- Jul 28, 2009
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- Keller, Texas
Ok I'm not going to go super in depth here, but having worked in a microfabrication and microfluidics lab I'll tell you that it is extremely time consuming, frustrating and expensive to make such devices. We're talking emerging technologies here. Most universities don't even do microfab research.That's really cool and disappointing that don't have a more sophisticated tool by now. We have blood glucose monitors so why can't we have inexpensive digital wort sugar tool. Put the wort on a test strip, insert in a pocket size machine that spits out the reading... easy breezy.
lol, it was called Prohibition...Did they change that 1/2 of one per cent law? Because I think a few of my homebrewed beverages have gone past that... I'm gonna go dump some bottles in the toilet...