Brewzilla 65l

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Hudson1984

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Hi all, sooo.

I sold my 35l version on here, it was a great bit of kit, but I want something bigger to allow multi keg fills from a single brew day.

Now i'd been toying with going 3V but the cost is really putting me off.

I'm looking at a 65l brewzilla (or a brewster beacon 70l as I can't find the brewzilla in stock anywhere!)

I wondered if anyone else has one? am I still able to do single keg brews? I do want to do normal batchs of trial beers but also want a big brew to fill the keezer.

so i'm hoping either of these two will be flexible enough to do the job.
 

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I am a Brewzilla 35l user and really wanted a 65l one - unfortunately it looks like the heating element rating is too high for single domestic 13a socket, so its not being sold in the UK market at the moment.

If I do get a bigger system then I'm eyeing up the Brewmonk Titan from Geterbrewed -

 

Hudson1984

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wonder what the difference is between the beacon and the titan.

I'm having the electrics upgraded purely for this kit. I want the 60ltr water heater and the 60/70ltr brewer, so I can have as much water as I want on hand.

So i've got the sparky to sort me out 2 outlets that can take the 3.5kw each.
 
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