DigiBoil Electric Kettle - 35L/9.25G (220V)

DigiBoil Electric Kettle - 35L/9.25G (220V)

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The DigiBoil electric kettle can serve a surprisingly wide range of functions. It's perfect for 5-gallon extract batches, preheating strike or sparge water, and with the addition of a still top lid and condenser, it can be used for home distilling. With the Mash Upgrade Kit, you can easily use the DigiBoil as an electric mash tun.

This model runs off 220V power and has dual heating elements (1900w and 500w) that can be controlled independently. Includes 304 stainless steel 1/2" ball valve with 13mm barb (approx. 1/2").

The DigiBoil is also an excellent choice for candle making. It quickly melts wax and holds the temperature needed to prevent the wax from solidifying.


  • 304 stainless steel construction
  • 9 gallon total capacity
  • Digital temperature control
  • 220V / 15A power
  • NEMA 6-30R plug (5 ft. cord)
  • Stamped-in volume markers (gallons & liters)
  • Temperature reads in °F or °C
    • With elements turned off, hold both +/- buttons to switch between °F or °C
  • Compatible with reflux and pot still (DS130 DS120)*
  • External Dimensions: 29" H x 15" W (including handles)
  • Internal Dimensions: 19.5" H x 11.75" W
  • ETL Listed

*Distilling: using the DigiBoil with a distilling condenser requires the still top lid and gasket (DS124).

Warning: Distilling alcohol without permits or licensing is illegal in many countries, including the United States.  It is the customer's responsibility to research their local, state, and federal laws and abide by those laws. Brewmaster is not responsible for any damage or injury caused by either misuse or unlawful use. Stills can also be used to produce essential oils, vinegar, purified water and engine fuel (requires permit in USA). 


Kegland Part number: KL07252
Item # BE502
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Availability California - In Stock
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Weight 18 LBS
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Why did you choose this?
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Price, quality, flexibility
william on May 4, 2022
This seems perfect for brew in a bag. Price and availability. The reviews answered the questions I had.
William B on Feb 1, 2022
Price, quality, flexibility
william on May 4, 2022
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Abdulaziz A on Apr 28, 2022
This seems perfect for brew in a bag. Price and availability. The reviews answered the questions I had.
William B on Feb 1, 2022
chris t on Dec 15, 2021
Got great ratings in "Brew your own" magazine. Excited for my husband to upgrade.
Danielle L S on Dec 3, 2021
220V Hot Liquor Tank
Valued C on Nov 27, 2021
Candle making
Deja F on Oct 14, 2021
recommended by family member
Nancy A on Feb 22, 2021
220v 9gal need hot water for sparging
BRIAN F on Jan 29, 2021
For candle making
Amanda R on Jan 15, 2021
have the 65l digiboiler/love it
Valued C on Jan 12, 2021
i need to simplify my brew day and this eliminates propane and burners.
John W on Dec 30, 2020
My husband put it in his Christmas list.
Kara B on Dec 9, 2020
Diego Alberto Wulf B on Nov 23, 2020
Looking for an electric boil kettle
Cody P on Oct 10, 2020
for my business
Sam G on Jul 28, 2020
Want to be able to brew inside during California summers
bc-bruce on Jun 20, 2020
I wanted a simple electric kettle that did not have an exposed element.
Joseph Gibbens on Jun 4, 2020
Get out of the kitchen!
Alex B on Apr 27, 2020
220v for faster heating and more vigorous boil
Richard F on Apr 4, 2020
Great value
Dane B on Feb 29, 2020
Replace propane/equipment
Ed H on Dec 24, 2019
Going indoors and no propane!
David E on Dec 1, 2019
Nice units self contained
Cathy S on Nov 30, 2019
Edward Anhalt on Nov 30, 2019
This is a gift. My son brews and picked this item.
Sandra L D on Sep 17, 2019
great reviews. Looking to do 5 gallon BIAB.
Adam C on Sep 2, 2019
husband wanted
Bonnie L P on Aug 28, 2019
perfect choice for an HLT on an electric system
Chase B on Jun 20, 2019
Have the 110v boiler looking to upgrade to 220v for faster boils
Mario P on May 24, 2019
Brew kettle alternative and power/wattage
Dennis I on Mar 8, 2019
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Abdulaziz A on Apr 28, 2022
chris t on Dec 15, 2021
Can you post a picture of the 220v plug so those thinking about buying this can have the proper outlet installed?
Weston Slate on Feb 28, 2019
BEST ANSWER: The plug is a standard NEMA 6-30P. Since these are standard any NEMA 6-30R will be a perfect, guaranteed fit. If you have a receptacle already, it will have the rating and name stamped on it either of the outside or the inside.
What are the dimensions on this kettle?
Weston Slate on Feb 28, 2019
Do you plan to make a 4 wire version of the 220v digiboil? Most newer homes have 4 wire 240 plugs and this unit is 3 wire which would require running a new circuit instead of using existing one ie.. The dryer plug
Larry J Moore on Jan 8, 2020
BEST ANSWER: You could also make an adapter plug with a male plug like your drier; a piece of 10 gauge SO cable; and a female plug for you digiboil.
Just make sure you use the two black (or black and red) wires and the green wire (to ground) the white is the common and isn't used on the digiboil.
Solution for dryer plug with 4 wire wall plug in?
Kevin on Oct 7, 2021
BEST ANSWER: My dryer outlet was a different 220 outlet. So I went on Amazon and they have adapters so that this plug can fit any other type of 220 outlet. If you don’t have access to a 220 power source they make 110 version to fit any standard grounded outlet. (Less power, longer to boil)

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Rated 4 out of 5
Nicely Controlled Heating Kettle
Worked very well for steeping grain and moving up to boil with the wattage available on the 240v unit. Only complaint is the 600 watt heater is just a bit under powered for maintaining a good 5 gallon boil. Had to turn on 1900 watt heater periodically to bump up the boil rate and then turn back to the 600 watt heater. Otherwise a great unit. Easy to make a cord to use an electric dryer outlet for the 240v power.
March 28, 2022
6 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Thank you
The price was so great shipping was exceptional and customer service was on point thank you so much
January 12, 2022
8 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Awesome step up from the propane burner!
September 12, 2021
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Best for the money
For the money, this really is the best bang for the buck. I have used it twice with great results. I have been very happy with my Brewzilla. This is a slimmed down model of that. Seems to work really well with my PID setup too.
September 3, 2021
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
May 5, 2021
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Perfect Boiler
Maintains heat and simple to operate, all at an affordable price!
March 8, 2021
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Great for Brew in a Bag brewing
Have only used it once so far. But worked perfectly. The temp was consistent within 2 degrees. Worked great for the mash. Was a little trickier during the boil. I had to run it slightly high and leave the lid mostly open to maintain a boil without boiling over.
February 8, 2021
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Easiest and cheapest way to go electric
Easiest way to go electric. Pair this with a pump and a couple coolers and I am now brewing inside. About 30 minutes to strike temp and 40 from mash out to boil. Highly recommend it if you are in the fence about electric brewing.
October 31, 2020
1 year ago
Rated 4 out of 5
Exactly what I needed!
I brewed my first electric batch today. I have the 220v version since my garage is already wired for it. It took 25 mins to get to strike temp. The thermostat automatically shuts off when it hits the set temp, but there's no alarm or alert. Next time I'll set my phone timer and go make some coffee. I BIAB and didn't use a false bottom, I just shut off the elements before putting the bag/grains in. Held mash temp fine with only a couple of degree loss in an hour (I made a jacket for the kettle). I just mash out by adding 2 gals boiling water form the stove to thin the mash and bring the temp up. Just don't turn the elements back on until the bag is removed and drained . The 220v gets a good boil going in about 20 min and didn't even have a boil-over. I was actually able to shut off the smaller element and maintain a good boil on the 1900W element only. Nice and (oddly) quiet.

For me, the DigiBoil worked very well to replace my propane setup and simplify my brew day...weather no longer a factor with indoor brewing. Cleans up easy too. As others have said, it is a no-frills, economical option for an electric kettle. I do, however, feel like you need the 220v model to really be efficient time-wise.
December 31, 2019
over 2 years ago
Rated 4 out of 5
Dont know if I love it or hate it
I bought both sizes of this system (17G and 9G), both 220V.
I have a couple other 5 gallon, 3 vessel A/G electric systems, but wanted to try these out for several reasons :
- Smaller footprint
- Easier cleanup
- The ability to do larger and smaller batches than 5 gallon

For full disclosure... I made a few mods to both system before I ever even plugged them in:
- I removed their drain valve, and installed a 1/2NPT SS valve with QD fitting outside and a whirlpool fitting inside.
- That QD fitting is used to connect the valve to a pump.
- I made a sparge ring that sits on the grain bed so I can recirculate the wort throughout the mash process to maintain an even temp throughout the grain bed.
- I bought the insulation wrap for it.

After using both for a handful of brew days, I've formed some opinions....

- Price is unbelievable for what you get.
- Footprint is definitely smaller than 3 vessel systems.
- Operation is VERY simple
- Heat up times are very reasonable.
- Cleanup is a breeze
- You can boil smaller batches since there isn't an exposed heating element you have to keep submerged
- Having the ability to turn on/off the different sized heating elements lets you perfectly maintain as vigorous, or as mild, of a boil as you want.
- Changing mash temperature on the fly works great. Raising to 170 for mashout is quick and painless.

- The mash basket ("grain tube" as people call it) sits sooo high off the bottom, that you have to put all your water in just to get enough water to mash. There's literally 2-4 gallons of water UNDER the mash basket. (depending on which size you have) This leaves no water left to sparge with. I'm sure this is whats killing efficiency.
- The large fluctuation in temp control is annoying. Its about a 5 degree swing. That's a pretty big envelope when it comes to mash temp. Seems easily fixed with a little program change??
- Our typical recipe is a 5 gallon batch of about 8% IPA. That grain bill is too much for the small unit..... and it's not enough for the large unit because of the 4 gallons of wasted water under the mash basket.

Overall... it's well built, VERY affordable, and will make beer. We will keep playing around with it. Maybe even find a way to lower the mash basket so we can sparge and see if that helps with efficiency. If we can't get the efficiency up, I'll probably go back to using one of the 3 vessel systems. Or maybe just use these for our HLT and BK, and use our old tried and true mash tuns.
December 18, 2019
over 2 years ago