For codec version info, compiler settings, etc. see this previous post.
This graph demonstrates that varying Brotli's compression level from 0 to 10 noticeably impacts its decompression throughput. (Level 11 is just too slow to complete the benchmark overnight.) As I expected, at none of these settings is it able to compete against Kraken.
Interestingly, it appears that at Brotli's lowest settings (0 and 1) it outputs compressed data that is extremely (and surprisingly) slow to decode. (I've highlighted these settings in yellow and green below.) I'm not sure if this is intentional or not, but with this kind of large slowdown I would avoid these Brotli settings (and use something like zlib or LZ4 instead if you need that much throughput).
Level Compressed Size