Blichmann BrewEasy Electric - 5 gal. Turnkey Kit (120v)

Blichmann BrewEasy Electric - 5 gal. Turnkey Kit (120v)

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The BrewEasy™ Electric is a revolutionary new ultra-compact and economical all grain brewing system.  This patent pending system and process utilizes a two kettle recirculation infusion mash system called the Kettle-RIMS™ or K-RIMS™ process for short.  This system is very simple to use and is a very approachable way to transition from extract brewing into all grain brewing.  The BrewEasy™ Electric provides all the simplicity of a brew-in-a-bag (BIAB) system, but eliminates the cloudy wort, messy lifting, and does so with much better efficiency!

This Turnkey Kit includes all of the necessary equipment to produce 5 gallon batches of beer from the BrewEasy™. 

Mash in the upper vessel, while using the lower to recirculate wort and raise mash temps as necessary.  Recirculation flow rate is controlled by included orifices, allowing for 6 flow settings from 0.5 - 2.0 gpm.  After conversion, simply open your Mash Tun valve, letting your wort drain into your Boil Kettle, at which point you're ready to boil and should be getting your hops ready!



  • 1x 7.5 gal BoilerMaker™ Kettle and False Bottom (upper Mash Tun)
  • 1x 10 gal BoilerMaker™ Boil Kettle (lower Boil Kettle)
  • 1x Blichmann BoilCoil™
  • 1x Blichmann Electric 120 v Tower of Power™ LTE Stand - With Pump
  • 1x Blichmann Tower of Power™ Control Module - 120 v
  • 1x BrewEasy™ Adapter Lid Kit - 5 gallon

Already own some Blichmann gear?  Check out the modular BrewEasy™ Lid Adapter Kits.  These are designed to upgrade your system if you already own the Burner, Pump, and appropriately sized Kettles.

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Item # BL980
Weight 105LBS
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I have the 5 gallon 240v electric BrewEasy with the Tower of Power.
I have brewed at least 5 times and have yet to get the results I'm looking for. First, the positives: when its all hooked up and running, it is easy. You just stir the grains every 15 minutes or so, but don't take your eyes off the mash tun. The auto sparge arm is not effective at turning off the pump when the water level gets too high. Another positive is the electric heater, it is fast and boils very smoothly and is quiet. The kettles have nice handles but are placed on front and back of the kettle instead of the sides. You have to reach across a some times hot kettle to grab hold of it. The parts and pieces are all well made and fit well. They sent me too short a sparge arm, then too long of one, so I had to go to the hardware store to get the proper size. You can not call Blichmann directly. And the people at Morebeer, as helpful as they are, don't know anything about this system. The Tower of Power makes holding and adjusting the temperatures very easy. But, there is a learning curve here, too.

The bad: it's sold as producing clear wort and being very efficient. That couldn't be further from the truth. I got tons of hop debri thru on my first batch so I bought a hop blocker. It is very difficult to install because the heating coils are in the way. It didn't help anyway. So I bought a hop spider. That resolved the hop debri issue. My first few batches were also very murky. I've had to add rice hulls to prevent stuck mashes. And my effeciency has been less than 60%. So, I watched the Great Fermentations video on how to use the system. That resulted in needing a water test and buying a digital pH meter. And I still only got 55% efficiency. So, I not only spent $3000 on the system, I've had to spend hundreds more on additional equipment, I have to buy a lot of extra grain, and it really requires a lot of attention while brewing. I'm really considering getting a later tun and going back to a three teir set up. If you are going to spend this kind of money, buy something else. Or look for my used system on Craigslist soon.
June 20, 2015
Brewing made simple!
Moving to all grain? This is a great first step. The compact setup and electical option (particularly the 120V setup) is super convenient in a smaller apartment or in the city. Blichmann makes top-notch equipment, and this whole setup is great.
May 7, 2015