MoreBeer all in one brewing system

by Martin on April 1, 2012

MoreBeer have a great deal going on today for a revolutionary all in one brewing system. Normally priced at $5,000, today you can get your hands on the system for only $3,000.

The system allows you to use the same vessel for brewing, fermenting and serving. Below are some photos of the system.

If you take the plunge and make the purchase, please share a review in the comments section below.

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Pouring at the Coast ale festivalLast weekend we went up to the Seaside ale festival with a couple of friends. First, we stopped at the Wine & Beer Haus in the outlet mall. This was a great find – they have about 300 bottles beers and you can either buy to take away, or consume on the premises if they’re under (I believe) 11%. I went for an Irish red and my friend went for a hop bomb (I wish I made a note of the exact beers).

Next call was, of course, the ale festival – just down the road at the Seaside convention center. Since there were four of us, we went for the $50 package which gave us four tasting glasses and 24 tokens. This worked out to be perfect since towards the end of the night we had about a dozen more tokens given to us for free from people who were leaving!

The ale festival had a great atmosphere, with live music throughout. Over a dozen breweries were represented, including the coming-soon Seaside Brewing Company who offered a great stout.

This is one of the few festivals I’ve gone to where I got to try every beer on offer. Since there were four of us, we could sample different beers amongst ourselves – I certainly wouldn’t have been able to walk away if I’d got full samples of each beer!

The event also included a homebrew competition. I was going to enter an oatmeal stout but I was concerned it wasn’t quite ready when I tried it a week before the festival. Unfortunately, I cracked a bottle open the night before the ale festival and it tasted great – so I am kicking myself for not putting it in.

Lucky for us, we were able to sample the remaining beers from the homebrew entries (no tasting tickets required). This was my first time tasting homebrew that I didn’t make myself. Although I had to avoid the bottles that looked as though they were infected (I spotted two that had the never-ending slow but steady foam fountain), I enjoyed the ones I sampled.

Overall this was a great festival in a smaller venue and a great time was had by all. I voted for Seaside Brewing Company’s stout as the best in show – they came in second place, edged out by Goodlife Brewing.

I’m already looking forward to next year’s event. Seaside proved that you don’t need a big venue in a big city to pull off a great ale festival!

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Northern Brewer discount code

March 13, 2012

From March 13 2012 to March 20 2012, Northern Brewer are selling their ingredient kits at 15% off with the discount code: MakeGreatBeer I’ve not purchased from Northern Brewer before, so I’ve taken advantage of the deal to pick up four all grain kits. Specifically, I went for: Chinook IPA Caribou Slobber Sierra Madre Pale [...]

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Dry hopping in the primary fermenter with hop pellets

February 13, 2012

I just finished dry hopping for the first time. I have had a Greenbelt pale ale in the primary fermenter for three weeks and will be dry hopping as per the recipe (1/2 oz of Amarillo & 1/2 oz of Centennial) for one week. I already knew that I wasn’t going to be using a [...]

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Wyeast 1338 is slow!

January 11, 2012

One thing I love about this homebrewing journey is the learning experience. Every brew day (and in between) I am learning something new about the art of brewing beer. Recently I learnt that Wyeast 1338 takes a long time to ferment – it takes a long time to get started, and it takes its sweet [...]

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Enjoying the Portland holiday ale festival

December 2, 2011

After the disappointment of the Oregon Brewers Festival, I had higher hopes for Portland’s Holiday Ale festival. After the hell of the summer festival, my wife and I decided to go to the holiday ale festival on a Thursday in order to avoid the crowds as much as we could. We also made sure we [...]

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Storage boxes for bottle conditioning homebrew

November 25, 2011

I just can’t forget the bottle bomb from my gusher bug infection (and the mess it made). Since I don’t want to bottle condition in the basement (it’s pretty chilly down there), I wanted to be able to protect the spare room beer room in case of any future explosions. After deciding on plastic storage boxes, I [...]

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When to use a blowoff hose

November 16, 2011

I’d already determined that any brew with an OG over 1.050 needs a blowoff hose – but yesterday I ignored my own advice! After brewing the West Yorkshire oatmeal stout from Austin Homebrew Supply, I pitched a 1.3 liter starter of Wyeast 1469 at 4.30pm. The opening gravity of this beer was 1.058 so I [...]

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Bottling the new homebrew pipeline

November 12, 2011

I have now bottled up my new pipeline of three 5 gallon batches of homebrew. After the destruction of my recent gusher bug incident, I went crazy in terms of cleaning and sanitizing when bottling this batch. Before bottling, I soaked all the bottles in PBW and gave them a good scrub using a bottle brush [...]

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A ring in the bottle neck – the calling card of the gusher bug

November 9, 2011

After the gusher infection ravaged four batches of beer I’ve been keeping a close eye on my malted milk stout – the first batch I bottled after identifying and attempting to tackle the cause of the infection. In previous posts, when I’ve described the gusher bug I’ve also mentioned the tell-tale ring around the inside of the [...]

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