Thursday, August 4, 2011

The WilliamsWarn Personal Brewery
from WilliamsWarn on Vimeo.

Are you interested in homebrewing, but the best draught you can make tastes slightly worse than Natty Ice? I just shuddered at the thought of taking a sip of that. The WilliamsWarn Personal Brewery looks awesome, and more importantly it produces some seriously tasty suds.

Because the Personal Brewery is contained in 1 unit it is able to complete every step of the home brewing process, just set it and forget it. It will carbonate the beer on the first fermentation day, remove the all sediment, clarify it, pressurize the beer, all while keeping your personal microbrew at an ice cold temperature throughout the entire process so you can enjoy the first pint directly from the tap. Total time from initiation to inebriation? About 1 week.

Get drunk, not broke by brewing your own beer at home. OK, the initial investment might break you, but depending on how much your drink you can recoup the cost in no time. If you are a professional alcoholic, just think of it as another business expense. After writing all of this, I think it's time to have myself a drink (yeah it's only noon, I'm at work, and I only have an old can of warm Old Milwaukee. I don't think its a problem, so it's not.)

$4500 NZD, or about $3800 US dollars.

Check it out here: WilliamsWarn


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  2. At $5 a beer, which is already a bit pricy, that's 760 beers till you break even.

  3. I actually like experimenting with stuff like this, but it's more of a one time thing for me so I wouldn't invest that much, but it sounds interesting.

  4. that is so cool, but WAY to expensive