Brewery 1.13.1a

Brewery allows you to brew beer, create your own brand of beer, and receive potion effects

  1. Darkstar1592
    Native Minecraft Version:
    1.13
    Tested Minecraft Versions:
    • 1.13
    Brewery!

    The long-awaited counterpart to Winery!



    Note: This plugin only works on 1.13, but can be repatched to other versions. PM me if you need an earlier version.



    Configuration
    Just drop the Brewery.jar file into your plugins folder then restart your server
    • There are no commands or permissions to work with

    *NEW*

    You can now name your beer in an anvil at any step in the process.
    (I recommend naming an entire stack of glass bottles, as it costs less experience to name an entire stack at once, than to do it one at a time.)
    This allows players to create their own brands or specialty brews, potentially for role-play, trade or sale in a marketplace.


    Brewery allows you to brew beer!
    Each beer gives a different potion effect, depending on the ingredients used in the brewing process.
    Below is a nifty flowchart, detailing the processes for each potion effect


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    There are six base grains: Wheat Seeds, Pumpkin Seeds, Melon Seeds, Nether Wart, Beetroot Seeds, and Wheat
    Each base grain has two modifier ingredients.
    Each modifier ingredient is used to add a potion effect.
    Both modifier ingredients can be added to a single potion, allowing for both potion effects on a single bottle.
    Glowstone Dust can be added to increase the potency of all potion effects
    Redstone Dust can be added to increase the duration of all potion effects


    How to:
    Step 1: Create a brewing vat by placing a tripwire hook on any side of a furnace (see above)

    Step 2: Add a water bottle (left click the furnace with water bottle)
    Step 3: Add the base ingredient (left click the furnace with ingredient) (see flowchart for base ingredients)
    Step 4: Ferment the brew (right-click the tripwire hook)
    Step 5: Add the modifier ingredient (left click the furnace with ingredient) (see flowchart for modifier ingredients)
    Step 6: Extract the beer from through the tap (right-click the tripwire hook)
    Optional: Add the second modifier ingredient
    Step 7: Put the beer back into the brewing vat (left click the furnace with beer)
    Step 8: Add the second modifier ingredient (left click the furnace with ingredient) (see flowchart for modifier ingredients)
    Step 6: Extract the double modified beer from through the tap (right-click the tripwire hook)

    Optional: Amplifiers
    Step 8: Put the beer back into the vat (left click the furnace with beer)
    Step 9: Add the amplifier ingredient (left click the furnace with ingredient) (see flowchart for base ingredients)
    Step 10: Extract the amplified beer from through the tap (right-click the tripwire hook)
    Optional: Add the second amplifier ingredient
    Step 8: Put the beer back into the vat (left click the furnace with beer)
    Step 9: Add the second amplifier ingredient (left click the furnace with ingredient) (see flowchart for base ingredients)
    Step 10: Extract the double amplified beer from through the tap (right-click the tripwire hook)
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