Beer straight from the kitchen counter

NanoBrewMaster Home Brew Station is an all-in-one home brew station. It sanitizes, brews, and regulates temperature for beer straight from the tap.

Brian Krepshaw
Brian is the author of two culinary based books published via his imprint Storkburger Press. A lifelong Californian, he has been consistently exposed to some of the best food in the world. With a deep appreciation for the kitchen, he is always on the lookout for that perfect appliance that combines style and grace with the ever-popular ability to save time.
Brian Krepshaw
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If you are of the mind to redecorate your kitchen, you may want to think twice about installing the usual boring old cabinets that are simply designed to just hold stuff. Get yourself one of those hanging pan racks, and free up your cupboard space for more important things, like beer-brewing equipment.

All kitchen counters should have this functionality. Nano Brewing Technologies

The NanoBrewMaster Home Brew Station takes the concept of an all-in-one appliance and brings it into another dimension. Sure, we have combination appliances that can poach an egg while making toast, but I don't see many kitchen items that incorporate the actual kitchen counter.

Housing a complete brewery inside of a 2-foot by 8-foot kitchen counter, the NanoBrewMaster is compact, mobile, and more exciting than your everyday kitchen cupboard. From sterilization on through to beer at the tap, the brewing of beer is handled automatically by the onboard computer system.

In addition to self-cleaning, the system also recognizes when to heat and when to cool, insuring that a cool, refreshing home brew is waiting for you at the other end of the tap. Two 7.5-gallon containers allow for up to 15 gallons of beer per brewing cycle. Experiment with one, and stay traditional with the other.

Not only due to the fact that this is an all-in-one system, this is definitely a beginner-friendly setup. At its heart this is an extract brewing system.

Avoiding the time-consuming steps of mashing and lautering, extract brewing is a traditional starting point for the home brewer. However, it looks like you will have to wait to jump in, as no pricing or availability is out yet.

(Via Gizmodo)