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ANVIL FOUNDRY™ – 6.5 Gallon Electric Boiler Kettle FREE SHIPPING T500 Ready Includes Pump and Recirculation Kit

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.

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SKU: ANV-Foundry-6.5-RCategories: ADVANCED BREWING, EQUIPMENT KITS, KETTLES COOKWARE STOVES BURNERS, STILLS AND STILL PARTS

Description

    • Recirculation Pump Kit Included.
    • Switchable Between 120V 1600W, 13A and 240V 2800W, 12A 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. (T500 column and lid kit optional)
    • Includes High Capacity Stainless Immersion Chiller with Hoses & Fittings.
    • External Pump Won’t Plug and is Easy to Clean. No Need to Disassemble Entire Unit! Use for Other Pumping Needs too.
    • Two Sizes Available: 10.5 Gallon for 5 Gallon Batches and 6.5 Gallon for 2.5-3 Gallon Batches.

6.5 Dimensions:
Tank Diameter = 12.5 inches
Distance Across the Handles = 17 inches
Height of Base Unit = 21.25 inches
Lid = 3.25 inches
Total Height = 24.5 inches
Spigot Height from Base = 7 inches
Shipping Weight = 23 lbs

Wattage 120V = 1600 watts

 

Additional information

Weight480 oz
Dimensions24 × 16 × 16 in

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Anvil Foundry™ Brewing System - 6.5 gal.

Due to high demand, this item is currently on backorder with the manufacturer. For in stock all-in-one brewing systems, check out the BrewZilla  or DigiMash  systems.
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.
  • Two Sizes Available: 10.5 Gallon (AG720) 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.

Shipping Limitation: This item does not qualify for free shipping.

I'm looking at the 6.5gal as a mash tun, I would still plan to use main propane burner for my 5 gal batches main boil.
Question: is there a reason the 6.5gal will not work as a 5gal batch mash tun?
My current mash tun is around 6gal and I feel like it is sufficient for 12lb grain. Is it due to the lost volume under false bottom?
I just imagine I would not need all the space of the 10gal version.
BEST ANSWER:Matthew - If your're doing low gravity brews, there should be no reason this wouldn't work for you.
BEST ANSWER:Matthew - If your're doing low gravity brews, there should be no reason this wouldn't work for you.
The size of the grain basket is also a limiting factor. It's advertised to only hold 8 lbs of grain - you might get 9 into it if you're lucky.
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I'm new to brewing. Is this system good for beginners to intermediate brewers?
BEST ANSWER:I think this is a good system for anyone. I've been brewing for about 7 years and bought this system about 8 months ago and it's great! It really simplifies the brewing process and makes brew day so much more enjoyable. It's easy to clean, compact, and the delay feature saves me about an hour each time I brew. I can easily do step mashes and having the ability to recirculate the mash with the pump is a big plus. The price is good too. The cost of a burner, kettle, and mash tun can easily add up to the $500 this costs and takes up way more space . I will say the immersion chiller that is included isn't that great (it doesn't hang down far enough to make good contact with the wort) and I've been using my old chiller instead. Also the clamp for controlling the flow of the pump is tricky to get right. Other than that I've had no issues and would recommend to any homebrewer at any experience level.
BEST ANSWER:I think this is a good system for anyone. I've been brewing for about 7 years and bought this system about 8 months ago and it's great! It really simplifies the brewing process and makes brew day so much more enjoyable. It's easy to clean, compact, and the delay feature saves me about an hour each time I brew. I can easily do step mashes and having the ability to recirculate the mash with the pump is a big plus. The price is good too. The cost of a burner, kettle, and mash tun can easily add up to the $500 this costs and takes up way more space . I will say the immersion chiller that is included isn't that great (it doesn't hang down far enough to make good contact with the wort) and I've been using my old chiller instead. Also the clamp for controlling the flow of the pump is tricky to get right. Other than that I've had no issues and would recommend to any homebrewer at any experience level.
I have been brewing for many many years. Because of my age, I opted for the smaller version because it is much lighter and easier to lift. This is, by far, the easiest system I have ever used. And it is really perfect for a newbie, because you can use it for extract brewing, and then ease into all grain, as the spirit moves you. I can assure you that even if you pay a lot more, you will not find a system that is easier to use.
This system is good for beginners to Professional. You can start out with Extract brewing and advance at your pace to steeping and then All-grain. When you try All-Grain you can start with Single Infusion and then try Multi Step Mashes. With the addition of a chiller (I recommend a C.S.S. type immersion chiller, just go big, you wont regret it) you will have a great one pot system.
Yes. I started on this system and it's a great place to start. The whole system is really easy to use, clean and store since they all fit inside the main unit. The only reason to move to a different unit would be to make larger batches. Other than that, this will last you a very long time.
Yes, you can use it to easily produce up to 5 gallon extract batches starting out, then as your confidence builds use it to venture into 2.5 gallon all-grain batches. I plan to add the larger size soon, so that I can produce even larger batches.
It's great for all levels of brewers. It will do 3 gal batches of an all grain recipe and I use mine for larger 5 gal extract recipe's also. If you want to to do 5 gal all grain recipe's you may want step up to the big one.
Yes ! It made everything so much simpler for us
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Why, despite the indication that shipping is free for this product, do I see a $22 charge for shipping when I try to order this item?
BEST ANSWER:We apologize for the confusion and inconvenience. We charge shipping on this item as it ships directly from the manufacturer.
BEST ANSWER:We apologize for the confusion and inconvenience. We charge shipping on this item as it ships directly from the manufacturer.
It may be shipping direct from Anvil and they are charging for delivery.
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Is the immersion chiller supposed to be fully submerged? When I hung mine over the sides the first couple of rungs weren’t in the wort, and if I tried to place the chiller in the kettle without hanging it would crimp the hose from the tap and the draining hose
BEST ANSWER:The immersion chiller does not have to be entirely submerged. The more coils you have submerged the more efficient your chiller will be. To have coils sticking out the top just means it will take a little bit longer to chill the wort. If you feel like it you can try to bend down the parts of your chiller that are not submerged.
BEST ANSWER:The immersion chiller does not have to be entirely submerged. The more coils you have submerged the more efficient your chiller will be. To have coils sticking out the top just means it will take a little bit longer to chill the wort. If you feel like it you can try to bend down the parts of your chiller that are not submerged.
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Anvil Foundry™ Brewing System - 10.5 gal.

Due to high demand, this item is currently on backorder with the manufacturer. For in stock all-in-one brewing systems, check out the BrewZilla or DigiMash systems.

 


 

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.

 

Features:

  • 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.
  • Two Sizes Available: 10.5 Gallon for 5 Gallon Batches and 6.5 Gallon (AG721) 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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Can I use this for 2.5 or 3 gal. batches?

Seyed Mirhosseini on Mar 12, 2020

BEST ANSWER:The Foundry 10.5 Gallon system can make a minimum batch size of 4 Gallons
BEST ANSWER:The Foundry 10.5 Gallon system can make a minimum batch size of 4 Gallons
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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.
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.
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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.
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Going electric for brewing and distilling. Anvil foundry + Turbo 500?

I currently brew with a 2 vessel system using propane (mash tun + BK, 10 gallons each) and had distilled on a converted 1/2bbl keg also using propane.

We're getting solar installed at the house so i'm more inclined to switch to electric for both brewing and distilling since the energy will essentially be free. I was looking at the Anvil foundry 10.5 gallon system and noticed there are some distilling attachments as well.

I really only distill for brandy and whisky so i don't need much as far as reflux goes, so a simple pot still style condenser would be fine. I saw this copper dome attachment that fits on the anvil system and then this basic pot still condenser which attaches to that.

Has anyone had experience with this setup, or one similar? Apparnetly the condenser screws onto the dome but i'm wondering if there's something similar but using 1.5" TC fittings? It might make it a little more future-proofed if that's the case.

 

Sours: https://www.homebrewtalk.com/threads/going-electric-for-brewing-and-distilling-anvil-foundry-turbo-500.675205/

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