John Carnett makes his living as a staff photographer for PopSci.com. His avocational passion, however, got him notice on his employer's Web site.
The reason: His homemade microbrewery that boils, ferments, chills, and pours home-crafted ale. He calls it, simply "The Device."
As PopSci.com explains it: "In most home-brewing setups, each step in the process requires moving the beer to a new container by hand, which increases the chance of contamination and requires you to lift stuff. Carnett's machine keeps everything in the carts' closed system and requires only that he swap a few CO2-pressurized hoses to move the liquid along."
Interested? Click here for a demo.
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