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Brewista Artisan BA6VK Gooseneck Kettle Manual

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Brewista Artisan BA6VK Gooseneck

Brewista Artisan BA6VK Gooseneck

About Brewista Artisan


When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should always be followed including the following:

  • Read all instructions.
  • Do not touch hot surfaces. Use handles or knobs.
  • To protect against fire, electric shock, and injury to persons, do not immerse cord, plugs, base, or kettle in water or other liquid.
  • Never leave the appliance unattended when in use. Close supervision is necessary when any appliance is used by or near children.
  • Unplug from the outlet when not in use, no water in the kettle, fill the water, move the kettle, and before cleaning. Allow to cool before putting on or taking off parts, and before cleaning the appliance.
  • Do not operate any appliance with a damaged cord or plug or after the appliance malfunctions, or has been damaged in any manner. Call our toll-free Customer Assistance Number for examination, repair, or adjustment.
  • Do not use a base unit other than the one supplied. The use of accessory attachments not recommended by the appliance manufacturer may result in fire, electric shock, or injury to persons.
  • Do not use outdoors.
  • Do not let the cord hang over the edge of the table or counter, or touch hot surfaces. Always store the excess portion of the power cord in the compartment of the base unit.
  • Electric kettle must be operated on a flat surface. Do not place on or near a hot gas or electric burner, or in a heated oven, or on the top of other electric appliances.
  • Always attach the plug to the appliance first, then plug the cord into the wall outlet. To disconnect, turn the control off, then remove the plug from the wall outlet.
  • Do not use the appliance for any purpose other than intended use.
  • To avoid circuit overload, do not operate another high-wattage appliance on the same circuit.
  • Do not fill the kettle when positioned on the base. Remove all moisture on the bottom of the body before placing it onto the power base.
  • Be aware of steam being emitted from the spout or lid, especially during refilling. Do not remove the lid during the boiling cycle.
  • Do not use the kettle to heat anything other than water. Do not fill above the ‘’max’’ indication. Do not operate the kettle if water is below minimum marking. If the kettle is overfilled, boiling water may be ejected. The kettle is only to be used with the base unit provided.
  • Do not insert any object into slots or holes of the kettle.
  • Scalding may occur if the lid is removed during the boiling cycles.
  • If the supplied cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent, or a similarly qualified person to avoid hazards.
  • The appliance can be used by children ages 8 years and older and persons with reduced physical, sensory, or mental capabilities or lack the experience and knowledge if they have been given supervision or instruction concerning the use of the appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards involved. Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made by children unless they are older than 8 and supervised.
  • Keep the appliance and its cord out of reach of children less than 8 years old.
  • WARNING: Do not remove the lid while water is boiling
  • WARNING: Position the lid so that steam is directed away from the handle.
  • Do not operate the kettle on an inclined plane.
  • Do not operate the kettle unless the element is fully immersed.
  • Do not move while the kettle is switched on.




A short power-supply cord is to be provided to reduce the risk resulting from becoming entangled in or tripping over a longer cord. Longer detachable power-supply cords or extension cords are available and may be used if care is exercised in their use. If a longer detachable power supply cord or extension cord is used,

  1. The marked electrical rating of the cord set or extension cord should be at least as great as the electrical rating of the appliance, and
  2. The extension cord should be a grounding-type 3-wire cord, and
  3. The longer cord should be arranged so that it will not drape over the countertop or tabletop where it can be tripped over, snagged, or pulled on unintentionally (especially by children).


This appliance must be grounded while in use.

CAUTION: To ensure continued protection against the risk of electric shock, connect to properly grounded outlets only.


In North American markets the appliance has a plug that looks like Figure A. Kettles sold outside of North America include removable power cords for use with electrical outlets in those markets. DO NOT attempt to insert a power cord into an incompatible outlet. Appliance damage, electrical system damage, or physical harm may result. An adaptor, as shown in Figure B, should be used for connecting a 3-prong grounding plug to a 2-wire receptacle. The grounding tab, which extends from the adaptor, must be connected to a permanent ground such as a properly grounded receptacle as shown in Figure C, using a metal screw.


Warning: This appliance utilizes a high-wattage relay for arriving at the desired water temperature. In some instances, this relay may cause slight flickering of lights on the same circuit. It is best to use this appliance on a dedicated circuit or with all other appliances off during this appliance’s use. It will not damage electrical systems but caution should be used to not overload this circuit with other appliances running at the same time.

Kettle Components


  1. Spout
  2. Lid
  3. Vent Holes
  4. Handle
  5. Max water level indicator
  6. Power cord with plug
  7. Base
  8. Count-up TIMER Button
  10. [ – ] button
  11. [ + ] button
  12. FAST BOIL Button
  13. Display degree °F / °C button
  14. ON/OFF button
  15. LCD Display
  16. KEEP WARM button
  17. Heating Indicator Light
  18. Keep Warm indicator Light

Operation Illustrations




Note: Before plugging the kettle into the wall outlet, check that the electrical circuit is not overloaded with other appliances.

Setting Up the Kettle:

  • Set the base (7) on a flat, steady surface.
  • Remove the kettle from the base (7).
  • Take off the lid (2).
  • Fill the kettle with cold water (illustration A).
  • Brewista-Artisan-BA6VK-Gooseneck-Kettle-fig-3 After filling the kettle with water, replace the lid (2) securely with the vent holes (3) facing away from the handle and place the kettle firmly on the base.
  • Insert the female end of the removable power cord into the base first. Plug the power cord into a grounded wall outlet (illustration B).


IMPORTANT! Do not fill above the “max” fill line (0.6L/1.0L) marked inside of the kettle.

Preparing the Kettle for First-Time Use:

  • Fill the kettle to the 0.6L/1.0L fill line with cold water.
  • Replace the lid (2) with vent holes (3) facing away from the handle.
  • Press the ON/OFF button (14) to begin the heating cycle.
  • Bring water to a boil, then empty the kettle.
  • Allow the appliance to cool down for 1 minute.
  • Repeat the boil and rinse procedure twice before using.

Selecting the Temperature Display, Fahrenheit or Celsius:

  • When the base is powered on, press the °F / °C button (13) to change the temperature display to either Fahrenheit or Celsius.

Setting the Temperature:

Note: At higher altitudes, water boils at lower temperatures. Do not set the temperature above the water boiling point. Refer to the graph in the “High Altitude Users” section later in this manual to determine the boiling temperature for your altitude.

Suggested Temperature Chart:


Manual Boiling :

  • Press the ON/OFF button (14) to start boiling automatically at the factory default temperature of 85 °C (185 °F).
  • If a different temperature has already been set, the factory default is no longer active and the last temperature setting will be recalled.
  • The LCD will flash the programmed temperature three times and then display the current temperature inside the kettle.
  • When the set temperature is reached, two audible beeps are emitted.

Selecting a Preset Temperature:

  • Repeatedly press the TEMPERATURE SETTING button (9) until the desired preset temperature is displayed. The factory preset temperatures are:
  • 40 °C (104 °F)
  • 50 °C (122 °F)
  • 60 °C (140 °F)
  • 70 °C (158 °F)
  • 80 °C (175 °F)
  • 85 °C (185 °F)
  • 88 °C (190 °F)
  • 96 °C (205 °F)
  • 98 °C (208 °F)
  • The factory default temperature is 85°C (185 °F)
  • Press the ON/OFF button (14) to begin the heating cycle.
  • When the set temperature is reached, two audible beeps are emitted.

Manually Setting the Desired Temperature:

  • Press the TEMPERATURE SETTING button (9); the last set temperature will flash on the display.
  • Press the [ + ] button (11) or [ – ] button (10) to select the desired temperature.
  • Once the display stops flashing, the temperature is set and the LCDs the current water temperature.
  • Press the ON/OFF button (14) to begin the heating cycle.
  • When the set temperature is reached, two audible beeps are emitted.


  • To manually interrupt the heating process, press the ON/OFF button (14) or remove the kettle from the base at any time.
  • Once the temperature has been set, it is stored in memory and will be recalled the next time the kettle is turned on. The factory default temperature of 85 °C (185 °F) will no longer be active after a different temperature is set.
  • During the heating cycle, the LCD will display the current water temperature.
  • The LCD will continue to show the water temperature for one hour if the kettle is not removed from the base.
  • If the kettle is removed from the base during the heating cycle, the heating cycle will turn off, the ON/OFF button (14) indicator light will turn off, and the LCD will display “00:00”.
  • When the kettle is returned to the base, the display will show the current water temperature for 1 hour.
  • To resume the heating cycle and/or keep warm function, the user must press the corresponding buttons once the kettle is returned to the base.

Setting the Fast Boil Function (optional):

  • Press the Fast Boil button (12) to activate the Fast Boil function.
    • The Fast Boil button’s backlight will flash and the water will be heated to a boil immediately.
    • Press the Fast Boil button (12) again to cancel the function.

Setting the Keep Warm Function (optional):

  • Press the KEEP WARM button (16) at any time to activate or deactivate the function. The desired preset temperature will flash on the LCD five times.
  • When the keep warm function is active, the KEEP WARM LED is illuminated.
  • After the water reaches the preset temperature, 2 beeps will be heard and the set temperature will be maintained for one hour.
  • Once the Keep Warm cycle is completed, one long beep will be heard.
  • If the kettle is removed from the base, the kettle must be returned to the base and the KEEP WARM button (16) must be pressed again to reactivate the function.

Count-up Timer Feature:

  • When the kettle is removed from the base, the LCD will display 00:00.
    • Press the TIMER button (8) to start the count-up timer.
    • The first two digits indicate the minutes, and the last two digits indicate the seconds (see illustration above).
    • The maximum count-up time is 59’59”.
    • Press the TIMER button (8) again to stop the timer. Press the TIMER button (8) one more time to zero the timer.
  • Set the kettle back on the base to cancel the timer.


Audible Beeping Sounds

The Brewista® Artisan Variable Temperature Kettle uses audible beeping sounds to give you feedback about what is occurring with your kettle.

  • When the ON/OFF button (14) is pressed, one beep will be heard.
  • When the water reaches a preset temperature, two beeps will be heard.
  • When the Keep Warm function is completed, a long beeping sound will be heard.
  • To turn off beeping sounds:
    • Remove the kettle from the base and press both the [ + ] button (11) and [ – ] button (10) at the same time.
    • Three beeping sounds will be emitted and the LCD will read “b.OFF”.
  • To turn on beeping sounds again:
    • Remove the kettle from the base and press both the [ + ] button (11) and [ – ] button (10) at the same time.
    • Three beeping sounds will be emitted and the LCD will read “b.ON”.

Adjusting Kettle Lid Tension

If you feel the kettle lid is too hard or too easy to remove from the kettle, please follow the steps below to adjust the tension:

  1. Take the lid (2) off the kettle.
  2. Use a pair of needle-nosed pliers or a similar tool to adjust the three tabs of the kettle lid. If you push in the tab, the lid tension will be reduced, and easier to put on and take off. If you pull out the tabs the lid will be harder to pull off.
  3. After adjusting the tabs, replace the lid and remove it again to see if the adjustment is correct.
  4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 until you have adjusted the lid to your preference.


Maintenance and Cleaning

  • This appliance contains no user-serviceable parts and requires little maintenance.
    • Refer any servicing or repairs to qualified personnel.
  • Clean the kettle regularly.
    • Clean the outside of the base and the kettle with a damp, soft cloth.
  • Clean the inside of the kettle with dish detergent and rinse thoroughly with water.
    • Do not use abrasive cleaners.
    • After cleaning, dry the kettle and the base thoroughly.

WARNING: Never immerse the kettle or the base in water or other liquids.

WARNING: Always unplug the kettle and wait for the kettle to cool before cleaning.


  • Clean and dry all parts before storing.
  • Store the kettle in its box or a clean, dry place.
  • Never wrap the power cord around the kettle.
    • Removable power cords should be disconnected from the base and stored properly.


  • When mineral scale builds up in the kettle, it can affect temperature consistency and slow down heating time.
  • To ensure optimum performance, Brewista recommends descaling the kettle when mineral build-up is visible inside the kettle.

Note: Vinegar may not effectively descale the kettle and can be difficult to thoroughly rinse. Vinegar may also leave behind an odor that could affect future use.

Brewista recommends using Cafetto™ Descaler.

How to use Cafetto™ Descaler:

  1. Mix 1/2 packet Cafetto™ Descaler with 20 oz (600 ml) of lukewarm water.
  2. Pour the solution into the kettle.
  3. Bring the solution to a boil.
  4. Let the vessel cool for 15 minutes, then discard the solution.
  5. Rinse thoroughly with fresh water.


Preparing Coffee

Pour Over Manual Brew Coffee

This is the simplest coffee brewing approach. It allows the individual the most control of saturation of the coffee grounds, and also the most participation by the user. It requires more time than hitting the ON switch of a drip coffee maker but for many, its higher involvement is part of the pleasure of coffee overall.


  1. Grinder
  2. Scale
  3. Paper filter, cloth, or permanent filter
  4. Pour over the filter basket
  5. Drinking cup or carafe
  6. Method for boiling water (Brewista kettle recommended)

Brewing Manual Pour-Over Method

  • Measure about 6 ounces of water for each cup you intend to brew. Place measured water in a kettle and turn on the kettle to bring water to the desired temperature.
  • Grind two tablespoons of beans per cup of coffee.
  • Rinse the filter, dripper, and glass server (or whatever you are brewing into) in hot water to preheat them.
  • Assemble the filter, dripper, and vessel, and dump the ground coffee into the filter.
  • When the water reaches the programmed temperature, remove the kettle from the base. The desired coffee brewing temperature is 205o F, slightly lower than the boiling temperature.
  • Now pour the water into the filter. Stir the coffee just a bit to be sure it all gets saturated with water. A slow, steady pour allows for the best extraction from the grounds.


  • You may have to pour two or three times depending on the grind, filter size, and amount of coffee being made.
  • Pre-wetting the coffee grounds a minute before starting to pour over helps extraction.
  • A narrower spout allows better water flow control.
  • Pour-over coffee is usually ground finer than drip coffee maker, but not as fine as espresso.

High Altitude Users

At higher elevations, water boils at lower temperatures. Use the graph below to determine your kettle’s boiling temperature.


ELEVATION (meters above sea level).


ELEVATION (feet above sea level).

WARNING: The appliance is very hot during use. Do not touch the surface of the kettle. The danger of burns!

WARNING: Never leave the kettle unattended while boiling water, especially if there are children nearby.

WARNING: Do not open the lid while boiling water.

WARNING: Do not immerse the base or the kettle in water or any other liquid. This may cause electric shock or damage to the appliance.

WARNING: Be careful when handling hot water. The danger of scalding!


For countries with voltage ranging from 110-127V

Rated voltage: 120 V ~60 Hz
Rated current: 10A
Rated power input: 1100W
Capacity: Max. 20 oz (0.6L)/ 33.8 oz (1.0L)

For countries with voltage ranging from 220-240V

Rated voltage: 220-240 V ~50/60 Hz
Rated power input: 1000-1200W
Capacity: Max. 20 oz (0.6L)/ 33.8 oz (1.0L)


1-Year Limited Warranty from the date of original purchase.

  1. This warranty extends only to the original consumer, purchaser, or gift recipient. Keep the original sales receipt, as proof of purchase is required to make a warranty claim. The product must be purchased at an authorized retailer for the warranty to be valid.
  2. Defects that occur due to improper connection, improper handling, poor water quality, or repair attempts by non-authorized persons are not covered by the warranty. The same applies to failure to comply with the use of consumables (e.g. cleaning and decalcifying agents) that do not correspond to the original specifications.
  3. Routine wear parts (e.g. seals and valves, permanent filter) and fragile parts, like glass, are excluded from the warranty.
  4. Damages that are not under the responsibility of the manufacturer are not covered by the warranty. This is valid, especially for claims arising from improper use (e.g. operation with the wrong type of current or voltage).
  5. The guarantee becomes void if repairs are carried out by third parties, who are not authorized by the manufacturer to do so and/or if spare parts are used other than those from the original equipment manufacturer.
  6. Failure to comply with any important safeguards listed in Section 1 will void the limited warranty.
  7. Household-use only.

To make a warranty claim, do not return this appliance to the store. Please email hello@brewista.co

Correct Disposal of this Product

This symbol indicates that this product should not be disposed of with other household wastes throughout the European Union. To prevent possible harm to the environment or human health from uncontrolled waste disposal, recycle it responsibly to promote the sustainable reuse of material resources. To return your used device, please use the return and collection systems or contact the retailer where the product was purchased. They can collect this product for environmentally safe recycling.

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FAQs About Brewista Artisan BA6VK Gooseneck

What is the value of a gooseneck kettle?

To put it briefly, the barista has exact control over the brewing process because to the kettle spout’s form. Why is the gooseneck a perfect fit for making delicious coffee? Put simply, it lets you pour precisely the appropriate amount of water at precisely the right time and wherever you need it.

Is a gooseneck necessary for pour-over coffee?

The gooseneck kettle’s thin, curving spout, which permits fine pouring control, is sometimes linked to pour-over coffee brewing. While it’s not necessary to prepare pour-over coffee, it does aid in getting a steady, even flow.

Can you fill a gooseneck kettle with milk?

In order to enjoy a beautiful cup of coffee, tea, or milk, you may perfectly extract the water through the long, thin hole, which greatly controls the water flow to produce a constant and predictable pour. This gooseneck kettle has an entirely plastic-free interior composed of food-grade stainless steel, making it completely BPA-free.

Can I make tea in a gooseneck kettle?

Indeed, Easto argues, “you can heat water for tea to the proper brewing temperature using a gooseneck kettle.” Gooseneck kettles that are electric are useful since certain teas require water that is slightly colder than usual. However, you shouldn’t steep tea leaves in your kettle; this isn’t for that.

What makes gooseneck kettles popular?

Why is the gooseneck a perfect fit for making delicious coffee? Put simply, it lets you pour precisely the appropriate amount of water at precisely the right time and wherever you need it. No matter how fast you pour, the spout is made to maintain a steady stream of water.

What’s the lifespan of kettles?

A typical kettle should last four to five years.

How should a gooseneck kettle be used to make coffee?

Make sure the coffee filter is covered with warm water before beginning the brewing process. Next, add your preferred ground coffee blend to the filter, then evenly pour the water from the gooseneck kettle over the coffee.

For tea, why are gooseneck kettles preferable?

It’s easier to pour into little teaware, such the Gaiwan in gong-fu style tea, without spilling water thanks to the gooseneck spout’s easy control over pour pace.

Which kettle is good for you?

Stainless steel, borosilicate glass, and ceramic are the safest materials to use in non-toxic, plastic-free tea kettles. It is advised to use a stainless steel kettle due to its safety and lack of chemical exposure.

Do Bosch kettles perform well?

The Bosch Styline is undoubtedly one of our favorite kettles since it has excellent build quality, practical functionality, and a terrific price.

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