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Hi,

We've recently launched Brewskey through Kickstarter.

Brewskey is a flow sensor based measurement product similar to KegBot + a mobile app which you and your friends can use with your Kegerator. Brewskey can be used to measure per-user pours or just let you know how much is left in your keg.

Where we differ from KegBot:
  • You don't need to set up your own server
  • You don't need to hook up an Android tablet
  • Automatic updates to the firmware and mobile app
  • Setup should take about a half hour or less
  • Track per-user pours through NFC


Here is the feature list. Feel free to ask me any other questions.






Link to Brewskey

Link to Kickstarter


Bonus pic of a beta tester's setup




Anyways, thanks for checking this out. We have quite a long way to go for our goal.
Depending on the interest we get here we may do a manufacturing run even if we don't hit the goal.

Cheers!
 

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LOVE the idea, have wanted something like this for a bit... but I have an 8 tap system. that gets PRICEY real fast. Really like your design and your whole system does look really nice though.
 
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I'm really curious how the tower on that kegerator is affixed? There's no screws in the base.
I'm not sure. This isn't my kegerator but I can post more pictures of the inside if you'd like.

LOVE the idea, have wanted something like this for a bit... but I have an 8 tap system. that gets PRICEY real fast. Really like your design and your whole system does look really nice though.
Yeah, we only want to sell food-safe parts for this and that is expensive. If you search around for other flow sensors that are food-safe and accurate, most of them are around $100 each.

We also have added a DIY tier where you can use your own flow sensors. We aren't selling this sensor ourselves as we can't vouch that it's actually food-safe but it's made out of the same plastic that may food-grade products use.
 

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SO,

In your Beta Tester Photo - above
That person is only Measuring 1 of all those 6 taps ?? with Brewskey

Thx
S
 
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Yeah, in that photo they only had one tap hooked up.

I've since sent them the expansion box + some extra flow sensors so now they're measuring 4 taps.

We're working on a solution to "daisy-chain" the expansion boxes so you can measure more than 4 taps. I'm sure most people on here have a ton of taps on their setups haha.
 
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