Includes: The perfect balance of pre-measured fresh grains, hops, and yeast to brew award-winning craft beers
Contains all-natural grains and hops
Dimensions: 13" x 10" x 7"
Weight: 7 lbs
21st Amendment Brew Free or Die IPA
Yields a golden West Coast IPA that is perfectly balanced with a solid malt backbone and just the right amount of hop flavor and aroma
Alcohol by volume (ABV): 7.0%
International Bitterness Unit (IBU): 52
Coronado Brewing Stingray IPA
Brews an easy-drinking IPA. Citra, Mosaic, Simcoe, and Southern Croff hops provide the flavors and aromas of tropical fruits and sun-kissed citrus, with soft accents of nectarine and peach
Alcohol by volume (ABV): 7.9%
International Bitterness Unit (IBU): 48
Elysian Brewing Dragonstooth Stout
Yields a very drinkable stout—satisfying but not heavy. Dragonstooth pours a deep, midnight black with a light tan head. It smells of coffee and dark chocolate and the mouthfeel is velvety smooth with flavors of roasted malts, oatmeal, and warm bread
Alcohol by volume (ABV): 8.1%
International Bitterness Unit (IBU): 56
Rogue's Dead Guy Ale
Yields an ale inspired by the style of a German Maibock. Dead Guy Ale is deep honey in color with a malty aroma, rich hearty flavor, and a well-balanced finish.
Alcohol by volume (ABV): 6.7%
International Bitterness Unit (IBU): 40
Upslope Brewing Co. Brown Ale
Yields a dark brown body that supports a creamy tan head. This medium-bodied Brown Ale is brewed in the English tradition, with an infusion of American creativity. The rich, malty backbone balances an assertive hop character, and ends with a smooth, dry finish
Brothers and home brewers Bill and Jim Mitchell created their own beer making machine when they both felt fed up with the inconsistent results they got. So they put their heads together—along with their backgrounds in food chemistry and appliance making—with engineer pal Avi Geiger to streamline the brewing process.
PicoBrew simplifies home brewing so anyone can try it. The sleek appliance side-steps the major set-up and maintains control of each step, so you don’t have to.
The hardest part might be picking which PicoPak to brew first. Each pod uses a recipe from popular craft breweries and contains the pre-measured hops, grain, and yeast needed to make an IPA, stout, or ale. Pop one in, and the PicoBrew takes it from there. After two hours of brewing in the machine and then a few weeks of fermentation, you've got your own brew.