break getting sucked into the pump and thus greatly reduces the blocked pump issues that are often an issue with other brewery designs.

Ultra Low Watt Density
The BrewZilla has significantly lower watt density than other breweries.  The main benefit of lower watt densities is that it enables you to produce lighter colours of beers that would otherwise get some caramelisation.  The ultra-low watt density also means you have less chance of boilovers, you get less crud sticking to the element making cleaning easier and ultimately reduces wear and tear on the element meaning even with significant abuse your elements will last way longer.

RAPT/Wifi Connected
The new Gen 4 model is the first BrewZilla that connects to the RAPT Portal (  This portal allows you to track, record and monitor your brews online.  This greatly reduces the need for handwritten records of your brew day as it's all done automatically.  The RAPT portal also allows you to see every brew you have done in the past and control the brewery remotely so you can start pre-heating water remotely or simply keep an eye on the brewing process while you do something else.  Get push notifications to your mobile phone of when to add hops or start the boil.  
Along with this ease of access and control. The RAPT BrewZilla will also allow you to fully customise your brewday with profiles specifically tuned to your style of brewing or your recipe.
For example, you could set up your profile to receive certain alarms or messages when you are required to do something. E.g. Adding grain when the strike temperature is reached. Mash-Out Alarm when you're ready to sparge, Salt / Hop additions when you've reached the boil. As well as hop stand additions or chilling instructions. All of this at the touch of a button that is preprogrammed to what you want to do. No more egg timers, no more phone timers. Everything is controlled by one area.

Bluetooth Gateway Device
KegLand is currently developing various Bluetooth devices such as KL24334 Bluetooth low energy (BLE) thermometers and other sensors which will be compatible with this brewery.  This brewery is able to receive the BLE beacons and relay this information onto the RAPT portal.  Also by receiving multiple BLE thermometer sensors the Brewery is able to make smater and more automated decisions on how to control the brewing or distillilation process.  For example a BLE thermometer can be placed into your coolant water so you get an alarm if the temperature is too high, a BLE thermometer can be put into the middle of the malt pipe so you can more accurately control elements switching on/off to achieve a core malt pipe temperature etc.

Improved Base Design with Easy Access Pump
The new base design means we have sealed all the electronics on the underside of the brewery into a separate junction box. This has allowed us to omit the bottom cover.  This significant design change means that the pump can be accessed much more easily.  It also means the plumbing can be changed more easily too. For instance, you can re-arrange the plumping to the pump to pump into the tap outlet or change this so the tap outlet bypasses the pump.  These changes make it more flexible but also much easier to take apart the pump for cleaning and maintenance if required.

RAPT Controller with Full Colour Screen
The new RAPT controller has an easy-to-read full colour screen. The controller can also be disconnected easily making wash down easier.  The controller is mounted in a higher position with a tilting frame so you can angle the screen toward you depending on how tall you are.  The new controller module is packed with features and KegLand is consistently updating the firmware to include more features.  Firmware updates are quick and painless and with a single click you can upgrade all Gen 4 units to the latest firmware to take advantage of new features and accessories. Forget getting on your knees mid-brew, do it all while standing or sitting next to your BrewZilla.
The controller can also activate the pump. Meaning there are no toggle switches anywhere on the BrewZilla Gen 4.

15amp IEC Cable for Easy Storage
The new design has a removable IEC cable so you can unplug the cable making it neater for storage. If you need a 15amp extension cord you can purchase one here.

Improved Lid Handles
The new lid handles are better designed and made from stainless so they are more robust and more ergonomic to hold especially with wet hands.

Two Stage Oversized Malt Pipe
This new malt pipe design is 30% larger meaning you can mash more grains and either make more beer or make higher gravity beers.  the new malt pipe also has a two stage height adjustment so you hand half lift the malt pipe and set on the supporting halo ring halfway up.  This makes it more ergonomic so you can lift the heavy malt pipe up in two stages but has the second advantage that it makes the brewery more suitable for smaller batches too where raising the malt pipe halfway up is preferable. The new Gen 4 65L Malt Pipes also have a perforated section at the bottom to aid in sparging/lautering flow speeds.

680mm H (not including glass lid) x 405mm W

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Brewzilla 65L G4 - allgrain brewing system - READ ELECTRICAL INFO

Brewing frequently asked questions

How long does it take to brew beer?

The time it takes to brew beer can vary, but on average, the process takes about 4 to 6 weeks. This includes the various stages such as malting, mashing, boiling, fermenting, conditioning, and bottling. However, some beer styles may require longer aging periods for optimal flavor development.

Is home brewing worth it?

Many people find home brewing to be a rewarding and enjoyable hobby, allowing them to create unique and customised beers. It provides a deeper understanding of the brewing process and offers the opportunity to experiment with different ingredients and styles. Additionally, home brewing can be cost-effective in the long run compared to purchasing craft beers. However, it requires time, effort, and a certain level of commitment. Whether it's worth it ultimately depends on one's passion for brewing and the satisfaction derived from the process and the end product.

Is home brewing legal?

Home brewing for personal use is generally legal, and there is no need for a specific license as long as certain conditions are met. Home brewers are allowed to produce beer, wine, and cider for personal consumption. However, there are limits on the amount that can be brewed without a license. As of January 2022, the limits were 100 litres for beer and 100 litres for wine per household.

It's important to stay informed about any updates or changes in the regulations, so it's advisable to check with local authorities or brewing associations for the most current information regarding home brewing laws in the UK. Always ensure that you comply with the relevant regulations and guidelines to enjoy home brewing within the legal framework.

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