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Use the MashBerry to Help Monitor Your Home Brewery @Raspberry_Pi #piday #raspberry_pi

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The Mashberry from Sebatian Duell is a pi based controller that helps with your home brewing endeavors, specifically by regulating the mash temperature. Via lifehacker.

MashBerry is a Raspberry PI based beer-brewing controller. It is designed to automate the mashing-process for the homebrewer.

MashBerry can be operated via a Web-interface or via a Display and an IR-remote. The temperature is controlled using a PID-controller, the temperature-measurement is done with a PT1000 or a Dallas 18B20. For power-control an external Solid-State-Relay is used.

The whole configuration (like entering recipes, PID-Autotuning, etc.) is done via the built in Web-interface.

The software is OpenSource and is licensed under the GPLv3.

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