YES. I looked HARD at that machine. It also has very good sized broilers. The only "con" is that it is plumbed only. It is spec'd out better than the QM67 that I purchased actually and hardly marginally more expensive. GREAT machine IMO. The broiler sizes are actually also substantially larger than the one in my machine!
You know how some people think "their machine" is the best and justify it vs. everything else since it's what they have? I don't want to do that but mine has way smaller broilers and a tank. The smaller broilers should heat up faster; yes? Not a better machine - because again on paper the brewtus specs better (especially with the rotary pump)... but for my volume I don't think I'll be able to tell or miss the better broilers.
Competition is a good thing and these manufactures have done a great job being competitive which is good for us as consumers. The problem is there is no clear cut answer as to a definitive - "get machine A because x, y, z." sigh. TOO MANY variables.
CMIN Senior Member Joined: 14 Jun 2012 Posts: 1,379 Location: South FL Expertise: I like coffee
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Posted Thu Feb 28, 2013, 4:36pm Subject: Re: What machine has all of these options?
Not sure why Brewtus models don't get much talk in general, quite a few people say their quality fit/finish isn't up to snuff with the others... but the Brewtus machines I've seen seem like their built like tanks.
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