Make your own beer with new 'Brewie'
With a new Hungarian beer brewer, you can make your own beer and that too in a matter days.
Washington: With a new Hungarian beer brewer, you can make your own beer and that too in a matter days.
The 'Brewie' can be employed as a test lab of sorts to experiment with new formulations and consumers who know virtually nothing about brewing beer can simply stick to the company's selection of 20 or so recipes, and still save money over buying specialty craft beer, the Washington Post reported.
Casual The company estimates that batches brewed from the device would cost as little as 50 cents per bottle and the co-founder Marcel Pal said that their invention is good for just about anyone who's interested in beer .
The Brewie is more portable as compared to other machines, weighs about 55 pounds and takes up minimum space and to brew a batch, users start by loading each compartment with the necessary ingredients: malt, hops, and water (Yeast is added later).
Owners are also provided with a recipe creator program that can be installed onto mobile devices, like a smartphone or tablet. Tinkerers can then download the customized instructions onto the RFID card and during the brewing process, users can track the progress of their current batch and make alterations along the way.
After it's cooled, the brew is then transferred to a separate temperature-controlled fermentation tank. At this point, the user tosses in the yeast and then sets the batch (maximum five gallons) aside for about week.
The Brewie also comes with a built-in self-cleaning system so preparing for another batch only requires that the user replace the muslin bag, a cloth bag used to filter out sediments.