BrewZilla All Grain Brewing System With Pump - 35L/9.25G (220V)

BrewZilla All Grain Brewing System With Pump - 35L/9.25G (220V)

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If you want to jump into all grain brewing right from your first batch, or as an upgrade from malt extract brewing, the Robobrew is a complete turn key solution. The Robobrew is an all-in-one electric brewery that has built-in elements for heating and boiling, programmable mash schedule and delayed start, a built-in pump for recirculation, an onboard water resistant control panel for setting and monitoring temperatures, a removable grain basket, and a built-in spigot for transferring. This more powerful version of the Robobrew uses 220V power to ramp up temperatures faster and provide a more vigorous boil.

If you have access to 220V power, this is definitely the unit we recommend. Although 110V power is enough to get up to boil, 220V will get you there faster and provide a much more vigorous boil.

The V3.1.1 unit features an upgraded main circuit board that changes how the automatic step mashing functions. Now when moving from step to step, the timer for each step will not begin counting down until the programmed temperature is reached. This means more accurate mash schedules than ever before! The new board also introduces boil addition timers so you'll never miss the mark for hop additions.

To get the Wort Chiller Connection Kit for free, add the item to your cart along with the BrewZilla and use code ZILLAKIT at checkout. 

New accessory! Check out the BrewZilla Whirlpool Arm, which uses the unit's internal pump to recirculate and spin the wort, improving hop extraction and chill times. No more stirring!

Automatic Step Mashing! 
One of the coolest features of the Robobrew is the ability to program the unit with up to 6 individual temperatures and durations so you can step mash precisely how you desire. Simply press the "S1-S6" button to select the stage you want to adjust, and use the temp, time and +/- buttons to program the stage. If you have less than 6 stages in your mash schedule, program the stages you want to skip with 00:00 as the time and the controller will automatically move on to the next step. When all the stages are complete, the Robobrew will sound an alarm and hold the last set temperature.

The programmable stages can also be used to set a delayed start of up to 23 hours in advance so that you can have your water hot and ready to go when you get home from work or wake up in the morning. In order to do this, fill the unit with strike water and program the controller with two steps. Step 1 should be programmed at a temperature lower than the unheated strike water (so the elements will remain off), and the duration should be programmed for however long you want the delay. Then program Step 2 with your desired strike water temperature and a duration of 1-2 hours, giving the Robobrew ample time to heat up and giving you a margin of error in case you hit the snooze button the morning of brew day. 

The built-in magnetic drive pump easily recirculates the wort during the mash. We recommend getting some silicone tubing to go with the recirculation arm. This allows you more control over the recirculation and you can then use the same tubing to transfer your wort to your fermenter. As with any mash, be sure to stir your grain very thoroughly after mashing-in so you start out with an even temperature throughout the grain bed.

Dual heating elements run off of a single 220 volt plug and have individual switches allowing for more control over the heating process. One element is 1900 watts and the other is 500 for a combined 2400 watts! Use both when you need to ramp up the temperature quickly either at the start to get to your mash temp or to go from your mash temp to boiling. Use only one of the elements when you want to hold a temperature.

We highly recommend adding the optional BrewZilla Neoprene Jacket to help reduce heating times and maintain a more vigorous boil. The extra thick neoprene jacket is custom designed to insulate the entire kettle portion of the BrewZilla while staying out of the way of the ball valve and handles. The jacket can help you acheive up to 10% faster heat up times and cut heat loss from the boiler in half.

The digital control panel makes it easy to see the current temperature and set the temperature you want. The digital controller is also water resistant so don't worry about spills or some water dripping down the side. This controller is built for brewing!

The brewery also includes a stainless steel malt pipe with false bottom allowing you to easily shift from mash tun to boil kettle during your brew day. The malt pipe includes a handle to lift it from the RoboBrew and tabs at the base so you can set the malt pipe over the RoboBrew to let the wort drain out. It also has feet at its base to raise the malt pipe slightly off the base and help prevent clogging.

The included Robobrew stainless steel wort chiller is shipped with bare ends so you can set it up for your situation. We list below the most common tubing and fittings to connect to a hose, hose bib, or faucet.  

What MoreBeer! loves about this product: Homebrewing is trending in the direction of all-in-one, all-grain brewing systems and the Robobrew is the ultimate value. The cost is half of the next comparable system and nearly the same as buying converted coolers and a kettle. We've brewed on all the systems and we can truly say the Robobrew is the easiest to use. We feel confident that a lot of first time brewers could buy this and use it with ease. At the same time quite a few of our experienced, all-grain brewing staff are buying it to brew at home. The unit is extremely compact because the pump is built-in to the bottom of the unit. You can move it around with ease which makes it perfect for guys and gals that have space constraints. Someone on the team also mentioned how they like that you can drain it via gravity without having to use the pump. We would choose the Robobrew model with the pump because the pump portion is really easy to use, increases efficiency, and eliminates temperature differences in the mash. All in all a great buy and highly recommended. Please note you will need a few extra pieces of hardware to connect the wort chiller and at least 2' of silicone tubing for the sparge.

Use the Pump for More Than Just Recirculation!
One of the surprisingly handy features of the Robobrew is that the recirculation pipe features a female camlock. This allows you to hook up other accessories and use the unit's pump for more than just recirculating wort. With a male camlock and silicone tubing, for example, you can use the internal pump to push wort through a plate chiller or counterflow chiller. Check out our selection of camlock fittings here.



  • Gen 3.1.1
  • Stainless steel construction
  • 9 gallon total capacity with a finished beer output of 5-6 gallons
  • Digital temperature controller
  • Automatic step mashing with 6 programmable stages
  • 220V power
  • NEMA 6-30R plug
  • Dual heating elements for total control (1900 watts and 500 watts)
  • Stainless steel 1/2 inch ball valve for draining (dont have to use the pump)
  • Immersion wort chiller included
  • Stainless steel malt pipe/basket
  • Stamped in volume markers
  • Glass lid
  • Magnetic drive pump for recirculation
  • Recirculation arm
  • Temperature reads in °F or °C (press and hold temp button for several seconds to adjust)
  • 32.75 in H (with recirculation arm) x 12.5 in D
  • Recommended max. grain bill - 18 lbs
  • Recommended min. grain bill - 8 lbs

    You will Need:
  • 2' of H985 1/2" ID Silicone tubing for sparging and draining.
  • To connect included Chiller: (20') of D1710 1/2" ID beverage tubing (or whatever length required, (3) H950 hose clamps and (1) brass hose by thread adaptor (H508).

Kegland Part Number: KL05821

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Vernon L on Oct 20, 2020
good reviews
Joseph W on Sep 16, 2020
Vernon L on Oct 20, 2020
Highly recommended by friends
Rick G on Oct 5, 2020
good reviews
Joseph W on Sep 16, 2020
i was looking for an all electric system and just liked some of the features on this one
Joshua Scott Y on Sep 15, 2020
Great online reviews. Good value for the price.
Ronald G on Aug 14, 2020
It's an awesome product and it will make an excellent gift.
W M on Jun 9, 2020
Youtube reviews showed it was a quality unit for a good price.
Kevin A on May 14, 2020
Small apartment, now that fiance lives with me, no more room for 3-vessel AG brewing. Time to move to a single vessel electric setup -- consolidation!
Dov L on Dec 4, 2019
Downsizing my brewing area from large HERMS to All in One
Kenneth M on Apr 27, 2019
Highly recommended by friends
Rick G on Oct 5, 2020
i was looking for an all electric system and just liked some of the features on this one
Joshua Scott Y on Sep 15, 2020
Any update on when the 220v 35L will be in stock? Also, will it be the 3 or 3.1 version?
Brian Gleeson on Jul 6, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hi Brian - This product is temporarily out of stock but is available for pre-order. It is expected to be back in stock and ready to ship in early July. It will be the 3.1 version.
What amp circuit is required? Brewzilla 3.1.1 35l 220v
Randy Ahrens on May 27, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Though most 220v circuits are designed to deliver 30 amps this unit only requires about 11 amps to achieve the 2400 watt power. That amount of wattage is plenty for this size of a kettle, but you can always go larger if you have the power available.
Has anyone tried using this with a NEMA 14-50 outlet (for charging electric cars)? Can I just get a 6-30 to 14-50 adapter or is it more complicated than that?
Nik Chmiel on Apr 3, 2020
BEST ANSWER: You absolutely can use a higher amp rated outlet as long as the voltage is 220 or 240. An adapter would work or you could purchase a 14-50P to replace the 6-30P that comes on the unit.
Is there an option to get a different 220v plug configuration?
david kloda on Dec 26, 2019
BEST ANSWER: The BrewZilla V3.1 35L is only available with a NEMA 6-30R plug rated for 30A. It's not hard to cut it off and replace it with a different plug (see my review "Old timer renews his grain brewing passion" for an example of changing to a NEMA L14-20 twist-lock plug). You could also use a dryer or oven plug. You don't need a full 30A capacity, but I would recommend at least 20A capacity. Since brewing is a wet process, you should also use a GFCI protected outlet or circuit breaker. If you aren't comfortable doing this yourself you should hire a qualified electrician.
The instructions mention one of the mesh screen bottoms should have a silicone ring, but none of the screen in my package seem to have one-- is this a defect or am I perhaps overlooking something?
Eric Webb on Oct 8, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hi Eric, the silicone seals are no longer needed. This is mentioned in the manuals, the older versions of Robobrews did require one.
Can I still use the RoboBrew system on 110V 60Hz, or is 220V the only way to use it?
Kenneth Hesser on Jun 6, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hello Kenneth - Robobrew's that are 220V must be used with 220V lines. If a 220V unit is plugged into a 110V outlet, the machine will never heat up the liquid. If a 110V is plugged into a 220V, it could be dangerous.
What is the ETA for getting this 220v model in stock?
Ryan Gibson on May 15, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hi Ryan - We are expecting to start shipping these items out in early to mid June.

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Great little brewing system
Only one brew in on the new BZ. Great brewday. Was a bit disappointed in that the unit arrived with only 1 of 3 screws fastening the circuit board to the metal bottom plate and that one screw was about to fall out. Running with 1 screw as I don't know the screw or thread type, likely metric. FYI...Pump is prone to plugging, but good techniques can minimize this from occuring. Although the unit is rated for an 18 lb grain bill, be aware that you will have to decrease the mash water volume for everything to fit and correspondingly increase the sparge volume to make up for the decreased mash volume. 18# + a bit less than 6 gallons is about max. I have tried a 17.5# grain bill with no issues other than reducing mash water volume. Not too keen on the immersion chiller that is included, rather slow. Prefer a plate or counterflow or just hot cubing. Would be nice if there was an option on the chiller, i.e. no chiller at less cost, current chiller, or upgraded chiller. However, the boxed chiller still beats a brew pot immersed in the kitchen sink. Be sure to order the connection kit or oarts if you plan to use the chiller.
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September 18, 2020
2 months ago
Love it
Easiest brew day ever.I did brew in a bag for years. Nothing like brewing in the basement with no issues whatsoever. First one had a dent. Replace in two two days and I got it time the Big Brew Day!
May 14, 2020
6 months ago
Great beer.
I have only used it twice for brewing. The second brew was left in BrewZilla and cooled. When cool enough I fitted the optional distillation cover and put in a fermentation lock and added yeast. 5 days later it was done fermenting, left it for 10 more days and bottled. Came out good tasting. Could use another 10 days aging, but totally drinkable now. The only complaint is that the controls are so low on the BrewZilla as to become uncomfortable when setting it up. Can use in any limited space apartment for brewing without interrupting the use of the kitchen.
March 19, 2020
8 months ago
Old timer renews his grain brewing passion
It's been 25 years since I last brewed an all-grain batch of beer. How times have changed! My old mash tun was a converted diner-style coffee urn with water jacket, and my boil kettle was fabricated from an old barrel-shaped stainless steal keg fitted with a water-heater element. The system took up a lot of space and the mash tun took forever to heat.

This has all changed with products such as the Brewzilla v3.1. My large former brewery is now replaced with a single compact vessel--mashing and boiling in the same vessel! Not only is it smaller, but it's better. The Brewzilla works beautifully as a RIMS system and wort boiler. The 220 V version provides very rapid heating, and the wort pump is versatile. After the boil, I pumped hot wort through the cooling coil immersed in an ice water bath for exceptionally rapid cooling with little water waste. I also used it to pump the cooled wort into my fermentation kegs.

I'm very pleased with this product. My only reservations are that the controller display is sitting on the floor and very hard to read without laying on the ground, and the programmable mash steps do not take heating time into account.

Contrary to other reviews, a 30 A 240 V circuit is not necessary. It's true that the Brewzilla comes with a 30 A plug, but the wiring in the power cord is only suitable for 15 A and the device requires only 10 A with both heaters turned on. I replaced the provided plug with a NEMA L14-20 twist lock plug and wired the circuit with a 20A 240 V GFCI circuit breaker, and have experienced no problems.

I'm very happy with my purchase!
September 12, 2019
1 year ago
Fast to boil
2 batches in and very impressed. Ramps up to temps super fast. I. purchased this unit based on reviews of 110v unit being slow to reach a boil that seemed weak or underwhelming to many. I have not been disappointed with the 220v unit- able to reach a robust, rolling boil in about 20 minutes after sparging.
Know this though-this unit requires a 30-amp breaker and 6-30 nema receptacle - see photo of male plug
this is the plug that comes with the unit
this is the plug that comes with the unit
September 3, 2019