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Mash Kettle

Mash Kettle

Saturated grain (suspended on a SS perforated false-bottom) is placed in a state of 'balanced equilibrium' within the mash with liquid above and below. Circulation during the mash is smooth and without aeration. Liquid flows to the top inlet of the kettle and is distributed in a uniform pattern to the grain bed. Temperature within the mash is held to a remarkably close tolerance from top to bottom as liquid is continuously blended.

BREW-MAGIC RIMS (recirculating) efficiency creates a no-stir, highly managed and repeatable brewing environment. Grain remains undisturbed and serves as a static-filter to clarify the wort during circulation. The kettle is tough with excellent heat retention yet is easy to clean and disconnect for cleaning. All disconnection points are sanitary tri-clamp design. Sabco equipment is constructed using only 'sanitary-weld' technology.

Temp. Sensor

The onboard V350MS touch-screen controller receives temperature data from a specifically designed thermocouple probe which is in direct contact with the wort flow at the Mash Kettle outlet. Response time is immediate and extremely accurate.

A second analog design thermometer is installed at the Mash outlet for redundancy purposes. This gauge can be calibrated by the brewer.

Valve 2

Valve 2: Mash to Boil

During the sparge operation, use Valve 2 to direct the richest wort from the bottom of the Mash kettle over to the boil. At the same time, the brewer may direct prepared sparge water from the HLT vessel, via the pump, to the top of the mash kettle.

Flow rate into the boil as well as the sparge flow rate to the mash are completely controllable by the brewer.

Boil Kettle

Boil Kettle

Like the Mash kettle, the Boil has sanitary-smart tri-clamp (TC) fittings at all disconnect points. Easy to move, disconnect, clean and remount for your next batch.

The sight-class is shatterproof and calibrated for both gal. and Liter increments. The TC removable siphon will drain the kettle dry. Brewers may use a false bottom if desired to assist in separating clean wort from hot break.

Valve 1

Valve 1: Boil to Chiller

SABCO uses a sanitary, heavy duty, tri-clamp ball valve at this location. It can be completely disassembled for cleaning if desired. Direct boiling wort via the Mash kettle's internal siphon to your chiller through this valve.

Lockable Casters

Lockable Casters

The Brew-Magic System is both CSA as well as CE certified for safety. These heavy-duty, stainless, lockable casters are part of this safety system. Use them to ensure a stable, unmovable platform while brewing. At the end of your brew-day, you'll discover that moving the Brew-Magic System is quick and easy.

Valve 4 (Red)

Valve 4: Mash to Pump

Liquid may be moved to the mash from two (2) sources. Either the Mash kettle or the HLT kettle. During the mash, RIMS recirculation occurs when liquid is moved from the Mash kettle to the pump, then from the pump back to the Mash kettle. At this time, Valve 4 is fully opened to be sure that the pump remains flooded.

Burner Valves (Yellow)

Burner Valves (Yellow 3X)

Brew-Magic has 3 independent ball-valves to handle the gas flow to each of 3 respective burners (boil, mash, and HLT). The brewer has full control over both flame size and quality by adjusting the ball-valve as well as the gas/air mix vent located at the front of each burner. Brew-Magic utilizes a low pressure gas system with a CSA/CE certified appliance regulator. For safety, an emergency gas shut-off solenoid valve is connected to the system's emergency stop button.

Valve 5 (Red)

Valve 5: Pump to Mash

Liquid that is flowing from either the HLT or from the bottom of the Mash kettle will pass through valve 5 before reaching the top inlet of the Mash. By adjusting the 'return' flow rate using this valve, the brewer assures best RIMS efficiency, while maintaining the desired 'balanced-equilibrium' throughout the mash kettle with liquid above and below the grain-bed.

Gas Regulator

Gas Regulator

The Brew-Magic V350MS is certified for indoor commercial usage with both CSA & CE safety certifications. For this reason, the gas system uses an appliance design regulator, low pressure manifold, and has a built in solenoid valve that shuts off the gas flow automatically if the emergency stop button is activated.

USB Cable Outlet

USB Cable Outlet

MagicSoft Technology and the V350 PLC track and record brewer activities while brewing. This datalog of information including temp. settings, step timing, pump activations, brewer notes, graphics, etc. is saved with your desired file name to an onboard SD card. This file can be used directly or moved for editing, renaming, and analysis both to and from your laptop via the USB outlet.

Enclosure Box

Electronics Enclosure Box

The nema style gasketed enclosure houses all electronics (including the Unitronics V350MS PLC) in a water tight compartment. The heat exchanger and pump are also located within the child-safe panel door. All frame surfaces as well as the enclosure are powder coated (baked enamel) for rugged long-term wear and good looks.


Emergency Stop Button

For your protection, the emergency stop button will immediately disconnect power to all electronics except for the PLC. Likewise, it will also de-activate the electronic solenoid and stop the flow of fuel gas to all 3 burners.


V350MS Controller (PLC):

In pursuit of Perfect Repeatability, SABCO employs the truly amazing Vision 350 controller by Unitronics with the Brew-Magic System. This cutting edge electronics system provides the latest in controller design including a 3.5" touch-screen display with 256 colors.

SABCO provides a comprehensive package of onboard programming including our exclusive MagicSoft™ Technology which allows exacting acquisition and maintenance of brewer selected temperatures, activities, notes, clock times and graphics. Data is saved by file name by the brewer for editing to a laptop via USB or directly from the onboard SD card.

Designed by professionals for professionals to advanced amateurs who are ready to improve their skills. Features such as this have made the Brew-Magic V350MS the most 'popular-pilot' system globally.

HLT Kettle

HLT (Sparge) Kettle

Brewing and sparge water is prepared using the HLT kettle. Notice the calibrated sight glass and easy to read 3" dial thermometer. All connections both inside and out utilize sanitary weld technology and brewer preferred tri-clamp disconnects.

This is a rugged vessel that's easy to dismount with smooth handles. A 6 inch banjo style burner is used below while thicker body walls hold the temperature well. A beautiful stainless lid is included.

Valve 3 (Red)

Valve 3: HLT to Pump

Liquid may be moved to the mash from two (2) sources. Either the Mash kettle or the HLT kettle. During the initial filling of the mash as well as during sparge operations, water is moved from the HLT to the top of the Mash kettle. Valve 3 will be fully opened to the pump to be sure that it remains flooded. Valve 5 will then be used to adjust the desired flow rate.

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Here at SABCO, when asked to suggest the best all-grain brewing system to start a new pub, we most always send them to this page rather than to larger systems like our new, amazing Nano-Magic System. Brew-Magic V350MS System, since 1990, has started more new pubs than any other system globally. Designed as a pro-level pilot system for recipe development, the Brew-Magic V350MS speaks the language of advanced brewers who have grown weary of surprise 'snowflake' beer and desire a higher level of consistency, sanitation, and professional quality. You'll find Brew-Magic in the largest and smallest breweries everywhere. Thinking about opening a new pub? We suggest that you first create great recipes & habits, gain an audience and a reputation, work on one product at a time, then when you're ready, think about bigger volumes with bigger systems. Until then, consider the very best system to open that new pub.... start with the Brew-Magic V350MS System.
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Brew-Magic is the culmination of 5 years of research by Brewing scientists and Master Brewers as well as the creation of four highly engineered prototypes.

The project’s original purpose was to ‘design away’ those brewing characteristics previously determined to be less than repeatable for small batch brewing operations. Procedural as well as mechanical aspects of beer production were each considered, and in turn ‘re-developed’ to eliminate inconsistencies. These included wort handling technique, temperature control, stratification issues  (heat layering), hot- side aeration, caramelizing, stirring effects and brewer recipe recall.  The system employs specific RIMS (recirculating infusion techniques which are modified to limit inconsistent brewer activity and less than repeatable activities.

  • Process Flow Control

  • Milled grain is suspended in the mash kettle above a false bottom.
  • Prepared water is added in a unique fashion to place the grain in a fully saturated state of ‘equilibrium’ with similar quantities of liquid above and below.
  • Control valves are positioned to allow flow of liquid from under the false bottom through the system pump and on-board electronic heat exchanger.
  • Liquid is returned to the top of the mash bed in a controlled gentle whirlpool that insures a smooth, uniform distribution of heat without aeration.
  • System kettles have a convex bottom along with a centrally located siphon. This provide a constant directed motion of liquid without hot-spots within the vessel unlike flat bottomed design kettles. Potential caramelizing effects from heated surfaces are eliminated.
  • The Brew-Magic System recirculates the liquid wort (not grain) from and back to the mash. A specifically designed pump is used for this purpose. Pump impeller design, RPM, flow rate and tube diameter are all necessary considerations for the control of the smooth wort handling characteristics of this system.
  • Temperature Control

  • The wort liquid temperature is monitored by a Unitronics V350 color touch-screen controller as it flows from the mash kettle.
  • SABCO’s ‘patent-pending’ MagicSoft programming, keeps your recipe information in view while monitoring and automatically adjusting temperature to meet recipe step-times.   Current and target temperature, brewer notes, step-time intervals, pump activations, graphic temperature gradients,  etc. are all easily viewable. Brewers can write, name and save recipe files for future playback with full self control.
  • Kettle liquid temperatures are assisted by efficient ring style burners located under each kettle. Each has its individual control valve.
  • Final precise acquisition of the desired mash temperature is achieved without the use of the burner.  Brew-Magic’s fully flooded and vented electronic heat exchanger is automatically brought into play by the MagicSoft programming. The V350 controller locks and holds the temperature during the mashing process. Desirable step mashes are easily accomplished.
  • During this ‘managed’ mash temperature cycle, the system’s circulation action has ‘spent’ the grain without stirring, foaming, or adding other unwanted variables. Heat stratification  is eliminated within the mash by utilizing Brew-Magic’s smooth flow design. The grain bed remains undisturbed throughout the mashing procedure and acts as a static filter for circulating wort. This creates an amazingly clean finish runoff.
  • The Finish:

  • Heated sparge water is directed to the pump for re-distribution back to the top of the mash kettle in the form of a gentle whirlpool.
  • As clean liquid descends from the top through the grain for a final rinse, the richest wort under the false bottom is then directed via siphon, into the boil kettle. Yield efficiency is excellent and typically exceeds other brewing system designs.
  • As wort is being boiled, the brewer can set up and begin another mash. This feature is a great advantage when consecutive batches are desired.
  • Specifications

  • Model Name: Brew-Magic V350-MS Brewing System® (Patent Pending)
  • Controller Type: Unitronics Vision 350 Touchscreen, 3-1/2″, 256 color, QVGA , Industrial type
  • Software: ‘Magic-Soft®’ (Patent Pending) programming
  • Kettle type: Heavy-duty stainless, 15.5 gallons with handles
  • Kettle setup: Boil (lower), Mash (center), Sparge HL (right)
  • Connector type: Stainless, 1/2″ Pharmaceutical quality Tri-Clamp
  • Frame type: Commercial duty, powder coat, baked enamel
  • Frame kettle decking: Stainless steel , removable for easy cleanup
  • Frame Casters: Heavy duty swivel, two of the four are locking type (4.5″ T)
  • Brewery Size (with Casters): 74.5″ Long x 62.5″ High x 20″ Wide
  • Deck Height: Upper deck 39.5″ Lower deck 18″
  • Height to top of upper kettles: 62.5″
  • Height to top of lower kettle: 41.25″
  • Weight: 289 Lbs.
  • More Details

  • Brewing Capacity: 5-14 gallons per batch. A second batch can be mashing while the first is boiling. This allows consecutive, rapid brewing procedures for volume production.
  • Electrical Requirements: System is available in two electrical versions: For North America: 120V, 15 Amp, 1800 Watt, 60 Cycle, Grounded. For International Customers: 230V, 1.2kW, 50Hz, Grounded. For those needing to use the 120V version in countries with 230V, a step-down transformer is available and is sold separately.
  • Gas Burner Type: Total of three cast ring, diffusion type burners (one under each kettle) with fully adjustable air mix venting.
  • Gas Requirements: Brew-Magic can be prepared by SABCO for use with your choice of either Natural Gas (NG) or Propane (LP).
  • Gas Hosing included: With NG systems: 10 ft. outdoor NG hose, with 3/8″ Male and Female Quick Connectors.  With LP systems” 4 ft. outdoor LP hose with American bottle gas connector. ( LP Hose not included with foreign shipments.)
  • Gas Hourly BTU input rating: 65,000.
  • Normal manifold gas pressure for Natural (NG) Gas: 7″ (inches) water column.
  • Normal manifold gas pressure for Propane (LP) Gas: 11″ (inches) water column.
  • Ventilation Requirements: For indoor use, consult fire authorities for local rules governing CFM requirements based upon room size and usage. These rules change from state to state and apply to both exhaust as well as inlet (fresh-air) management.
  • Safety Ratings: CSA International Certification: Class No: 2712 07 Gas Food Service Equipment, File No: 250289. ANS Z83.11b-2009 , CSA1.8b-2009 Food Service Equip. ( USA & Canada approved for commercial indoor usage. ). The Brew-Magic V350MS System also has international CE certification for conformity with EMC Directive ( 89/336/EEC ) as well as Machinery Directive ( 89/392/EEC ) in accordance to ISO/IEC Guide 22.
  • Shipping Information

  • Standard Shipping Carton Size: 86″ Long X 48″ Wide X 52″ Tall
  • Standard Shipping Weight: 420 Lbs.
  • Overseas Shipping Crate Size: 90″ Long X 49″ Wide X 60″ Tall
  • Overseas Weight: 600 Lbs.
  • Note: Shipping dimensions and weight may vary if additional items are added to the order.
  • Foreign Shipments out of the USA
  • SABCO utilizes an excellent export agent to handle the paperwork and transport of the shipment to your desired port of entry. You may also choose your own forwarder to handle all transportation of the equipment from SABCO, Toledo, OH.  Either way, once a shipment arrives at your port, it is most typically moved to a holding area until it can be cleared by customs in your country.  Be advised that SABCO does not prepare documentation for customs clearance other than normal export documentation and commercial invoice. SABCO cannot advise you regarding possible customs laws or regulations, nor be responsible for advising information regarding duties, taxes, port fees, port handling fees, etc. that may become discovered before or after the arrival of the shipment in your country. Some countries highly regulate the importation of machinery, brewing or food related equipment and alcohol beverages. SABCO strongly recommends that importation of all brewing related equipment be handled by a professional import agent in your country. Such an agent should be hired by you, and be trusted to advise you of local law, expected fees and expenses, and possible customs concerns. The agent shall protect your interests prior to shipping from the USA, and then after arrival at your port of entry. SABCO shall coordinate all paperwork with your agent in order to assure that there will be no surprises, or delays in receiving your equipment.


  • Here’s a few of the many things that make repeatability so difficult:

  • Poor temperature control
  • Stratification of heat in the mash
  • Grain husk effects caused by stirring
  • Caramelizing effects from heated surfaces
  • Chronic low yields
  • Hot-side aeration
  • Frothing and foaming
  • Turbid runoffs
  • Poor grain mixing along with tannin astringency effects
  • ‘Stuck’ mashes
  • Bacterial infection from poor equipment
  • Less than repeatable brewer methodology
  • Stirring effects and inconsistent brewer technique

Back in the early nineties, several complex brewing issues made small batch production less than reliable.

Pubs and Micros which were appearing around the country were busy attempting to develop recipes that could help them ‘stake a claim’ in the newly forming craft brewing business. Brewers have always been interested in using less expensive, small scale systems for recipe experimentation purposes. Obviously a 10-15 gallon experiment is far less costly than a 500 gallon version of the same thing.

Cost savings like this certainly permits more freedom to try alternate ideas to finely tune recipes to perfection. The use of large brewing systems for such purposes typically resulted in the discarding of huge quantities of undesirable product as well as a huge monetary loss in the process. The search for a truly repeatable small batch pilot brewing system was underway.

At the same time and in similar fashion, home brewers were arming themselves with stove pots and plastic coolers in an attempt to re-create last year’s favorite holiday brew. In spite of a well written recipe however, brewing an exact duplicate of the original beer was highly improbable. Home-brewers simply could not make the same product twice in a row!

‘Small-Batch’ brewing with ‘small batch’ repeatability was not to be found.

After 5 years of trial, 4 prototypes and laboratory testing by brewing scientists, the development of the first Brew-Magic System changed it all! Repeatable, predictable brews were not only possible, but also easy to perform.


Thank you for a wonderful system. I finished my 10th running of the system (a back-to-back batch of Porter) and have to say that the ease of use just keeps getting better and smoother with each batch. A huge thanks from me and others at Ancient Lakes Brewing Company.
- Ancient Lakes Brewing Company
I just wanted to drop you a line to let you know that the Sabco Brew-Magic System is working great, and we couldn’t be more happy with it. In fact, Deep Ellum Brewing Company is featured in a story and video that will appear on “The Feast” website and we feature our pilot Sabco prominently in the video in which we describe the process and how we use it. We also gave it very high marks as the finest pilot brewing system money can buy. I wanted to be sure you were aware that we were singing your praises. Thanks again for taking such good care of us and for making such a fabulous system.
- Jim Piel, Deep Ellum Brewing Company (Dallas, TX)
This BM has been awesome to brew on, and I have been working with investors to open up a brewpub with this baby in the near future. Here in Cincinnati I have been helping guys with their new BM's to get starting brewing and you will always find me on the forum helping out and getting feedback. Thanks!
- Kevin Moreland
I got it today, have it assembled and did a water only run through the system to get used to the controls. Even more impressed than when I ordered! I can't find one cheap part or area that a corner was cut. I know that's how it's advertised, but it's hard to find these days. Hoping to get some grains through it tomorrow. Thanks again!
Just wanted to thank you guys again (and send a picture of me mid-brew). Your system is, in a word incredible, both in terms of effectiveness and ease of use. I couldn't be more satisfied. Keep up the good work!
It’s been almost two months and I would have written sooner except for all the fun I’ve been having on the Brew-Magic Wonder factory! Since returning from Siebel and personally picking up the system at your plant, I have brewed an IPA, a robust porter, an American wheat, an Irish ale, a raspberry Belgian, and another Irish cream ale: almost one a week. The system is such that I can make subtle changes to recipes and be able to note the differences. Certainly an integral part of recipe development for my brewpub. Also, I want to tell you how impressed I am with the quality of work and materials. Even the packaging was top-notch and the trip home in the trailer – bouncing and all – had no ill effect. I’ll be calling soon with some ideas and special requests for extra parts! Hmmm...what will I brew next?! Best to you and the SABCO team!
This email is just a thumb’s up for using Unitronics on your “Brew Magic” System. I am a home-brew enthusiast and Automation Engineer, when I saw your ad in BYO magazine I could instantly pin point the Unitronics v350 PLC. I build composite material processing equipment and solely use Unitronics PLC. I also have given thoughts of a brewing setup (home use not for sale) using a Unitronics PLC, but you guys beat me to the chase. Looks like your system is spot on and with the addition of your Magic-Soft program it’s seems unbeatable.
My husband and I bought a new Sabco Brew Magic system last February. We had been home-brewing on our stovetop and wanted to get more serious and start brewing all grain recipes (with hopes of maybe a career in brewing some day...). We have brewed quite a few batches on this over the last year and are in LOVE with this system. It is more amazing than even described online. It's easy to use and the repeatability is unreal. Our skills have increased tenfold by using this system. We have brewed both 5 gallon and 10 gallon batches with ease that includes many different styles. Our efficiency on most all of our beers is around 83% or above. We have brewed wheat beers with a huge wheat grain bill and have yet to have a problem with a stuck mash. I highly recommend this system to anyone who is interested in taking home-brewing to the next level and brewing consistently great beers. It is expensive, but is a quality system that is worth the price for us.
We're loving our Brew-Magic System it's so slick and so well put together and thought out. I've been producing some delicious brews.
I'm a year, and over 100 gallons, into the Brew-Magic, and wanted to let you know I love it. Your team clearly paid great attention to detail in construction, packaging, documentation and delivery. I'm still finding small details in design where I think, "this was a smart way to do this", often where you could have cut a corner an I might not have noticed, except after batch 25, and then only maybe. Thanks for that.

Frequently Asked Questions

How does the Brew-Magic compare against other systems?

The Brew-Magic V350MS System design is quite special. Repeatable small batch brewing is difficult because damages to the wort and grain happen easily when temperature controls, wort handling and brewer enthusiasm can produce subtle variables with each brewing session. Professional tolerances for such alterations to a known recipe are near zero … particularly when recipe development is underway. The Brew-Magic was designed to eliminate all such variables. For this reason it is commonly found in the laboratories of breweries of all sizes . . .even major brewers!

The concept of RIMS was proven with this system. The original goal was to create a pilot brewery for professional brewers. Repeatability demanded a ‘hands-off’ static filter, grain bed with perfect temperature control. Wort is placed in motion, not grain. Your perfectly milled husk is left undisturbed and undamaged by stirring. The wort is carefully handled and never caramelized. The mash kettle demonstrates zero stratification of heat. Amazing repeatability was finally achieved after 5 years of prototyping by brewer scientists. The flow rate was calculated over heating elements. The shape of the convex kettle bottoms was deliberately chosen. Even the pump impeller was design specific.

The Brew-Magic is not a simple gravity tree that hoists hot water over the user’s head. Nor is it a simple, shiny ‘Polar’ pot brewery that’s designed more to look impressive than be impressive. Brew-Magic is heavy-duty, mobile and smart. Easy to clean with kettles that can be easily dismounted and carried to your clean-up station. Repeatability is everything when it comes to competitive professional quality brewing. Go with a brewery that was designed by professional brewers and brewing scientists, not by amateurs or hobby enthusiasts. How does Brew-Magic compare with other systems? There really is little comparison. It’s simply in a class by itself.

Some kettle producers use “weldless” bulkhead type connections, is this an advantage?

In a 2 word answer…Absolutely NOT!

What about possible caramelization by the heat element?

Caramelization, hot side aeration, wort handling, temp control, sparge agitation, husk degradation by stirring, etc. etc. , were the very first issues on the minds of the designers who wished to create a ‘variable-free’ pilot system for recipe development many years ago. Caramelization is a function of flow ratios across any heat source. ( not just a heating element ).. In our case the heat exchanger chamber is completely flooded and in constant motion across a low wattage element. This element is deliberately slow because it’s used only for fine tuning the desired “set-point” or requested temperature of the wort. Combined with the on-board thermal controller, the accuracy is amazing without harming the wort in any way. You can caramelize wort by using a simple burner. Wort touching a hot surface is all you need. All brewing systems have heat sources. The Brew-Magic utilizes the ‘Magic’ of recirculation (RIMS) to keep the wort in motion over these surfaces and out of harms way.

How long will it take to build my Brew-Magic?

The Brew-Magic V350MS System is custom made to your order, but SABCO typically has several in mid-construction at all times to meet expected demands. Current availability depends upon several factors and we’ll be able to provide the best answer with a simple email to: If you have a deadline to meet, call us and we’ll do our best to make it happen!

How do you clean the Brew-Magic?

The new Brew-Magic V350MS System, uses commercially preferred Tri-Clamp disconnects at all kettle connections. To remove the Mash Kettle, simply disconnect the Mash Kettle and slide the unit off the top deck and discard the grain. Rinse out the remaining residue with a hose. Inside the Mash and Boil kettle you’ll find a Tri-Clamp siphon and a false bottom. Both are removed easily for cleaning and inspection. Scrub out the kettles using a mild detergent or caustic. ( Many brewer cleansers are available ). Reconnect the kettles and using the system pump, recirculate a dilute caustic rinse solution through the brewery from kettle to kettle. This cleans out the entire plumbing system. Rinse and finish, if you desire, with a ‘no-suds’ sanitizer. Periodically remove and inspect the heating element and perform any necessary minor cleanup. Keep in mind that cleaning is the only variable left in this commercial quality, repeatable brewery. Write your procedure down and be sure to do it the same way every time.

I live outside of the United States, do you ship overseas?

Brew-Magic Systems are found all over 35 countries around the world. We can prepare your shipment in a safe overseas crate for shipment anywhere. Such a crate will weigh approx. 600 lbs. depending upon your total order. You’ll need to contact a local ‘agent’ or ‘freight-forwarder’ who will help you with customs clearance in your country. Sabco can deliver the unit to your door and provide you with the details and freight costs for importation. Sabco can also simply forward the unit to your preferred port of import in your country and you can have your agent receive our shipping paperwork and handle the rest.  We can produce your Brew-Magic System with 230 volt, 50 cycle or with 115 volt, 60 cycle to match your country’s common electrical service.  Shipping out of the USA is easy!  Call us anytime for a current shipping quotation to your favorite port.  419-531-5347

Brew-Magic is a ‘semi-automated’ Recirculating Infusion Mash System (RIMS).

It was designed and extensively tested by master-brewers and the late, great brewing-scientist Dr. George Fix himself (author of Principles of Brewing Science). Their goal was to create a precise, repeatable all-grain brewery to serve as both a pilot brewing system for dependable recipe development, as well as a small batch production brewery for the advanced amateur or professional brewer. After five years of prototyping and testing Brew-Magic was further developed and marketed by SABCO. The system is rich with user friendly controls, careful wort handling characteristics, microprocessor/PLC controlled mash temperatures, and stainless sanitary welded construction. Brew-Magic Brewing System is currently the most desirable small batch pilot system in use today. With over 3, 000 in current use in over 25 countries globally, it has single handedly started more new commercial brewing establishments than most every other system put together. For this reason, it is typically considered commercial brewing equipment. However, as advanced amateurs demand more sophisticated all grain brewing equipment, Brew-Magic is often found in the home brewery as well.

Look for Brew-Magic in most any all grain brewing environment including large brewer laboratories, university food science departments, micros, pubs, ‘Brew-on-Premise’ establishments, restaurants, advanced home-brew clubs, and ‘hobby-havens’ everywhere! The ‘Brew-Magic Methodology’ for wort handling is world renowned! The applied techniques with this system have proven themselves for over 25 years and continue to set the standard for pilot system high quality and repeatability. Small batch production is particularly vulnerable to brewer ‘over-control’. Semi-automation allows perfect, repeatable control with minimal brewer involvement and unintentional inconsistency. For more information about the advantages of using SABCO’s Brew-Magic Brewing System, please contact us today! Continuous field studies worldwide have resulted in an equally continuous program by SABCO for improving this already “proven” brewing system.

  • The Brew-Magic V350MS System provides:

  • One tenth ( 1/10 ) degree temperature control accuracy. Gas Fired burners plus built-in electronic heat exchanger. Use the burner to assist in getting near the desired target temp., then the controller will take over to tune the temperature precisely.
  • Complete elimination of stratified layers of heat within the Mash without stirring. Superb Mash-Temp uniformity throughout.
  • A ‘No-Stir’, static grain bed. RIMS action circulates wort through the grain without brewer inconsistency.
  • Higher yield efficiencies than standard systems.
  • Lab tested ‘Zero’ caramelization or hot-side aeration. All wort handling is done without showers or bubbles.
  • Be sure to closely examine the following advantage which is exclusive to this amazing system:

  • The Vision 350 Color Touchscreen PLC by Unitronics, along with SABCO’s comprehensive pilot-programming ‘MagicSoft’ TM, utilizes your recipe files to create semi-automated, repeatable brewing sessions.
  • The recipe’s prescribed step temperatures, mash step-times, brewer notes, ingredient list, hop additions, coutdown clock timing,  are all saved with the brewer’s decided recipe name for future repeat brewing.
  • The brewer may than perform a precision ‘RE-PLAY’ of the recipe file, with semi-automated activation of several brewing functions.
  • The brewer may choose from many stored recipes within the V350’s onboard memory. Then the brewer may load the file to precisely repeat the saved recipe once again.
  • The controller automatically initiates the time intervals, apply the recipe temperature settings and then audio-prompts and displays the brewer’s own notes in exact order and time.
  • Saved recipe files can be called up via WiFi to any device for monitoring during the brewing process.  You may edit the recipe remotely, then save or share the file with others via your device.
  • Once modified, the new recipe file may now replace the original, and be used again in the future.
  • Compare and discover why professionals choose ‘Brew-Magic’:

  • Stainless, sanitary welded fittings and connections for easy cleaning. We Do Not use ‘Bulk-Head’, gasketed fittings.
  • Pharmaceutical, Tri-Clamp fittings at all disconnection points. (e.g. temp.gauges, site glasses, kettles, siphons, etc).
  • Safety ground fault circuitry, (110V), UL rated wiring design, gasketed enclosure, and emergency stop button.
  • Heavy-duty, baked enamel frame with stainless, removable kettle deck plating.
  • Very heavy-duty, polished, stainless kettles with protective skirting that protects the smooth kettle surfaces from denting.
  • Smooth handles for easy lifting.
  • Other than the Mash and Boil kettles, the entire system is ‘CIP’ ( clean-in-place ) easy to maintain.
  • Complete manufacturer and satisfaction warranty by SABCO …  54 years of brewing industry experience

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