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America's Coolest Home Brewery


America's Coolest Home Brewery built by Chris Bowen of Hammersmith Ales 
HammerSmith Ales started in 2005 , the idea for the name Hammersmith was originally inspired after the town outside of London, England. HammerSmith is rich in history and has a few landmarks significant to music, a famous bridge and an important stop along the river Thames. Chris's interest in British culture started many years ago, he has always been a fan of British beer , authors of literature, and British personalities. Early on in my exploration of beer, he quickly discovered breweries like Fuller's, Shepard Naeme, Young's, Samuel Smith and Greene King. When he started brewing, he quickly decided that he was going to focus on British style beers like English Bitters, Extra Special Bitter , India Pale Ale, Old Ale and Barleywine.

  

    
Savant Systems 1400
This portable brewery on wheels is a HERMS system =Heat Exchanged Recirculating Mash System. Total finished brewing size is 10 gallons. Water is induced from a Reverse Osmosis System and is built back up again depending on the style and region of original brewing water. The system can reproduce approximately 70 different water profiles thoughout the world. Replicating water from the likes of Dublin, London, Pilsen, Dortmunder and Prauge are within our grasp.  This system was custom built from scratch, all the plans and designs are a patent pending design of Hammersmith Ales 2006
 
  
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