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Making Fresh Beer with your Pinter



 Check out the video to see how to brew Fresh Beer with Pinter.


Brewing with a Pinter

In essence, brewing beer involves two fundamental stages: fermentation and conditioning.

Our Fresh Presses encompass all the essentials for creating beer – grains, hops, and yeast. Fermentation occurs when you combine your Fresh Press with water and allow it to ferment at a warm temperature.

During this phase, the yeast works its magic by consuming the sugars, ultimately yielding alcohol.

Conditioning is the key to carbonating the beer and nurturing the development of flavors. This crucial process unfolds within a cold, airtight environment.

Pinter simplifies the art of brewing 10 pints of Fresh Beer and Cider right in your home, all within a single machine.

The video above provides a step-by-step guide to the entire process, and our app's instructions will lead you through each phase. You can create remarkable beer from your very first attempt.

Step 1 - Purify

To ensure a successful fermentation, the initial step is to purify your Pinter. Empty the purifying powder from your Pinter Pack into the Pinter, add warm tap water, shake, and pour it out.

Step 2 - Brew

Use your smartphone to scan the QR code on the Pinter Pack for brewing times and instructions.

Fill your Pinter with warm tap water up to the designated fill line. Squeeze the contents of your Fresh Press into the Pinter, add your yeast, and give it a good shake.

Then, position your Pinter on the brewing dock and let it rest in a warm spot for a few days, following the specified brewing times.

Some of our styles come with Hoppers – a patented technology that allows you to introduce fresh hops to your beer, elevating the flavor to new heights. At the conclusion of the brewing stage, it's time to incorporate the hop oil (as demonstrated in the video).

Step 3 - Condition

Gently detach your Pinter from the brewing dock (where all the spent yeast collects) and place it in the fridge for conditioning.

Allow it to sit for a few days, adhering to the recommended brewing times.

Step 4 - Savor

Now comes the moment to tap your Fresh Beer directly from the fridge! With the tap, you have full control over your pour, ensuring your ideal serve.

Pinter Fresh Beer will remain fresh in your refrigerator for up to 30 days.


Deep Grey Pinter and Fresh Beer

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