Make your own cider or lager £5 @ Tesco instore
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Make your own cider or lager £5 @ Tesco instore

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Good price, but vile stuff.
chrisbarker18 m ago

Good price, but vile stuff.


If it is that vile then surely it can never be a good price?

I have not tried it but I reckon if I bought it and thought it was bad I would be thinking waste of £5.
Just made some mixed berry one and tastes much better than I'd have thought, pretty good present.
Chav pop
Certainly at full price you'd be better either buying a minikeg of speckled hen, paulaner, or whatever, or do a proper home brew (or both so that you can reuse the minikeg)
What a fab thing to give as a gift. It’s not always about the taste etc compared to one you could buy, sometimes it’s just the fun of making this yourself. Yes, some people do find stuff like this fun, I’d love one as a gift!
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I think the mods have started on the sherry early this year.
Edited by: "databar" 23rd Dec 2017
Brewing is a great hobby that doesn't cost much but I fear this wouldn't be the greatest of tastes. Give it time and chill it well before drinking (like a week in the fridge) and don't worry if this is cloudy, it will do you no harm except get you drunk.

I'll give a little heat if it gets someone into brewing.
Yeah it's rank
Never tried this but I do my own flat cider and it's worth the work, it comes out like rocket fuel ☠☠ but I luv it
Why is Northern Ireland deprived of these deals! (I know already - it's a rhetorical question )
Please don’t waste your money on this crap
chrisbarker116 h, 33 m ago

Good price, but vile stuff.


Thank you think will take a few back if they taste bad
Maybe a tad more expensive but buy this beer starter kit for £47.50. Kits start at around a tenner but this kit can be reused and reused. BTW decent beer will take 3 months to produce, not 1 week.
Edited by: "GlentoranMark" 24th Dec 2017
GlentoranMark2 h, 41 m ago

Maybe a tad more expensive but buy this beer starter kit for £47.50. Kits …Maybe a tad more expensive but buy this beer starter kit for £47.50. Kits start at around a tenner but this kit can be reused and reused. BTW decent beer will take 3 months to produce, not 1 week.


Thought it was cider?
madmick66610 m ago

Thought it was cider?



You can adapt that kit to make cider... or make a turbo cider for around a fiver from shop bought ingredients (have a Google)
Made some turbo Cider once, nearly blew my head off
madmick66645 m ago

Made some turbo Cider once, nearly blew my head off


Most people I see on the various forums like to make strong brews. Personally I like to make sessionable beers in the 3.5-4% range. You don't have to make a strong brew to enjoy it. Just water the beer/ cider down to a sensible level, there are calculators for this.

I've ingredients for an all grain house stout and/ or a citra lager on Wednesday. I'll make either around 4% and no doubt I'll miss my numbers by a % or 2.

This deal may whet your appetite to brew but it will (probably) taste horrible (I've never tried it.) The most important thing with home brewing is time. If a kit says ready in 2 weeks, treble that and give it some more. I've found beer takes 3-6 months to 'ripen'. While that beer is ripening, get a few more brews on and you will have a constant supply. I'm brewing on Wednesday for July's consumption

Hope this deal inspires a few more to brew their own, it's not rocket science.
GlentoranMark23 h, 45 m ago

Most people I see on the various forums like to make strong brews. …Most people I see on the various forums like to make strong brews. Personally I like to make sessionable beers in the 3.5-4% range. You don't have to make a strong brew to enjoy it. Just water the beer/ cider down to a sensible level, there are calculators for this. I've ingredients for an all grain house stout and/ or a citra lager on Wednesday. I'll make either around 4% and no doubt I'll miss my numbers by a % or 2.This deal may whet your appetite to brew but it will (probably) taste horrible (I've never tried it.) The most important thing with home brewing is time. If a kit says ready in 2 weeks, treble that and give it some more. I've found beer takes 3-6 months to 'ripen'. While that beer is ripening, get a few more brews on and you will have a constant supply. I'm brewing on Wednesday for July's consumption Hope this deal inspires a few more to brew their own, it's not rocket science.


Nice one I've got another 25 liters ready to bottle
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