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the closest thing you can get with out spending an arm and a leg is getting a brewPI, I dont have one, but it says it can log locally and has a bunch of different functions, and a web interface. you may be able to follow this guide to hack your existing fridge to be compatible. personally, i like to build things so i would get a raspberry Pi, put a Lamp ...


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I would just put a self-advesive style thermometer on the jug ($4.00). Then keep it in a cool dark place where it will hold 65-72°. With just a 1 gallon volume and a lot of glass surface area heatsinking the wort it will be pretty accurate without having to be in the wort. A brew Pi, or T1000 temp controller works if you have refridgeration for it to ...


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The kind of thing you seem to be in need of is a BrewPi. Basically the Pi, temp sensors, relays for heater/fridge and software to hook it all together in a nice little package. You would likely have to make an extra hole for a temp probe, but rather than using epoxy for the probe try to find a small rubber grommet, you can often find these in home brew ...



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