The Brewery Pi project is a historian (for now) designed for craft brewers to allow them to quickly collect and visualize their brewing data enabling them to leverage it to help make better beer for all of us.
The easiest way to get started is to download a Brewery Pi image from GitHub for your Raspberry Pi. Brewery Pi follows semantic versioning (vX.Y.Z) and you should be able to find images for dot zero (.0) minor releases. For example, if the latest release is v1.3.1, you should be able to find an image for release v1.3.0. Once you have the image installed on a SD card, connect your Raspberry Pi to your network. To get the latest version of Brewery Pi, ssh into your Raspberry Pi. The default username and password are “pi” and “brewery”, respectfully. Once logged in execute the following commands:
$ sudo supervisorctl stop brewerypi $ cd ~/brewerypi/ $ git pull $ git checkout vX.Y.Z (replace vX.Y.Z with target release, for example, v1.3.1) $ sudo supervisorctl start brewerypi
If all goes well, you should now be able to point a web browser to the IP address of your Raspberry Pi to log in to Brewery Pi. Again, use the default username and password of “pi” and “brewery”, respectfully.
Checkout the Getting Started Quickly tutorial.
See the LICENSE file.