How Brewie


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1. Stainless steel tanks

The boiling-, mashing- and hopping tanks are designed especially for brewing. With easily cleanable surfaces, the tanks offer effective platforms to make the beers of your choice.

2. Digital display

The digital interface - operating on a uniquely developed OS - helps you start brewing by pressing only a few buttons, online as well as in offline mode.

3. Special weight-sensors

The sophisticated, built-in weight sensors make the automated water inlet possible. The sensors regulate water inflow and circulation during mashing, sparging, boiling and the cleaning phases.


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1. Cooling outlet

The interior tube- and valve-systems make sure that water used for cooling can directly flow out into your waste water container without affecting or getting in contact with the wort outlet.

2. Water inlet

The automatic water inlet secures the continuous connection between your household water system and Brewie in different steps of the brewing process.

3. Water/Wort outlet

The separate outlet helps you to drain all remnant water and the finished wort to the container of you choosing.

Main Features

  • Water level control

    Water level control

    Brewie's sophisticated weight-sensors and interior tube- and valve-system results in the appropriate inner circulation of water and wort to reach the highest efficiency.

  • Automatic, fiber-free hopping

    The system of separate hop tanks with adjustable addition times allows the option of using bitter- or aromatic hops fitting custom or personal recipes.

  • Sparging

    Sparging (optional)

    Using its interior tube- and valve-system, Brewie is able to use manually or automatically added water to sparge (or lauter) the mash, resulting in a higher volume of wort as well as higher total efficiency.

Brewing steps

When we say Brewie is fully automated we DO mean it's fully automated. Just add the pre-packaged ingredients, press a button and sit back while Brewie takes care of the rest. You can monitor its progress from your smartphone, leaving you out of the mundane tasks of brewing to let you focus on what really matters. Once finished, the machine will even take care of the cleaning so you don't need to worry about anything.


  • Sediment your wort

    Sediment your wort

    Brewie offers an easy solution to prepare the wort for fermentation. You can sediment the finished liquid in the Brewie and drain only the clean, fiber-free wort or you can use all parts of the batch.

  • Pour the yeast into your fermentation bucket

    To commence the primary fermentation, in which sugars become alcohol, the yeast must be properly pitched into the wort. After pitching the yeast and sealing your fermentation equipment, fermentation should start after 12 hours - it usually takes 2-3 days.
    Pre-assembled Brewie Pads include the appropriate amount and type of yeast for their respective beer type.

  • Wait for fermentation

    Wait for fermentation

    Now it's time to wait through the fermentation phase. Usually after a few days, beer is drained over to a secondary fermentation equipment (bottle or keg), where it can reach its final flavour and characteristics in 2-3 weeks. After that you only have one job: enjoy!