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Brewing Features

World's First Fully Automated Home Brewery
  • Several Mashing Bags
    With Brewie you have the option to use multiple malt bags. More bags, more taste.
  • 4 Automated Hop Cage
    Brewie can handle four different types of hops in its four hop cages. You can also add further hops manually in any quantity. Brewie can alert you for manual additions as often as you'd like!
  • Automatic Sparging (Optional)
    Brewie allows you to control the sparging process as you can set the time and temperature. Your ingredients. Your parameters. Your beer.
  • Water Level Control
    Thanks to our automatic water inlet you can control how much water you would like to use for your batch. The minimum is 10 liters/2.64 gallons and the maximum is 20 liters/5.28 gallons.

Parts of Brewie

  • Mashing Tank
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    Mashing Tank
    Thanks to electrochemical polishing, the "tanks in Brewie" are that smooth that the dirt cannot remain on its surface, plus it also supports the runoff. Capacity: 27 liters/7.13 gallons.
  • Boiling Tank
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    Boiling Tank
    Having the same features as the mashing tank, none of the tanks have edges in order to be easily cleanable, and both have a tilt to help runoff.
  • Hop Tanks
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    Hop Tanks
    All our four hop tanks are made of stainless steel and match all food industry standards. With Brewie you have the option of automatic and manual hop additions as well.


  • Water Inlet Water Inlet
    Water inlet
    Brewie can be connected to your home water system and automatically measures your water input for you. Not a fan of tap water? No problem. Adding your own spring water is always an option.
  • Water Outlet Water Outlet
    Water outlet
    This the outlet for the water that was used for cooling down your delicious batch of beer.
  • Wort Outlet Wort Outlet
    Wort outlet
    Here you can connect the outlet tube that is shipped with your Brewie Package. There is a tactile switch on the side of the machine that you simply need to press once brewing is ready. Brewie will pump the brew out automatically.
  • USB Connectivity USB Connectivity
    USB connectivity
    We also think about the scenario when you do not have internet access. In this case, you can just simply upload your recipe to Brewie from your USB drive.
  • Preparation
    During preparation you fill Brewie with the mashing water. Brewie will make it sure that the water reaches the needed temperature.
  • Mashing One or More Bags
    Mashing One or More Bags
    This is when the mash temperature is progressively increased through a series of rests. The mashing efficiency is valued at approximately 70%. The exact value depends on the settings for mashing time and mashing temperature. Plus you can use multiple malt bags for your batch.
  • Sparging
    Here hot water is run through the grain bed to extract a sweet liquid called wort.
  • <Pre-boiling
    This is what we call first wort and depends on the recipe. During this process, the hop is put in the device before the water reaches the boiling point.
  • Boiling
    This is when we put the hops in the water after it reached boiling point.
  • After Boiling
    After Boiling
    This is a new technical advancement since you can stop the temperature increase at a given temperature at apply hopping according to the desired time.
  • Cooling
    Brewie can cool down your precious batch of beer in 20 minutes, so that you can let it out for fermentation.


  • First Fermentation
    Primary fermentation
    During primary fermentation the sugar becomes alcohol, and the harmful ingredients and gases leave the wort. The three important factors for a successful fermentation are pitching enough yeast, good wort nutrients, and maintaining a consistent temperature in the correct range. Active fermentation should start within 12 hours after Brewie finished its work. A typical ale's primary fermentation time is about 2-3 days.
  • Second Fermentation
    Secondary fermentation
    The theory behind moving beer to a secondary or tertiary is that it is beneficial to separate the beer and sediment as soon as possible after active fermentation. This is when your beer gets its typical taste, and it takes about 2-3 weeks depending on the beer type. Brewie is compatible with every currently existing kegging system.