DigiMash Electric Brewing System | Gen 2 DigiBoil | 35L | 9.25G | 110V

DigiMash Electric Brewing System | Gen 2 DigiBoil | 35L | 9.25G | 110V

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The Gen 2 DigiBoil features two distinct updates that are not currently pictured in the primary images. The stainless steel lid has been upgraded to a glass lid, allowing you to observe and monitor boil activity. The rubber feet have been replaced with a plastic base that provides improved stability and slightly raises the unit for better ground clearance. Updated images coming soon.

  • The most affordable all-in-one automated all-grain brewing system!
  • Mash grains and boil wort in a single vessel
  • DigiBoil electric kettle automatically maintains mash temperatures with the digital controller
  • Dual heating elements combine for 1500W of power
  • Also available with optional Recirculation Pump Kit!

The DigiMash system represents the best value in electric all-grain brewing you'll find. With a 9-gallon DigiBoil electric kettle and the DigiMash stainless steel mashing accessory pack included, this is by far the most affordable way to get into electric all-grain brewing.  It may not have all the bells and whistles of the BrewZilla, but it does have everything you need to mash and boil all in one unit. Setting up and using the DigiMash couldn't be easier. Simply place the false bottom inside the kettle and install the malt pipe, fill with water and heat to your desired strike temperature, then add your grain and set your desired mash temperature on the digital controller. Once your mash is complete, lift up the malt pipe, drain the wort and sparge, then remove the malt pipe and proceed to boil.

If you're deciding between the DigiMash and the BrewZilla, there are a couple of key differences worth noting. One of our favorite features of the BrewZilla is the programmable mash steps and delayed start, which the DigiMash does not have. You can still step mash by simply raising the temperature manually on the controller, but the automatic steps are a convenient feature if you want to set it and forget it.

The other major difference between the two systems is that the BrewZilla features a built-in pump for recirculating the mash. Recirculation is a great way to improve mash efficiency, but it is far from required for a successful brew day. Using an external pump with the DigiMash is also an option, and one can be integrated for mash recirculation quite easily. Simply connect the ball valve to the inlet of your pump, and then connect the outlet of the pump to our Sparge Arm Assembly.

This model comes with the 35L DigiBoil, which has two built-in heating elements that run off a 110V plug. One element is 1000w and the other is 500w for a combined 1500 watts! The elements can be individually controlled, allowing you to use a single element to gently hold temperatures, or engage both elements to quickly go from mash temp to boiling. Temperatures are set and automatically maintained through the digital control panel. Simply set your desired temperature and flip on the heating element(s). 

Integrated stainless ball valve comes with a 13mm barb (approx. 1/2"). The barb can be removed to attach fittings with 1/2" FPT, such as our female threaded quick disconnect.

DigiBoil Features:

  • 304 stainless steel construction
  • 9 gallon total capacity
  • Digital temperature control
  • 110V / 15A power and plug (5 ft. cord)
  • Dual heating element control (1000w and 500w)
  • Heating elements are concealed for easy cleaning
  • 304 stainless steel 1/2" ball valve with 13mm barb (approx. 1/2")
  • Stamped-in volume markers (gallons & liters)
  • Stainless lid
  • Temperature reads in °F or °C
    • With elements turned off, hold both +/- buttons to switch between °F or °C
  • Recommended max. grain bill - 18 lbs
  • Recommended min. grain bill - 8 lbs
  • External Dimensions: 29" H x 15" W (including handles)
  • Internal Dimensions: 19.5" H x 11.75" W
  • ETL Listed

DigiMash Stainless Steel Accessory Pack Includes:

  • False bottom
  • Malt pipe
  • Wire support 
  • Malt pipe handle
  • Malt pipe bottom screen


Item # BE506
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Availability California - In Stock
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Weight 25 LBS
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Best deal for the money!
John F on Dec 30, 2022
economical way to get into electric brewing
rick b on Nov 18, 2022
Best deal for the money!
John F on Dec 30, 2022
Just time to step up a notch. This should work perfect for my limited beer runs.
Jeremy W on Nov 18, 2022
economical way to get into electric brewing
rick b on Nov 18, 2022
I have wanted an all in one brew system ... this one seems to get good reviews and is affordable
Jeff B on Sep 14, 2022
The additional kit provides choices in bew while still being affordable
Andrew W on Mar 4, 2022
Use electric to brew
Paul B on Feb 22, 2022
Good price and reviews
mike j b on Jan 22, 2022
Wanted to start brewing indoors during winter
William George on Jan 11, 2022
I want to get away from the gas burner
Keith T on Dec 20, 2021
Husbands Christmas present
Jaime Lou R on Dec 8, 2021
Christmas Gift
Ann M on Dec 6, 2021
my father daniel barwick suggested it
Ryan K on Jun 4, 2021
Great price, good reviews, want to go electric.
Jerry M on May 25, 2021
husband picked out gift
Kate K on Dec 5, 2020
ROMAN H on Dec 2, 2020
I want to brew inside in summer
Traci K on Dec 1, 2020
Ease of use
Michael N on Nov 28, 2020
Love the control if electric. Thime to dive in!
Michael B on Oct 20, 2020
Best priced all in one brewing system for my purpose.
Kevin Randall on Sep 23, 2020
Simplicity and price
Rob N on Feb 14, 2020
Videos sold it
troy s on Jan 11, 2020
price and review
James on Jan 6, 2020
Low Cost - Free Shipping - Allows additional equipment to be added - Seems to have similar functions - Step mashing can be done manually very easily
Brian K on Dec 30, 2019
Price and convenience. Looking to get back into brewing while living in a smaller space
Alex J on Dec 5, 2019
Something new
Oscar on Dec 5, 2019
I wanted an electric system for all grain brewing so it's easier to control than my current setup.
Justin Y on Dec 4, 2019
Most economical choice for getting started with electric brewing.
Timothy E on Dec 4, 2019
Affordable option for a quality electric system
Brian Pieslak on Dec 3, 2019
Great price and functionality
Luke J F on Dec 3, 2019
price / features
Russell D on Dec 3, 2019
price and introduction into electric brewing
Amran M on Dec 2, 2019
Economic way to start all grain brewing that can be done indoors
Gary on Nov 30, 2019
I have a larger 3 kettle system but gas and manual, wanted this specifically for sours
Bryan S on Nov 28, 2019
price and features
Kevin P on Nov 4, 2019
I want to switch to electric and do not have a source for 220 yet.
Tony C on Nov 1, 2019
Just time to step up a notch. This should work perfect for my limited beer runs.
Jeremy W on Nov 18, 2022
I have wanted an all in one brew system ... this one seems to get good reviews and is affordable
Jeff B on Sep 14, 2022
Does the gasket for the ball valve go on the inside or outside ?
Eric Orndorff on Dec 5, 2022
BEST ANSWER: The gasket goes on the inside. You should not overtighten. I always recommend heating water the first time you use it so that you will make sure it doesn’t leak! Best to check for leaks with hot water!
Hello. Would it be possible to connect a bazooka screen to the existing ball valve?
Stefan Mueller on Oct 2, 2020
BEST ANSWER: I cannot see why not, though I would wonder what the purpose would be, the included false bottom does a great job, and a cheap grain bag addressed the problems I was having.
Are the handles sturdy enough to lift unit with 6 gallon of wort?
dean reedy on Dec 5, 2021
BEST ANSWER: Yes, and the unit itself is relatively light, so the weight will all be with the water. I’ve reluctantly lifted it by the handles with 6.5-7 gallons of water in it. Unit is totally sturdy, sides will be pretty hot so just make sure to keep your forearms from pressing against it while lifting.
Are the gallon markings easy to read with the mash pipe lifted up and on the support?
Annabritt E Coakley on Aug 19, 2022
BEST ANSWER: The bottom of the mash pipe will block the view inside of the kettle, so when it's positioned on the bars that it stands on for sparging, no, you won't be able to see the markings. I usually raise the mash pipe up to stand on the bar and let it drain a bit, then lift it up off the bar a couple inches while I bend down to see the markings in the gap, a well-positioned flashlight helps with the visibility of the markings too as they're just stamped in the metal. Then I put the mash pipe back down on the bar and sparge through it with the appropriate amount of water to get back to the level I want.
If I plan to use a separate boil kettle can I use this as a mash tun without the mash pipe?
Kenneth Dickie on Dec 2, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hi Kenneth, you will need the mash pipe for the mash because of the false bottom screen they hold. The mash pipe will also keep the grain from getting in contact with the bottom (will prevent scorching of your grain).

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Rated 1 out of 5
Newbie Brewers won't know the difference....
Regret the purchase. After brewing for decades I was saddened by the build material. Instructions are (Off Shore) inaccurate. My 35L model had 1500watt max. Instructions show a 35L having 2400watt. The digital read out instructions say 0-140F, my adjustment runs past 212. Tech specs say it's 220v. Ah no, it's 110v. With insulation wrapped around it quite thick, it took 40min to boil 8 gal. I'm going to make it work because I've wanted to move on from propane. If I can't make friends with the first couple brews I'll use it to just heat water.
January 17, 2023
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
I own 2
These are great for extract or all grain I own 2 have had them 4 years both and have brewed over 60 times in them no one issue!!
December 6, 2022
over 2 years ago
Rated 4 out of 5
Good all-in-one brew kettle with some limitations
Overall I am happy with the Digimash 110V kettle but there are a few things to know. It does come to a boil but very light. The thermostat on the unit will never read above 208 degrees. I used a different thermostat and the inside wort temperature reached 214 degrees but never went higher than that. Bottom line, it did reach a slow boil which will work. It takes a while to reach mash temp and boil (about 45 minutes to 156 and another 45 to reach boil). However this is no worse than using a stovetop (if you can even get 6 gallons to a boil on a stovetop). You really can't do a full water mash. My recipe had 11 1/2 pounds of grain which called for almost 7 1/2 gallons of water. Once I added the grain, the water level was at the rim of the kettle. Next time I will just use 1 gallon less water for the mash and add it back prior to the boil. This is really not an issue, just something to know before you make a big mess with a recipe with 12+ pounds of grain. The handle for the mash pipe barely fits and will easily come off when you are lifting it out of the kettle making a huge mess. I was able to fix this by bending out the holes on the mash pipe just a little bit (1/16" on each side). This allowed the handle to be much more secure. I am really surprised this was not something identified and fixed by the manufacturer (I am not the only one to have brought this issue up). Lastly, don't go by the built in thermometer to know when your wort is cooled. I think the sediment that ends up on top of the false bottom keeps the liquid at the bottom near the thermostat much warmer (30+ degrees) than the rest of the wort. Just use a meat thermometer in the top half. None of the issues I mentioned would keep me from buying this again, just some things for future buyers to know. In the end, it was great being able to do a all-grain, full boil in my kitchen!!
January 26, 2022
over 2 years ago
Rated 3 out of 5
Put it through the ringer and performed well but not impressed.
I've been brewing all-grain (cooler and direct fire mash tun) for several years and wanted to brew inside during the cold new England winters.

That said, my first brew so far was in a 30° garage with a 14lb grain bill.

Definitely can't handle 18lbs like the spec sheet says. I maxed it out at 13 lbs and 7.75 gallons of strike water. Maybe try a grain bag for more grist.

Took 1.5 hours to get strike water to mash temp (153°) in 40° garage, meh.

Kept a nice rolling boil at 1000w heating. A plus.

Surprised it fairly easy to clean, except for the malt pip catcher that loops inside. That was covered in malt from maxing out the malt pipe.
January 18, 2022
over 2 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
So awesome to brew inside! Easy to clean. Add a BIAB for quicker clean up
December 6, 2021
over 3 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Happy first time brewer
This was my first time brewing beer, and I went all grain too. I loved being able to set the mash temperatures digitally. The equipment worked as it should, and I couldn’t have had a smoother brew day. The beer turned out great.
The digital control of the Digimash allowed me to mash and boil with confidence.
The digital control of the Digimash allowed me to mash and boil with confidence.
March 10, 2021
over 3 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Great bare bones system
It's a great bare bones all-in-one electric system. I don't need the fancy programming and bells and whistles that come with the more expensive products. In retrospect I would have gotten the version with the pump to recirculate for increased efficiency, but I can buy that separately.
March 6, 2021
over 3 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Very nice unit at a reasonable price... quick delivery also..
December 21, 2020
over 3 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
a very capable system for the price
Very capable system for a very good price. After just one brew session, indoors in winter, I'm very glad I went for it.
December 15, 2020
over 3 years ago
Rated 4 out of 5
Great value and easy to use.
I’ve used it twice so far and I love it. Everything from mash to boil in one pot. The insert lifts all the grains out and the double mesh screens filter the majority of the husks out. The great thing is there’s not boil over. I gave it 4 stars because there were no assembly instructions for the insert, just plastic bags of parts, but if you’re mechanicly inclined you’ll figure it out.
October 25, 2020
over 3 years ago