Hi! How’s the long weekend working for you guys? Jamie (check out his newish homebrew blog!), Nick and I are spending Saturday and Sunday at the Singapore Mini Maker Faire, spreading the word of homebrewing to a geeky and cute kid audience also here to learn about 3D printing, leather bag making, robotics and kitty cat ears that flap about, its Japanese maker says, by sensing his brain waves from prods placed against his forehead. Err, okay!
As promised in our last post, we got in touch with Raymond at iBrew and he’s replied really swiftly with news about the judges and evaluation process for iBrew this year.
Natasha, myself and our Homebrew Club friends will be at Singapore Mini Makers Faire on the 26th and the 27th of July at the Senja Cashew Community Centre in Bukit Panjang. There, we will be showing of some of our equipment, and hopefully brewing a mini full mash brew so people can see the process and what it involves. Unfortunately, we won’t be allowed to give out tasters of our beer as the organisers are not allowing it, but hey, if you really want to try our beers, drop us a message and we’ll have you over for a meeting. […]
What a busy, beer-filled weekend it was for Nick and I! In the mood for solid craft beer with the coming of last week’s iBrew Challenge, we organised a single hop IPA tasting at ours for a few of beer pals.
Are you curious to find out what we are using to craft our beers at home? Our equipment is a mix of cheap local and second hand parts, hacked and modified to make a versatile brew setup. We plan to write about the technology on this blog in the future, but if you happen to attend this years GeekcampSG, you have the chance to attend a presentation by Markus showing some of the tech off. If you want to know how the Arduino and the Raspberry Pi are used to control a soup heater for mashing and a second-hand fridge […]