Newark, (November 12, 2016) – iGulu has conquered a new frontier again! The eagerly awaited automated home brewing system added another feather to its cap by winning the prestigious 2017 CES Innovation Awards in the smart home category. Hogging the limelight since its inception, the smartest beer brewing system is now all set for a formal launch on November 10. The Award makes iGulu indisputably the best among the existing breed of at-home beer brewing systems, with a sleek design, affordable price and an extremely high-tech yet user friendly control system.
The CES Innovation Awards, presented by the Consumer Technology Association, highlight the expertise spent on creating iGulu. The annual Awards are presented to new consumer products that feature outstanding product design and engineering. iGulu scored with its amazing automated system, which allows both experts and novices to brew high quality beer by pressing a few buttons or using an app.
Another remarkable milestone for iGulu comes from its crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo, where it has raised over $1 million. The soon to be launched iGulu promises to be the most affordable home beer maker, with fast brewing times, easy cleaning, and a variety of customizable combinations.
Conventional, at-home brewing systems are complex and expensive, and do not yield beer of expected quality, especially when brewed by first time users. iGulu offers a huge database of thousands of well prepared recipes, along with the option to modify or create new recipes. The simple user interface uses a LED screen for operation and comes with an exclusive iGulu app. The high tech control system with precise sensors makes iGulu a revolutionary home brewing machine.
Allowing for maximum control with minimum monitoring, iGulu allows the user to intuitively track brew time, brew phase, temperature, or Saccharify curve, with sliding scales for variables such as alcohol content, bitterness, or flavor profile. The production team behind iGulu is led by Shu Zhang as CEO and founder of iGulu, who previously worked within the Data Center Business Unit of CISCO and was Technical Leader of Motorola’s Software Group.
To know more, please visit: www.igulu.com