We Aussies have a thing for our beer. But you know what’s better? A beer that you crafted yourself at home. We got a first-hand look at the brand new exobrew at CES and it’s a game changer for beer lovers and home brewing enthusiasts alike. 

What makes exobrew different from your traditional home brewing options is the ability to ditch all the glass bottles cluttering up your space and swapping it for a single vessel.This vessel is the all-in-one solution – it brews, ferments and taps your beer of choice, removing the need to fuss around with multiple containers or bottles.

Brewers are spoiled for choice here with over 12,000 recipes to choose from. You can create your traditional ales or experiment with something unique and funky. Some brews take as little as 3 days, while others can take up to 30 days. Once it’s done, the exobrew keeps your beer at the perfect temperature and ready to pour.

Currently launching in the US at $879, we an expect this somewhere around the $2000 mark if it comes to Australia. Think of it as an investment in freeing up some space in the man-cave. If beer isn’t your thing, the exobrew can also produce kombucha and cider. 

Modern day home brewing wouldn’t be complete without a smartphone app, allowing you to track the entire process from start to finish. 

A great product that we will be first in line to test if it comes to Australia.

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