PicoBrew is getting into larger-scale brewing production

PicoBrew launched as a way to consistently brew your own beer. Now the company’s introducing new products that’ll help home brewers or restaurant owners launch their own, larger-scale brewing productions. The PicoBrew Z Series consists of four modular brewing appliances that can produce anywhere between one and 10 gallons of beer or kombucha. It costs between $1,499 and $3,999 with preorders available now and the devices shipping in June. The Z Series can brew from loose grains and hops or PicoBrew’s proprietary PicoPaks, which the company makes through partnerships with breweries. These PicoPaks are basically pods, and we talked about them a lot on our live YouTube show here. We also tasted the beer. All the Z Series appliances... Continue reading…

PicoBrew's Z Series appliance is for serious brewers only - CNET

PicoBrew is back with a scalable beer brewing appliance for homes and businesses.

Tue 13 Feb 18 from CNET Cutting Edge

PicoBrew announces a modular and scalable professional brewing appliance

 PicoBrew today announced a new product in its growing line of brewing appliances. Called the Z Series, this product targets serious brewers with a scalable design that allows for greater ...

Tue 13 Feb 18 from TechCrunch

PicoBrew Z series is a modular all-in-one setup for serious homebrewers

After introducing Keurig-like pods for brewing beer at home, PicoBrew is back with a more traditional all-grain setup. The new Z Series allows brewers to use their own loose grains ...

Mon 12 Feb 18 from Engadget

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