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Finally! New Brewing System That Can Brew A Single Pint of Homebrew

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The world of automated brewing systems has exploded since the launch of the Pico Brew in 2013, automated brewing systems have been popping up like fruit flies in a house made out of bananas. Some big name examples like the BeerDroid / BeerFlo, the MiniBrew, IGulu, the Brewie and all the variations of the Pico line. However, there was one system that really caught my attention for a few reasons. It's called the BrewBro and it brews a single pint of beer at a time.
What makes this brewing system unique, unlike the others previously listed, is that it brews a single pint of beer at a time. Founder, Ted Bronson, gave us a first-hand look at the BrewBro.


Ted Bronson on the BrewBro Brewing System


The BrewBro is a revolutionary brewing system that we're launching in April of 2018. What makes this system so groundbreaking is 3 factors. First, it has three phase fermentation. This means that you have your standard fermentation, a secondary fermentation, and an optional third phase; cold lagering. Second, a revolutionary process we call active oxygenation. We know how important it is that your beer gets lots of oxygen throughout the entire brewing process. Our system infuses oxygen into the fermenting beer all the way from the yeast pitch to bottling. Lastly, it brews a single pint of beer.
Sometimes, you don't want 1, or 3 or 5 gallons. Sometimes you just want a single beer, you know? So that's why we made this system. So I can hone my craft to brewing the perfect pint... literally.

How the BrewBro Works



The main vessel is where the brewing magic happens. Add uncrushed grain to the top of the tower. The system handles the rest. First it crushes the grain with it's NinjaBladeTM tech. It ensures that each kernel is split perfectly down the middle. This guarantees between 25-30% efficiency. The center of the tower is the heating element which boils the grains and wort to make sure you get the maximum flavor in your pint of beer. Next, the beer gets transferred through the oxygenator, and then into the fermenter cup. As fermentation begins, CO2 is forced out of a valve. The negative pressure sucks air through a hepa filter, creating the ongoing oxygenation of your beer.

How Can I Get a BrewBro Brewing System of My Own?


BrewBro is launching on April 1st, 2018 for the early-bird price if $3895.00. Pretty reasonable as the final price will be just shy of $5000. If you're interested in spending just as much time brewing 1/50th of the beer in a standard batch, the BrewBro is for you.

" Sometimes you just want a single beer, you know? So that's why we made this system. So I can hone my craft to brewing the perfect pint... literally."


It may sound like a major investment, but when you see how the finished beer comes out, Myself and Ted agree that you'll be brewing your own single pints of beer in no time! You can order your BrewBro brewing system at www.homebrewtalk.com/AprilFools.html




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That looks great. Will you be making a metric model so people outside the US can make beer?
 
"The negative pressure sucks air through a hepa filter, creating the ongoign oxygenation of your beer."
Oxygenation during the fermentation? This not looks good to me.
 
I was having trouble getting the proper amount of oxidation in my NEIPAs. This system should solve that, no problem! Thanks BrewBro!
 
For five grand, I'll buy a complete brew sculpture that makes 10 or 15 gallons. The setup and cleanup alone is a lot of trouble. I predict the demise of this company.
 
If your time is worth $10 an hour, each pint would cost at least $50 with this system. I just upgraded from 10 gallons to fifteen. Small batches aren't worth the time unless you are fanatic about entering contests. A one pint brew would even make enough beer to enter a brewoff.
 
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