One of a kind every time.
Nanobrew is your key to a truly distinctive beer. Our home brewing kits use the wild, airborne yeast around you to brew beer that reflects your terroir. That means your beer will taste totally different than your friend who lives across town. Kits come complete with everything you need to brew a 30 Liter Nanobrew batch. In just 14 days, you’ll have a premium beverage with individual character. Hear, hear for unique beers.
With Nanobrew, you can make beer that’s unique to your environment. Our home brewing kits utilize the wild, airborne yeast in your home to inoculate the mash and create a beer that has the terroir of your brewing site. Your beer will truly reflect you and your world with each and every sip.
The Nanobrew kit comes equipped with everything you need to make your unique batch. The sustainable box includes: a 1 gallon fermentation jug with cap and airlock; a mini siphon and tubing; a bottle filler; bottle capper; pry-off caps; and blended grain malts and hops.
Once you’ve made your distinct Nanobeer batch, you can collect and save the yeast from your air and share it with other Nanobeer brewers to create interesting and collaborative beers. To collect the wild yeast, simply expose our capture unit to the air for 24 hours.
Nanobrew arms you with the tools you need to make a truly unique beer. When you collaborate with others, the flavor combinations are endless. Let your creativity soar and brew your way to a beer you can call your own. Nanobrew -- One of a kind every time.
Concept Inspired By...
Nanobrew was inspired by the following movements, technologies, and trends in food today.
Regional flavor: Locally made packaged food products have been in existence since the the dawn of the packaged food industry. However, with the Green Revolution, we lost that sense of place behind a lot of packaged food. Food was simply manufactured and the origins of the ingredients were obfuscated behind opaque ingredient labels. But the movement to bring back food that tastes like a region is back. More and more food producers are creating products that tout a certain crop or animal’s geography as a key component to the story and taste.
Sample Organizations: Anson Mills, Washington State University Bread Lab
Read More: Modern Farmer (http://bit.ly/2r4IznD)
Single animal eating: Unlike other types of food product production where the goal is to assemble something, the goal of butchery is to disassemble something. It’s a totally opposite value proposition. Most commonly, meat is disassembled from a carcass and sold off by its component parts. Not all cuts are equally desired, so you always end up with parts that are wasted or sold at an inferior price. Complexity and inefficiency can rise up in the supply chain as a result of shattering the whole animal product into very different pieces. Buying whole animals streamlines the supply chain and gives farmers a stronger reassurance that they can sell entire carcasses, instead of finding separate buyers for each of the parts. This reassurance stabilizes the farmer’s revenue streams and enables them to grow more consistently.
Sample Organizations: Fleisher’s Craft Butchery, the Meat Hook
Read More: Edible (http://bit.ly/2r4BhQw)