Home brewing seems complicated, but it’s a lot like making oatmeal. You combine cracked grain with warm water, separate the liquid from the grain, and boil that liquid with hops. Those looking to get into the hobby often spend lots of time and money finding the right pots, getting propane burners, and building expensive systems from scratch.
With the Grainfather, a Bluetooth-enabled electric brewery, you’ll start making excellent beer in no time. It mashes (the hot-water-and-grain step), then boils and chills your wort (unfermented beer) with ease. All you have to do is add yeast to a carboy, splash the Grainfather’s output on top of it, and wait a couple of weeks until it’s time to bottle.