An INDIEGOGO Project: The Vessi Beer Fermentor and Dispenser
INDIEGOGO’s VESSI home-brewing beer project ferments, carbonates, and dispenses home-brewed beer in as little as 7 days!
By Justin Beerber on Jun. 07, 2016
Check out this nifty INDIEGOGO home-brewing beer project that’s already fully funded and allows you to brew beer at home in only a week. The Vessi ferments, cools, and pours your beer — it’s kind of like a Keurig for beer! AND it allows you to bottle or keg your beer too!
Video: Vessi™ Beer Fermentor and Dispenser
Vessi has a simple at-home setup
Vessi reduces the key risks that make good beer go bad, with a tank that’s sealed, pressurized, and temperature-controlled for the optimal environment to craft great-tasting beer time and time again.
How does the Vessi work?
- Transfer your wort to the vessel
- Seal the unit
- Set the desired pressure
- Set the desired temperature
Once fermentation in the Vessi is complete:
- Remove the sediment
- Set Vessi™ to the desired serving temp and serve
- Alternatively bottle/keg your beer with the associated ports
For more information about this INDIEGOGO project, click here.
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