That looks pretty good kdttocs.
Another option to look at (I also have nothing personally to do with this apart from owning one) is Ninja Blocks.
These are a bit less specialized but can do many different things at one.
For example, I'm using mine to control heat and fans in my smokehouse but at the same time, it could also be controlling an electric hob to keep a vat of milk at the right temperature (or indeed stepping it up/down) and keeping a cheese cave at the right temp/humidity.
Kdttocs, you could use one of these to control both your cheese and your brewing.
It uses RF sensors to monitor stuff, then has a web interface and a rules engine to build rules to control actuators (in my case, RF controlled sockets).
If you're into coding on arduinos and the like, you can go even further as it's all open source and you can get to the arduino and beagle bone inside.
It's not a particularly polished product but the guys are responsive to questions and there is a growing community helping to develop it further.http://ninjablocks.com/
The screens are of my dashboard (home-screen) and the drag and drop (powerful) rules engine.