I'm standing in the front of the Brewie.
It's a $2,000 automatic beer brewing machine.
All you do is load water into this side, and/or hook it up to a hose.
You put your malts in here.
You put your hops in here.
Then the beer machine will automatically follow a recipe.
It's connected to WiFi so you can pick from a database.
You can make your own.
You can even select recipes from professional brewers.
Then the machine will take that recipe, it'll take your malt and your hops and it'll cycle the water through the different compartments all on its own based on the type of beer you wanna make.
So the Brewie takes your beer all the way from water and malt and hops, takes it through the mash ton, through the boil, and then it will cool your wort off for you before you add it to the separate tank with the yeast for the fermentation.
But Brewie does give you all the parts you need and thorough instructions.
So hopefully the whole thing will be nice and easy.
I'm certainly looking forward to testing it.
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