I was lucky to have a talk about brewing beer with Linux, Python and a Respberry Pi chosen for OpenWest 2017. As part of that talk I wanted to put up a quick post with the slides from the talk and links to some of the resources I used. It's also worth taking a look at a previous post about my electric brewery as I include some details and links there as well.
In preparation for the talk I wrote about the system for opensource.com. That turned out to be really popular, and was then mentioned on Hackaday and raspberrypi.org as well. It's probably worth reminding folks to follow me on twitter @docaedo if you want any updates on the next things I'll be doing with the system. It's also a pretty convenient way to reach me if you have questions :)
A Typical Brewday
The Electric Brewery
The $1k IPA
I have been brewing for a while now (around 10 years I think?), and have always done 5 gallon batches, and kegged into corny kegs rather than bottling. (Mainly because I love brewing, love beer, and really like having beer on tap in the kitchen.) I have been interested in …read more
Inspired by our founders
"AMERICA has a proud history of drinking on the job. Craftsmen who built the first government buildings in the 17th century were sometimes paid in brandy. The 19th-century railroaders who laid the foundations of modern America were notoriously thirsty."
Obviously for the sake of our country I need …read more
Mashing with steam
I wrote this up for my friend Moshe, and have since forwarded it to probably five or six people who are interested in brewing their own beer. I thought I might as well put it up here, should make it a lot easier for me to share!
WOW, here's my …read more