The Braumeister: A patented, electric, self-contained all-grain brewing system producing 145 gallons of wort per brew. The beauty of the Speidel Braumeister is in simplicity and relatively small footprint. This product is not part of our free shipping policy, however we only charge actual freight from our California Warehouse to your location.
Touchscreen Control Panel
The new automatic control system brews with your own individual recipes and guides you through the brewing process. Recipes and software updates can be synced automatically with the integrated WiFi. The time and temperature are precisely maintained through all brewing phases. The new touchscreen makes it even easier to operate the Braumeister.
In addition, the large Braumeisters have integrated a new pressure sensor-controlled pump control. The pressure sensor in the pressure line which is connected with the malt pipe allows you to regulate the pump speed via the pressure. The new timer function saves time because, for example, the brewing water can be heated up early in the morning.
Running your brew day is simple and repeatable with the new 5" touchscreen control panel, featuring integrated WiFi control and automatic software updates. Program your recipes into the controller and it will run through all the brewing phases with precise time and temperature control.
With the Braumeister you Mash, Boil and Cool all in the same vessel. All actions are controlled by the included electronic control system. Your brewing process is started in the Braumeister the same as with any other system, by mixing cracked grain with hot water. From there traditional step mashes at multiple temperatures are easy to maintain when you set your program on the controller.
Traditional Sparging Optional
Because of the constant movement of wort, the high ratio of liquid in the mash and the unique grain bed filters, the efficiency of removing sugar from the mash is good. This eliminates the need for a traditional sparge. However when you shift from Mashing to the boil by lifting the grain bed out of the tank you can rinse the grain with hot water, performing a more traditional sparge if desired.
Boil and Cool
After the grain basket is removed with the included winch you will begin a traditional boil for 60 to 90 minutes. After the boil is over you connect to your glycol system (see our Kreyer Chilly45, GLY410) and use the built in dimpled cooling jacket to cool the wort down. Simple.