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Extended Malt Pipe for Boiler Extension | BrewZilla | DigiBoil | 65L | 17.1G
AG495B

Extended Malt Pipe for Boiler Extension | BrewZilla | DigiBoil | 65L | 17.1G

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Description

For use with the 65L BrewZilla Boiler Extension Kit. It does not come with an extra Wire Malt Pipe Support Ring. If you're using the extended malt pipe with the 65L DigiBoil, you will need to purchase the ring separately. If you're using the malt pipe with the 65L BrewZilla you can either move your ring up to the boiler extension, or buy an additional ring so you can remove the malt pipe in two steps.

You will also need the Ricirculation Arm Extension to continue using the BrewZilla's recirculation arm.

Compatible with Gen 3 / Gen 4 BrewZillas.

KegLand Part Number: KL26475

Item # AG495B
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Availability California - In Stock
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Weight 10 LBS
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To make bigger batches
Whit Kauffman on Dec 28, 2022
To make bigger batches
Whit Kauffman on Dec 28, 2022
Wanted more room for grain
Stephen on Oct 15, 2022
Wanted more room for grain
Stephen on Oct 15, 2022
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Rated 5 out of 5
A Godsend for any 65L 3.1 Users
I got my Brewzilla 65L 3.1 in summer 2019, and have brewed on it at least 80 times--maybe more like 100. A well-known design challenge with this model is the grain capacity--it doesn't let you reasonably mash in more than 30ish lbs without experiencing overflows, sticky mashes, or really low/inconsistent yields. I'm grateful that a company like KegLand cares for its scores of 3.1 users, and offered the Extended Malt Pipe and the Boiler Extension Kit (required!!) instead of upselling its customers on the 4.0 models. This has extended the life of my unit indefinitely. My first brew with it was a 12G batch of a Hazy IPA--hit the numbers on the nose. It was fabulous.

The only beef I have is that this dramatically increased the weight of the filled malt pipe. The "steps" make it somewhat more convenient to gradually lift it out of the boil unit, but this is still really heavy--you need a friend any/or a pulley system for sure.
October 29, 2022
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3 months ago