At one time or another, all beer lovers have thought about making their own beer. Whether the goal is to save money, impress others, or simply to create, these beer connoisseurs quickly figure out that home brewing is not an easy process. It takes time to master the perfect blend of ingredients, and do it in a way that doesn’t leave a permanent dead yeast smell in your basement.
Williams Warn Personal Brewery
Now you can conceive your own beer in 78 different styles in just one week with the Williams Warn Personal Brewery. New Zealand-based buddies Ian Williams and Anders Warn labored for “five years of intense development” to refine this contraption that actually looks stylish enough with its stainless steel finish for the misses to allow it in your home. The personal brewery makes 23 liters of beer, which equates to approximately 65 bottles of 12-ounce goodness.
Home brewed beer in 7 days
The Personal Brewery does not require past brewing experience and only takes 90 minutes of work to complete. The device controls the fermentation and sterilization for maximum freshness, and the built-in sediment removal system eliminates beer oxidation, since there is no transferring of the liquid. Unfortunately for the “save money” wishers, this isn’t the way. The original Williams Warn costs about $4,500 USD. Although you’d probably have to sell your car to afford the home brewery, at least you wouldn’t have to drive to Mobil Mart to buy beer from that weird guy named Winnie.
For more information, connect to WilliamsWarn.com.
UPDATE: The WilliamsWarn BrewKeg10 Starter Pack is $1025. Slightly more affordable for aspiring brewmasters.