Data Collected by BeerBug Changes Brewers’ Understanding of Fermentation

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As a result of the vast amount of data gleaned from thousands of brews with the BeerBug, ParasitX has discovered new fermentation trends and timing. Many brews reach their final gravity and are ready for kegging or secondary fermentation in just a few short days.

With the BeerBug you know when your brew has reached its final gravity, regardless of the expected fermentation time.

For the first time, brewers are now able to understand the fermentation process on a minute-by-minute level with the BeerBug real-time digital hydrometer. As a result of the vast amount of data gleaned from thousands of brews, BeerBug has discovered new fermentation trends and timing.

“After examining thousands of brews, we have seen that most beers ferment faster than previously thought. Many brews reach their final gravity and are ready for kegging or secondary fermentation in just a few short days,” said Taylor McClenny, CTO of ParasitX. “With the BeerBug you know when your brew has reached its final gravity, regardless of the expected fermentation time.”

BeerBug is excited to help brewers learn more about their individual brewing process, as well as create a wealth of data that informs the brewing community on new discoveries to continue advancing practices. With the detection of quicker fermentation, brewers are able to keg and enjoy their beer much sooner than previously thought. There is no need to wait and wonder for weeks for brews to ferment. Brewers can track their brew’s gravity level on mobile apps or the web with ParasitX brewing device, the BeerBug.

BeerBug data suggests that faster fermentation times could have great impact for commercial and micro brewing. With more accurate fermentation times, breweries can turn brews around faster, make more product, and increase revenues.

To better track brew’s fermentation and receive updates when final gravity is reached, buy your BeerBug today! The BeerBug is available to all brewers at $199 through the website at http://www.thebeerbug.com.

About ParasitX
ParasitX designs and manufactures sensors and actuators for the “Internet of Things” and with them, authentically engages its customers, weaving its products into their everyday lives through embedded social networking software tools. Through its flagship product, the Beerbug, ParasitX is transforming the way brewers around the world pursue their passion of brewing beer. ParasitX is based in Newport News, Virginia. To learn more, visit http://www.thebeerbug.com.

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