PicoBrew Launched ‘Z Series’ for Beer Brewing Appliance
PicoBrew, manufacturer of automated craft brewing appliances announced launch of Z series with scalable design for precise repeatable large batch size on February 13, 2018.
The Z Series is launched for restaurants, bars, brewpubs and craft breweries, which brew small batches of craft beers and kombucha. The Z Series is available for pre-order with special discount pricing. The company will begin shipping in June 2018. The new series relies on technology developed by PicoBrew in 2013. The technology called Zymatic allows brewing using grains. The new series is updated with fluid distribution and heating components overall the system, which has stackable and rackable units to allow users for connected series of brewing devices.
“We have heard the demand for larger brewing-volume solutions from our customers loud and clear,” said Dr. Bill Mitchell, CEO of PicoBrew. “After almost 2 years of experimentation and prototyping, we arrived at the Z Series: a modular solution that can meet the needs of advanced home brewers, bar and restaurant owners and pro-brewers alike.”
The company is focused on developing small batch processing appliances. The Z Series has capacity to brewer 1 to 10 gallons of beer at a time with increasing the output by 2.5 gallons. Z1, the base model is priced at US$ 2,500 and it is capable of producing 2.5 gallons per brew cycle. The Z2 is priced at US$ 4,000 with outputs 5 gallons. The Z3 is priced at US$ 6,000 with capacity of 7.5 gallons and the Z4 produces 10 gallons per cycle and costing US$ 8,500. All models are available at a discount if pre-ordered before March 15, 2018.
Furthermore, the Z Series appliances can brew PicoPaks, biodegradable recipe packs that come filled with the water amendments, grains, and hops needed to brew craft beers from more than 200 breweries worldwide.
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