With growing demand for DYI brewing.

Fully automated personal brewing system, BrewArt, which enables users to brew and dispense beer at home, will launch into Harvey Norman stores next month. BrewArt is a division of Coopers Brewery.

The BeerDroid (RRP $799) brews 10 litres of beer at the push of a button, while the BrewFlo (RRP $699) dispenses fully carbonated beer with a frothy head without the use of CO2.


BrewArt marketing manager, Scott Harris, said that the BrewArt system was designed specifically for modern lifestyles.

“Just as people like to make their own barista quality coffee at home, now they can make their own pub quality beer. We have focused on style as well as function so that every design feature adds to the experience of ‘crafting your masterpiece’,” Harris said.

Available in chrome and black, BeerDroid offers WiFi connectivity and easy cleaning. Users can monitor and control their brew’s progress from the iOS smartphone app and receive push notifications of brewing milestones. BeerDroid has patented end of fermentation (EOF) technology, with full temperature control throughout the brewing process.

The BrewArt system comes with a range of BrewPrints (RRP $44.95), which are individually packed natural ingredients. BrewPrints include the likes of Coopers Pale Ale, California Steam, Thomas Coopers Celebration Ale, London’s Own Ale, Traditional Irish Stout and Ruby Porter, among others.

This follows the recent launch of the WilliamsWarn BrewMaster, which is currently available through selected Harvey Norman stores, E&S Trading and the BBQ School in Sydney.

Coopers Beerdroid with BrewArt won a 2016 Canstar Blue Innovation Excellence Award in September.