Anova Immersion Circulator – Touch Screen Heat Stick w/WiFi


The Anova Precision Cooker Immersion Circulator is a touch screen heat stick with an integrated recirculation pump.  Set your desired temperature on the touch screen.  The Anova heats as necessary and has a circulation pump to ensure that temperatures are uniform.  Adjustable clamp and Stainless Steel Skirt.  This model is also Bluetooth and WiFi enabled.

Brewing uses could include: getting and keeping strike water at temp, direct use (with a filter bag in a mash tun or BIAB mash), maintaining temperature for sour mashes and getting to a boil more quickly (or helping to maintain a boil) for both all grain and extract batches.

I have a different model from Anova, the Anova One.  Check out my First Looks Post on the Anova One.  Also see Anova’s blog post about brewing with the Anova One.

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Anova WiFi Sous Vide Precision Cooker, Black

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3 thoughts on “Anova Immersion Circulator – Touch Screen Heat Stick w/WiFi

  1. William S Tuttle

    So the BIAB is able to come in contact with the Anova without melting? I know you said you have a paint strainer over the Anova, so I’m just confirming that the strainer nor the BIAB (should it come in contact, I’ve seen different ways to keep it away from the impeller) will melt should they come in direct contact with the skirt. I assume the Anova has to get hotter than the set temp in order to get the water up to the temp.



    1. admin Post author

      That blog post is on Anova’s site. I haven’t used mine for BIAB. The answer to your question about melting depends on material. If I were to try this myself I would try to set it up to keep the bag away from the Anova.

  2. Jeff

    I use this with a Brew Bag to make 2 1/2-3 gallon test batches. The Anova heats up and maintains the water temp for the mash, then I boil on the kitchen stove. It takes about 35-45 minutes to heat up about 4 gallons of water from room temp to mash temp; it’s super easy to mashout using my phone. I put a 1-gallon paint strainer bag over the bottom and use the clamp to keep it tight; it keeps the brew bag from pulling into the impeller. After mashout, I reuse the strainer bag with the hop spider. I like this set-up because I can experiment with recipes and it allows me to brew indoors and still interact with the family. Here’s a quick and dirty video I made to show some friends, and the Anova makes a brief appearance:


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