Mackinaw, IL, June 13, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Adam Shake has just released a new project called “BrewTroller Home Brewing Automation Controller.” BrewTroller is a control system designed to integrate into your new or existing brewery. It allows you to control your heat source (Gas, Electric, or Steam), monitor temperature, and control other electronic devices. The project is now up on Kickstarter for everyone to see and be a part of. This campaign is showcasing the project in a unique way. The backers are able to get an inside look at how this idea came to realization and become part of the conversation on its future. Anyone who has a passion for brewing will be interested to see how this works.
To realize growth and reach future users the creator has chosen crowdfunding as a platform for to get the word out. The crowdfunding process will allow the creator to see users reactions and help facilitate societal involvement. Crowdfunding is a fantastic and relatively new way of gaining exposure but the team is positive that this will be the key to their success. The goal of this campaign is to reach those who share the vision of bring the BrewTroller back, want to share ideas, and create a community of like-minded individuals who are interested in collaboration with the founders.
The team did a really good job at providing perks that speak to their funders. With this campaign the backer can buy a their very own BrewTroller package.
The founder says, “We’re confident that these efforts will bring to people something they didn’t even know was missing. It will seamlessly fit into the brewing culture. This will guarantee that people can be more than they ever imagined when they utilize all of our many functions.”
"We’re really excited to be launching our campaign," says Adam Shake. "With simple features and an intuitive platform, this is something anyone can use to be part of this project.” Take a comprehensive look at what this groundbreaking project is all about. For more information, visit: http://www.brewtroller.com.
And for those who cannot help with donations, they know how far a Facebook “Like” or “Share” can travel. So every little bit counts. Thank you.
You are also free to contact Adam Shake at email@example.com if you would like to contribute in other ways or need more information. They would love to hear from you.