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Brewers Best Beer Home Brewing Equipment Kit

by Brewer's Best
3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)

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Product Features

  • Contains Everything a Beginning Brewer Needs (except pot, bottles and caps)
  • 6.5 Gallon Primary Fermenter, Bottling Bucket, Grommetted Lid and Airlock
  • Easy Clean Cleaner, Siphon and Bottling Set up
  • Hydrometer, Airlock, Bucket Clip, Bottle Brush, Twin Lever Capper
  • "Home Beermaking" Book

Product Description

This is the perfect starter kit for a beginning brewer. It contains everything you need to make fantastic beer other than a boiling pot, bottles and caps. This one time investment will allow you to make beer for years! Simply purchase Brewer's Best Ingredient Kits and you are a brewer!

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Does the job December 12, 2013
This kit, plus a large pot for the boil, is all you need to get started brewing using malt extracts and partial mashes. You don't need to be drilling any holes or anything.

Do your homework and figure out how to use it. I've used this kit for many batches of delicious beer with no problems.

I would, however, recommend trying to get a better deal at your local homebrew store, especially if you need some advice on how to get started and what ingredients to use.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good starter December 25, 2013
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Simple set up but there are no instructions since different extract kits have different processes. Good starter but I would recomend to a friend.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Great Kit April 28, 2014
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The end product of this kit was delicious beer. It had almost everything I needed to make my own home brew from scratch. This kit has enough ingredients to make about 50-60 beers. The only setback is that it does not have a clear instruction manual on how to actually make the beer. If this is your first time making it (as it was for me) I would recommend the book "Beer Craft: A Simple Guide to Making Great Beer" which will help guide you through the process. I also referred to some youtube videos (there a ton of helpful videos) to give some visuals for each step in the process.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Good starter kit, but lacks instructions February 8, 2014
The kit comes complete with everything you will need to start your first homebrew, except a stock cooking pot which you will need to purchase separately.
Unfortunately, the kit does not come with instructions as to what each part does and how to use it. I was able to obtain a short instructional DVD from my local home brew store which made it easy. It comes with Primary fermenting bucket, secondary fermenting carboy, and even a bottle capper.
Biggest gripe is lack of instructions, but those can be found online.
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6 of 13 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Brewers Best Kit September 3, 2013
By Karen
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I was really disappointed in the instructions with this kit. Same with the menu kit.

The instructions do not tell you what to do with the equipment. There are 2 6 gallon buckets and some parts.

You have to drill a hole in the side of one of the buckets to install the spigot. There are no marks and no directions.
I used a 1" paddle bit. Drill high enough that the bottom of the spigot does not hit the ground
when you set the bucket on the ground. Drill the hole about 2 1/2" from the bottom of the bucket.

The Hydrometer FLOATS at the level of the content. There is nothing in the directions to tell you what it does.
I had to spend way too much time figuring this out to really enjoy it. I almost threw it away a number of times.

Specialty Grain:
I used an Irish Stout brew. There is a bag of "Specialty Grains" with the kit. Now where does it tell you to add
the specialty grain with the regualr grain. This I learned from another companies' video.

I am not 100% sure of my findings above. I have finally finished cooking and I have the bag of grains left over.
I don't know what the gravity is. I would not recommend this kit to anyone unless there is someone with them to
walk through the processes.
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