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Vessi

Postby krazypara3165 » Thu Jun 02, 2016 23:21

So.... It appears whirlpool are getting in on the homebrewing 'scene'

Basically it appears to be a fridge and dispensing system. Expensive for what it is but is a great space saver and appears to be thought out well. You can ferment, pressurise, chill, and dispense all in the one system and it has a contraption to remove sediment as well at what appears to be corny connections to keg or bottle your beer if required.

They could be on to something here and it seems better thought out than most other all in one systems.

http://channelnews.com.au/whirlpool-get ... ng-market/

Kegged:
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Bottled:
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Maturing:
Rhubarb Wine, WOW rose', Elderberry wine, Mixed berries wine, Elderflower and grapefruit wine, Elderberry wine.

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German Pilsner, Guinness Clone, Chateau De Roi selection kit, Strawberry and lime cider.
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Re: Vessi

Postby rpt » Fri Jun 03, 2016 08:53

Two selling points are being able to brew in 7 days instead of the normal month and that it retains the carbonation from fermentation. Sounds like the perfect system to make diacetyl and sulphur laden lagers.

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Re: Vessi

Postby supersteve » Fri Jun 03, 2016 09:11

Funny how it's got the same cheap Chinese tap I have on my fridge.
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Re: Vessi

Postby krazypara3165 » Fri Jun 03, 2016 09:16

rpt wrote:Two selling points are being able to brew in 7 days instead of the normal month and that it retains the carbonation from fermentation. Sounds like the perfect system to make diacetyl and sulphur laden lagers.



Ahhh but you don't have to drink it after 7 days and you could always vent off the carbonation first before re carbonating if that was really an issue.

Remember, a braumeister is only as good as the person using it.

Kegged:
Simecoe APA (HBF Donation)

Bottled:
Galaxy Pale Ale, Woodfordes Wherry, Bella Brew Pale Ale, Strawberry and vanilla Pale Ale, Mixed fruits cider, Elderflower and grapefruit fizz.

Maturing:
Rhubarb Wine, WOW rose', Elderberry wine, Mixed berries wine, Elderflower and grapefruit wine, Elderberry wine.

Next Up:
German Pilsner, Guinness Clone, Chateau De Roi selection kit, Strawberry and lime cider.
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