A New Zealand company has come up with a home-brewery kit that they claim can produce 40 pints of beer in just seven days, and the process has been designed to be as simple as possible.
The beer in WilliamsWarn Personal Brewery is fermented and carbonated in the 40-pint stainless-steel tank, eliminating the need for bottles or kegs, which the makers claim is superior to anything made commercially, the Daily Mail reported.
On day one, you clean and sterilise the tank, then add the water, malt and yeast.
The dials on the top control the temperature and pressure within the tank. The pressure needs to be checked every day during brewing to ensure perfect carbonation.
The Personal Brewery costs around £2,700.
Towards the end of the week, the sediment bottle is removed, the beer is cooled and a clarifi cation agent is flushed through using a SodaStream CO2 cylinder, after which it is ready to pour on day seven.
The 2,700 pounds one-tank design eliminates the beer’s exposure to the air, keeping it fresher, and the whole process is temperature-controlled, which makes for better brewing and a perfectly chilled pint.