|By PR Newswire||
|August 6, 2014 07:01 AM EDT||
SEATTLE, Aug. 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- PicoBrew Inc today announced the launch of their "Original Series" recipe kits that have been made available as part of an ongoing collaboration with Mountain Homebrew, a wine and homebrew supply store based in Kirkland, WA.
The PicoBrew Original Series recipes are now available on Mountain Homebrew's website and in their retail store in Kirkland, WA. These category-spanning all-grain recipe kits are designed for new brewers to use with PicoBrew's industry-first automatic all-grain beer brewing appliance, the Zymatic®.
"The initial interest in the PicoBrew recipe kits has been strong, and we expect the demand to continue and grow as more customers receive their Zymatics®," said owner of Mountain Homebrew, Jon Mendrick.
Additionally, PicoBrew's online retail store went live this weekend in response to customers demand for Zymatic® accessories and other items.
"We've been overwhelmed with the continued strong order trend for Picobrew Zymatic® units and, as we're getting more of these into customers' hands, we're now seeing demand pick up for recipe kits and accessories such as kegs, keg seals and general merchandise," said PicoBrew CEO Bill Mitchell.
"I'm excited to brew my own craft beer in a way that is efficient and also 100% repeatable," said veteran software engineer and Kickstarter backer Scott Seiber. "I have friends that like specific profiles and with the PicoBrew Zymatic® I'll be able to brew perfect repeatable recipes of my own and have the confidence of knowing that published recipes from other creative brewers will be accessible for me to use on my own brewing machine."
PicoBrew is currently shipping Zymatics® to Kickstarter backers, which will be followed by fulfillment to pre-order customers.
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