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      56 Ltr Stainless Steel Gas Boiler with Fittings
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      Regular Price £144.00 Special Price £114.00 £95.00
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      Peco Electrim Boiler - EB1
      £78.00 £65.00
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      G40 The Grainfather Brewing System
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      £1,101.00 £917.50
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      Chemstone 500ml
      £10.44 £8.70
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      Heating Element for Boiler
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      £22.80 £19.00
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      Brewing Gloves - Medium
      £7.98 £6.65
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      Brewing Gloves - Large
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      Stainless Scrub Pad
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    Boilers for All malt beer making

    When it comes to all grain beer making, one of the most important pieces of equipment is the boiler. The boiler is used to heat the water that will be used in the brewing process, as well as to heat the wort during the brewing process. There are several types of boilers that are commonly used in all grain beer making, each with its own advantages and disadvantages.

    The first type of boiler that is commonly used in all grain beer making is the electric boiler. Electric boilers are easy to use and maintain, and they are also very efficient. They are also very safe to use, as there is no open flame involved. However, electric boilers can be expensive to purchase upfront, and they can also be expensive to operate, as electricity is generally more expensive than other types of fuel.

    Another type of boiler that is commonly used in all grain beer making is the gas boiler. Gas boilers are also easy to use and maintain, and they are generally more affordable than electric boilers. They are also very efficient, and they can heat water and wort very quickly. However, gas boilers can be dangerous if not properly vented or installed, and they can also be more difficult to use in areas where gas is not readily available.

    Overall, each type of boiler has its own advantages and disadvantages when it comes to all grain beer making. It is important to carefully consider your needs and budget when choosing a boiler, and to make sure that you properly maintain and use your boiler to ensure safety and efficiency.