Would you like to offer your self-made beer to your friends? Do you like to experiment with flavors? Are you maybe a fan of strong Belgian ales or American hop beers? Would you like to bring your own beer to your next family reunion or picnic with friends? If you answered with yes to at least one of the questions, then home brewing is perfect for you and the Guten home brewery can help you with that.
Whether you are a beginner or an experienced hobby brewer, the Guten mash kettle provides a simple complete package for the application of the brew mash. A clear touch panel with an LCD display can be used to manually set the temperature, cooking time and power - or you can pass the entire process over to automatic control. It reaches the desired temperature quickly and easily, then keeps it at a constant temperature for hours.
Fresh beer from your own home brewery? It couldn’t be easier: with the Guten, every hobby brewer can easily achieve master brewing quality.
Which model to choose?
- The answer mainly depends on how much beer would you like to make in one batch. Brewing a one batch takes around 5 to 6 hours. If you plan to brew from 20 to 40 litres, I suggest the Guten XL model, with a maximum capacity of 52 litres. Since you will face some wort losses through a boil- off, hop absorption and during fermentation, you will end up with approx. 40 litres of beer.
- If you go for the Guten XXL with a capacity of 70 litres, you will be able to brew approx. 60 litres of finished beer within the same amount of time.
- The Guten Simple 65-liter model, does not have a built-in recirculating pump. Due to the lack of pump, it is necessary to stir by hand the porridge of water and malt occasionally during mashing to ensure a uniform temperature throughout the porridge.
- If 60 liters of beer is not enough for you, I suggest a combination of Guten XXL and Guten Simple. This way you will be able to make a double batch. When you finnish mashing the first batch In Guten XXL, you pump the beer into Guten Simple and finish boiling and cooling in it. In the same time when the wort in Guten Simple boils, you can in parallel mashing the second batch in Guten XXL. This double batch brewing extends your cooking time for up to two hours. However, you will be capable to brew about 120 liters of beer in about 8 hours.
|Model||Amount of beer made*|
|Guten XL||40 litres|
|Guten XXL||60 litres|
|Guten XXL + Guten Simple||120 litres|
This are the approximate quantities since the exact values depends on the individual brewing recipe