Anvil Foundry™ Brewing System - 10.5 gal.

Anvil Foundry™ Brewing System - 10.5 gal.

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The ANVIL Foundry™ is the most versatile all-in-one brewing system available. From the triple element low watt density dual voltage heaters for blazing fast heating speeds, to the unique high flow grain basket, you won't find a more powerful feature rich product.
These systems will ship free to anywhere in the contiguous United States.
  • Switchable Between 120V 1600W and 240V 2800W for Faster Heating & Better Boils.
  • Unique High Flow Grain Basket with 150% More Perforations to Virtually Eliminate Stuck Mashes.
  • Large Capacity Increases Efficiency and Grain Capacity.
  • Double Wall Insulation Maintains Mash Temps and Increases Heating Speeds.
  • Ultra Low Watt Density, Triple Element Heaters - Won't Scorch.
  • Linear Digital Power Control and Solid-State Switching for Fine Tuning your Boil.
  • Turbo 500 Distillation Ready.
  • Includes High Capacity Stainless Immersion Chiller with Hoses & Fittings.
  • Optional External Pump Won't Plug and is Easy to Clean. No Need to Disassemble Entire Unit! Use for Other Pumping Needs too.
  • Three Sizes Available: 18 Gallon for 10 gallon batches, 10.5 Gallon for 5 Gallon Batches and 6.5 Gallon for 2.5-3 Gallon Batches.


Caution! Do not CLAMP the lid in place while boiling. The steam buildup can lead to severe burns.  The lid should only be clamped when used for distillation. Read all instructions and practice safe brewing.


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Right size for needs
Valued C on Oct 4, 2022
Best features for the price
Valued C on Sep 23, 2022
Right size for needs
Valued C on Oct 4, 2022
Looked to have all the features I could use
Peter T on Sep 23, 2022
Best features for the price
Valued C on Sep 23, 2022
The 120/240 option and the distilling kits available
William F S on Jul 11, 2022
Optional 220 volt to reduce boil time wait
Vernon L on Jun 3, 2022
William D on Jun 2, 2022
120/240 power option
Roger Arrowood on May 26, 2022
Gift for son
Beth M on May 17, 2022
Simplicity and double wall construction with external pump plus cost
Larry D on May 14, 2022
good reviews
Marcia J K on Apr 27, 2022
Dean P on Mar 26, 2022
To be able to run 5 gal. And below batches
Cory P on Mar 4, 2022
Size and amenities
Michael L S on Feb 25, 2022
Price and best fits my needs for future brew room
Alexander C on Feb 17, 2022
Good price for size
Austin T on Feb 3, 2022
make grain brewing easier
Matthew B on Jan 22, 2022
Articles and reviews said it was great
Sina M on Nov 25, 2021
The ability to switch to 240v.
Eric C on Nov 25, 2021
Husband been wanting it
Laura C on Nov 20, 2021
Excellent reviews and simplified brew all in one process
Alex R on Nov 12, 2021
Dual voltage
Ralph I on Nov 9, 2021
Ease Of Use!!
Blaine M on Jul 31, 2021
Referred by a friend using Blichmann
Phil W on Jul 23, 2021
Lots of research shows this is the best deal of all.
Louis Vance on Apr 28, 2021
It has great reviews, user friendly videos, appears to be the right size, and I like that it is electric
ERIC P on Apr 28, 2021
Heard great reviews by family member
Kenneth R on Apr 28, 2021
An easier way to brew more often!
Melissa M on Feb 5, 2021
I want to move from propane to electric for better temp control
Ben Wells on Jan 28, 2021
on a wish list!!
Rebecca S on Jan 1, 2021
Ultra low watt density burner will reduce scorching
Michael N on Dec 24, 2020
Great product for the money
Shawn M on Dec 5, 2020
Seemed like an excellent product at a good price.
Brimmer S. on Dec 5, 2020
it was suggested by a friend
Mark C. W on Nov 11, 2020
adam on Nov 6, 2020
Completeness, reviews
Rodney B on Oct 29, 2020
My husband wanted it
Melanie S on Oct 7, 2020
rated as of the best all grain electric brewing systems
Randy B on Oct 2, 2020
An all-in-one electric brew system with power options not to mention great reviews and the double walled vacuum insulated SS. I'm a yeti guy after all.
JON H on Sep 23, 2020
this got good reviews from my beer forum friends
Lewis Hunter on Sep 11, 2020
After reviewing other all mash and brews. The Anvil fits my desires for most affordable and offerings.
Jim G on Jul 29, 2020
Genus Brewing Review
David B on Jul 29, 2020
looks like a good intro, good reviews
Awk34 on Jul 22, 2020
Recommended by a friend
Tina G on Jul 17, 2020
From research, seems like best value for the dollar electric all grain system. Made by Blichmann is a big plus
John T on Jul 17, 2020
I wanted an electric brewing system that has both 110Volt and 220Volt options. It also has a large capacity for bigger beers.
CBY on Jul 16, 2020
Simplifying my brew day and great reviews. Competitive pricing for the for a true ready to brew system.
Ed U on Jul 10, 2020
All of the upgraded details vs. other brands
Rande Ross on Jul 10, 2020
An all in one solution that completes the setup.
Charlie S on Jul 10, 2020
Starting all grain recipes
Jerime Z on Jul 9, 2020
10.5 GAL!!! My Mash and Boil barely holds 7.5. I'm new to home-brewing and don't want to have to modify recipes to make 5 gals
Durane S on Jul 7, 2020
Looked to have all the features I could use
Peter T on Sep 23, 2022
The 120/240 option and the distilling kits available
William F S on Jul 11, 2022
Can I use this for 2.5 or 3 gal. batches?
Seyed Mirhosseini on Mar 12, 2020
There's two different pics. If i order now will i get the controller on top or bottom.?
Joe Denkinger on Feb 14, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Joe - This product is currently on back order. When it returns to stock, I would certainly guess it will come as the new version.
What is the expected efficiency of this system without any modifications?
Michael Hutson on Jan 27, 2020
BEST ANSWER: If you use a pump and recirculate, you will greatly improve your efficiency. You don't need to use the anvil pump, if you have a march or a chugger or some other magnetic drive brewing pump, they all work fine as long as you have a valve on the pump output that you can control the flow.
Do I need to use mash grain bag?
Seyed Mirhosseini on Mar 12, 2020
BEST ANSWER: No. This comes with a mash basket that will serve this purpose. I have had very little grain end up in the pot during boil. I have been using my anvil for about 4 months now and love it.
Does it have the ability to do a delayed start? So you could set it up the night before to be ready in the morning.
Kevin Sinarle on Jan 14, 2022
BEST ANSWER: Yes, you can set it for delayed start in hour increments. I routinely set it up the day before and set the timer to have hot water when I'm ready to brew.
How long does it take from sparge to boil with 120V?
Brian on Apr 15, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Hi Brian, it doesn't take much longer them my propane system. I would say 30 or so minutes.
Get Brewing! That is a great system!
What is the maximum grain bill for 10.5 gal. version? Can I brew barley wine with it?
Seyed Mirhosseini on Dec 13, 2020
BEST ANSWER: In this video they say 16lbs officially, but made barley wine with 20 lbs. It worked okay. It stuck two or three times, with rice hulls. https://youtu.be/plaATj7DcQc
Will the 240v set up work in the United States with a dryer 220v plug/extension cord?
Ryland Matthews on Oct 3, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Yes but you will need to change the cord end on foundry to the appropriate plug, if you search the internet/YouTube you see how to make an adapter cord that allows you to retain the existing 120 volt end which comes in handy if you ever want to use it elsewhere and only 120v is available, just dont forget to turn switch to 120v/240v on anvil. Good practice is to electrical tape the adapter cord to anvil plug as a reminder to always keep it attached to anvil and it's on 240v setting.
If I order without the pump does it still come with the return tube and perforated disc?
Evan Hegarty on Jan 11, 2022
BEST ANSWER: No that is part of the pump kit
Does anyone know what this means in the Anvil Foundry specifications?
"Linear Digital Power Control and Solid-State Switching"
Steven Stark on Jan 4, 2021
BEST ANSWER: It believe it just means the controls (temperature and power level) are digital while the on/off switch is a standard solid state switch.
What is the recommended min. grain bill for 10.5 gal. version?
Seyed Mirhosseini on Mar 12, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Hello Sayed, the minimum grain bill for the 10.5 gal system is 8 lbs.
How long is the power cord ?
Anthony C Butas on Jan 3, 2020

4.8 / 5.0
25 Reviews
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1 Star
Rated 5 out of 5
Very nice system
I brewed my first batch. Worked great!
August 24, 2022
2 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
So Amazing
Pretty new at this...only just finished my first brew with it, but the simplicity of this and compact system really helps in my new Apartment lifestyle! We just sold the house and moved to an apartment, so decided to pull the trigger on changing my brewing methodology. After the first batch, I'm super excited about this...guessing it will stay that way the more I use it...
July 14, 2022
2 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Simplify transition to all grain
Worked great. Hit numbers first time with machine and first time all grain.
April 2, 2022
Rated 5 out of 5
Makes beer as advertised
I just finished my first all-grain brew an hour ago. I made an English Ordinary Bitter. My OG was a little lower than I anticipated (70%). Hopefully I’ll get better with experience.
I used 240v, the unit heats up very quickly. The full malt pipe with 10lbs of grain is quite heavy. It wasn’t unmanageable, but it is heavy.
March 3, 2022
8 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
You will brew more
This thing is great! Easy to brew with which will result in MoreBeer! You won't regret getting one.
February 18, 2021
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Fun system
I have wanted to move away from my three vessel tiered system with propane. I have only brewed with the Anvil once. Everything went well and it was much easier to clean up. Less heavy lifting and temperature control was very accurate. Mine is on 240v and the boil time was pretty quick.
February 16, 2021
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Anvil has a gem on their hands!
Zero regrets with this all in one!

Boil is a beast at 240 volts, well designed and easy to use controls. I liked how the pump was both optional and outside of the unit compared to similar models.

Brewed my first beer this past weekend and literally the easiest brew day I’ve had.

Don’t miss out on this!
February 10, 2021
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Perfect for City Apartment Brewing
I have to say, I gave this a 5 star just because of how easy this system made my brew days in my small brewing space. I have been brewing for about 10 years off and on, for the last 6 years I've had the same old Cooler Mash Tun and kettle system, I would fly sparge with different various heavy lifting setups throughout those years. I never could justify the cost in those years of systems similar to this. After years of researching something that would work best for me, the Anvil system was the right price, had everything I wanted and this pump is quiet!!!! I am limited, I only have 120, or a stove and kettle, both take the same amount of time to get to a boil and to mash temp. The boil is a little weak, but it's the same as my stove so I already had the boil rate setup in my brewing software. I have done two beers thus far in two weeks, and have enjoyed the process, it's all that matters, with limited power and space, this was still the best choice!
December 10, 2020
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Very nice well built unit
Very nice well built unit. I am very happy with it
September 18, 2020
over 2 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Great system at a great price
I have made three 6 gallon batches with my Anvil 10.5. It took me two batches to get my parameters set correctly in BeerSmith. I am using the 120V option with a recirculation pump.
Efficiency. I am getting 65% BH efficiency using a 2 gallon grain rinse. I heat up my strike water and sparge water together, then pull 2 gallons for the sparge then dough in. It is really a rinse since I don't dunk the grains into the sparge water, just pore them slowly over the top. My grain mill is set at 0.035". I use a half pound of rice hulls also.
Brew day time. I have used the timer to have my strike water ready for me when I wake up, this eliminates the 1 hour and 15 minutes it takes to heat the water from ambient to 155 degF. My last two brews, I started heating my water and had time to weigh my grains and hops, grind my grain and sanitize my fermenter. I also had time to eat breakfast and drink coffee while reading. Since everything is automatic, you don't need to monitor the temperature. I added my grains and adjusted pH and got my pump circulating. The unit holds the mash temp within +/-1 degF. Once conversion is complete, heat to 168 degF and then lift the grain basket and allow it to drain and change my temp setting to boil. O let the basket drain for 10-15 minutes and then slowly rinse with the 2 gallons of water I saved back.
I get a nice boil from the unit but not enough to have to worry about boil over.
At 15 minutes I add my chiller. Once boil is complete I hook up my circulation pump and begin cooling the batch. I have a stainless steel tube to circulate around the chiller without splashing. Once the batch is chilled to my desired temperature, I am using my own homemade copper chiller. The included chiller is OK but a little slow.
My brew day is not any shorter using this unit, but cleanup is easier. I really like the fact that I can walk away from the brew and do other things and not worry about my gas burner needing adjustment or the dogs getting their tail too close to the fire.
The two beers I have made are both excellent (Vienna Lager and a Hazy IPA).
I would recommend this system to anyone wanting to get into electric brewing. I had a first gen RoboBrew and the Anvil system is far superior in every aspect. The 10.5 gallon capacity allows me to make keg sized batches of big beers. It's a great system.
August 29, 2020
over 2 years ago