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May 18, 2016 AT 10:10 am

BrewBench is a Home Brewing Monitor System with an Attractive WebUI #Arduino

You can see a version of the WebUI here at the BrewBench website; This project has the novel idea of sending Slack notifications too – that’s cool!

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BrewBench is an Arduino brew monitor, controller and alert system for the home brewer enthusiast. It uses the Arduino REST API to interface with thermistors connected to the analog ports. You can also connect a relay to the digital ports and add a heater / pump to create a RIMS system. The software will start/stop the heater/pump based on the target temperature you set.

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See the full project here on Hackster.io and the complete source files here on GitHub.


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