Homebrew Starter Kit (Irish Red Ale / American Brown Ale / Wheat Beer / Double IPA) £37.50 Delivered with Code @ Beerhawk
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Homebrew Starter Kit (Irish Red Ale / American Brown Ale / Wheat Beer / Double IPA) £37.50 Delivered with Code @ Beerhawk

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Found 26th Sep
Thought these were a great all in one kit if you wanted to dabble in the world of homebrew, with multiple variants of the kit available to suit every tastebud

Most kits I've seen in the past around this price point have just the ingredients and instructions included, but this includes everything you need to start brewing. The kits originate from the US, so the instruction DVD isn't included, but can be watched via their website.

The kits look very presentable, and would make for nice Christmas or birthday gifts.

Better yet, there's free delivery using the code 'FREEDEL' at checkout.

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Our partners at Northern Brewer have worked for years on these 1 US gallon (3.8L) kits making making them as easy as possible to follow and make amazing beer at home in just a couple of weeks. This Irish Red Ale kit is one of their most popular, a crowd-pleasing, easy drinking beer with a rich copper colour and without too long needed to age it (meaning you can start drinking it pretty quickly!).

Kit includes:

● 1 US gallon (3.8L) fermentation jug with cap and airlock
● Irish Red Ale recipe kit
● Mini siphon and tubing
● Bottle filler
● 8 oz (237ml) easy clean cleanser
● Bottle capper and pry-off caps
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just shy of £40 for 7 pints!? think I'll pass
Can't you buy something similar from the likes of B&M for half this price?

Probably not as good as this one.
Normal brew kits are 22ltr or 40 pints so this is pretty much useless.
It's a lot of work for 7.6 pints. I have only ever made beer in 5 gallon lots (40 pints), and there is a lot of work involved regardless of the amount brewed. For a demijohn, an airlock , a piece of plastic tube, bottle capper, etc,. and a small bag of ingredients, I think this is quite expensive. You will find that repeat ingredients and recipes will be geared to 40 pints.
Unless you buy more demijohns, you'll have at least 2 weeks wait between brews of 7.6 pints. Sorry, not for me!
I may be an old fart now but in my day we brewed beer in dustbins (or the bath in uni days) and fermented wine in gallon demijohns. The photo does say small batch but not worth the effort for so few pints.
el_cheapo1 h, 7 m ago

I may be an old fart now but in my day we brewed beer in dustbins (or the …I may be an old fart now but in my day we brewed beer in dustbins (or the bath in uni days) and fermented wine in gallon demijohns. The photo does say small batch but not worth the effort for so few pints.


Don't forget the airing cupboard.
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