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WilliamsWarn Personal Brewery Makes Beer for You (at a Price)

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When it comes to drinking beer, there is always a price to pay – be it the cost of buying that beer or the price of a hangover the next day if you drink too much. There are a lot of home beer-making kits out there that let the beer connoisseur make their own strange brew if they are so inclined. I have seen a few of those kits and they look complex to me.

If you are serious about brewing your own beer at home and you want to do it in style and with ease, the WilliamsWarn Personal Brewery might be perfect. That is assuming you are serious enough about your beer to spend the $4,500 (USD) the thing costs.

The price is certainly a big downside to this gadget, but the way it works is very cool. All steps of making the beer and fermenting it are done in the stainless steel contraption. Once the beer is fermented, the brewery carbonates the beer and then chills it. The process takes 7 days from start-to-finish, and once it’s all done, you can put your frosty mug under the tap and drink your fill.

[via Uncrate]






Comments (6):

  1. AppleSucks says:

    Obviously extract only. At that point you have to be VERY lazy to buy and use one of these things. Why not boil a few gallons on the stove, ferment in the pot, and transfer to a keg or party pig? It’s essentially the same result and would cost, mm, a couple hundred at most.

  2. Sjoerd Engels says:

    Very impressive machine!!! Would love to own one of those!!
    Check this out, message from a well know New Zealand Brewer (TUI)
    http://beerevolution.wordpress.com/2011/04/14/a-close-encounter-with-the-williamswarn-personal-brewery/

  3. Sjoerdengels says:

    This is the greatest!!! My wife says no but I shut her up and buy 3!! I have the same result of real beer!!!1! it costs too much

  4. Sjoerd Engels says:

    Most amazing invention with hot AND cold settings!!! Must have!!

  5. humpty, says:

    looks ok to me, i wonder if i could get it sent to china, the beer would go down a treat here, as the made stuff tastes a bit like turps, buying the malt would be the problem i think.

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