PicoBrew Z Series aims to simplify home brewing
PicoBrew Z Series aims to simplify home brewing
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PicoBrew Z Series aims to simplify home brewing

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Hey, guys, if you're anything like me, you like beer and you might want to make it on your own. Pico Brew is trying to make it even easier than it's previous generations. This is the new Z Series, and get this. They've redesigned it such that all the parts are on the top here. So if there's an issue, a mechanical problem, you can actually remove this piece and send it to them. We're gonna discuss how it actually works, what happens, and what you could do with it. [MUSIC] If you love beer, you guys know that sometimes it's hard to get the beer you like where you are. You can get packs like this sent, so you can actually brew your own beer, even though it's out of your [UNKNOWN]. That's pretty cool. So you could have a taste of the west or the east, no matter where you are. [UNKNOWN] packs, you get this in the mail. You got the mash. You got the hops. You've got the yeast. There's an RFID tag so when you load this in, the [UNKNOWN] Brew knows what to do. I'm gonna load this up right now. This is from the pack. I'm gonna add in the malt. I got the hops, it's got a hop cage. I want to put this on like that, I think it goes this way. And I'll toss on the lid. And now we're going to- Load it up. PicoBrew says they've improved the app because there have been a lot of complaints of how it works, so when you're making your beer, it's going to be a lot easier for you. You can save your profile. It's a lot simpler. It's going to be a better and easier process. At CES, there are other beer machines, but PicoBrew is kind of more old school. You have to get your own ingredients. And yes you can put it in packs to make your own bear. The thing is you are doing it yourself a lot of the work is on your own. Spin the past there have been problems when it comes to mechanical failures and issues making the bear, this machine is suppose to be a lot. More reliable than the previous version. So if you are making bear at home, there is good chance that it will actually work out. Now, they didn't explain if. It would spoil less or not, so they did say to me the [UNKNOWN] like I said, won't be as big a problem as it was before. Not only is it one device at $2,000, you can actually stack them. So if you wanna make a lot of beer, or several beers, you can attach multiple units on top of each other to make all the beer you want. So guys, not only could this make beer, but it can make coffee as well, if you wanted to do that, sous vide cooking as well. I'm gonna have a sample right now. This is the Z-series from Peek-A-Brew, I'm [UNKNOWN], and cheers to you. [MUSIC] It's good.

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