A bit pricey and decent beer normally takes more than 7 days: conditioning. Plus regular homebrew gear can be had for a lot less.-PGA
Written by Ben Coxworth for gizmag.com and Popular Science
Ian Williams and and Anders Warn, with the WilliamsWarn beer brewing machine.
Home beer-brewing is sort of like writing a novel – although you might like the idea of having done it, the thought of all the work involved in doing it can be off-putting. If the PR materials are to be believed, however, the WilliamsWarn brewing machine could make the process a lot easier … and quicker. Unlike the four weeks required by most home brewing systems, it can reportedly produce beer in just seven days.
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