KegSmarts Connected Kegerator

May 28, 2015

Category: Vices

A pretty spirited bunch, beer enthusiasts are. After decades of having to take what The Man served up at bars, it seems like all of the momentum is now on the side of the craft- and home brewers.

After releasing the Zymatic, an all-in-one machine aimed at simplifying home brewing, startup PicoBrew is back with KegSmarts, the “world’s smartest kegerator.” Using Wi-Fi, built-in sensors, and an OLED display, KegSmarts helps you maintain your beer at its optimal serving temperature and tracks its freshness along the way. You can quickly see what’s on tap, when it was brewed, the key ingredients, alcohol content, and more. It also knows how much beer is in your keg and notifies when you it’s running low, averting any potential disasters. It can work as a standalone device or be installed on pretty much any standard kegerator. [Purchase]

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