Expobar Brewtus IV-P (Reservoir and Plumbable)

Expobar Brewtus IV-P (Reservoir and Plumbable)


The Expobar Brewtus IV-P is a dual-boiler commercial and prosumer espresso machine equipped with a vibration pump and PID. Its powerful brewing and steaming capabilities and temp-stable design make the Brewtus a top-of-the-line machine at the lowest possible price.

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Owning the Expobar Brewtus IV-P

The Expobar Brewtus IV-P, a step up from the standard Brewtus IV, is a large capacity dual-boiler espresso machine equipped with a vibration pump. The brew boiler temperature is monitored by a PID, which keeps temperature stable to the degree, and can be adjusted to accommodate various espresso roasts. Just like on the standard Brewtus IV, the dual-boiler system allows you to brew and steam at the same time and also helps with temperature stability. Expobar rounds out the design with their specially redesigned E61 group. Traditionally, an E61 constantly syphons hot water through the brew circuit to ensure temperature stability; Expobar also integrated a concave pre-infusion chamber into the Brewtus IV-P’s group to fully saturate the grounds prior to brewing for a more even extraction. A major upgrade from the standard Brewtus IV model, you can choose between using the Brewtus IV-P’s large 2.6 L reservoir, or plumbing the machine into a water line. We recommend plumbed use, as you can install an inline BWT water filtration system and remove the need to descale along with the need to refill the reservoir. Internally, Expobar utilizes premium-level components, which are configured in such a way that any future maintenance is hassle-free.

We must admit, we’re rather partial toward the Brewtus models, as we were instrumental in the machines’ development back in the mid-2000s. We’ve found that the Brewtus IV-P is highly efficient, making it just as at home on an entertainer’s countertop as it is in light-duty commercial space. It’s not as pretty as some of its peers, but the Brewtus is interested in performance, not appearance, and it undercuts the competition on price, too. The Brewtus IV-P is ideal for the serious espresso lover who favors results over aesthetics. Other versions include the Brewtus IV which also has a vibration pump, but no plumbability option; and the Brewtus IV-R, which is a rotary pump machine that is exclusively plumbable and doesn’t include a reservoir.

Direct Water Line Connection

Direct Water Line Connection

No more refilling the water tank when the Brewtus IV-P is plumbed directly into a water line. Be sure to outfit the machine with a BWT water filtration system to remove scale building minerals for better tasting shots and improved machine longevity.

Progressive Pre-Infusion

Progressive Pre-Infusion

Lifting the brew lever halfway will activate Expobar’s unique pre-infusion feature. The Brewtus IV-P will then carefully moisten coffee grounds prior to extraction so that you can get the most flavor and aroma out of your coffee.

Dual-Boilers

Dual-Boilers

The independent, insulated dual copper boilers provide stable temperatures and allow you to brew and steam at the same time, which is invaluable for everyone who likes making speciality drinks or for entertaining guests. Optionally, either boiler can be switched off for energy-saving single-boiler use and faster heat up times.

Redesigned E-61 Group Head

Redesigned E-61 Group Head

A standard E-61 group constantly syphons water from the boiler to the group and back, but Expobar raised the bar by adding a pre-infusion chamber. This innovative addition evenly distributes hot water over the grounds for a uniform saturation during pre-infusion and throughout the brewing process.

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