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Mr. Beer 3-Beer Mix Variety Pack

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  • Easy to brew, just add water
  • Premium beer at a fraction of the cost
  • Drink you own home brew in as little as 14 days
  • Booster enhances flavor and raises alcohol content
  • Intended for use by home brewers aged 21 and older

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The three beer mix Variety Pack contains everything needed to brew an additional three batches (3 cases) of premium beer. Includes Whispering Wheat Weizenbier, High Country Canadian Draft, and Octoberfest Vienna Lager flavor beer mixes, 3 Booster Packs for flavor enhancement and alcohol boost, and 3 One-Step cleanser.

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Home brewing with the Mr. Beer keg becomes an experiment in flavor with this variety pack. Three cans of beer mix--Vienna Lager, Canadian Draft, and Weizenbier--let the brewer sample different blends of premium beers. Each can produces twenty 12-ounce bottles of beer. Also included are three single-use booster packs that contain all-natural maltodextrins. True to its name, booster not only enhances beer flavor, body, and balance, but "boosts" the alcohol content of the beer. After seven days brewing in the keg, and seven days of natural carbonation in the bottle, the beer is ready to be chilled and enjoyed. --Ann Bieri


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 4.8 x 9.6 inches ; 5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 7.4 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B00005O68M
  • Item model number: 20026.00
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (90 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #111,035 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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73 of 76 people found the following review helpful By Elliott S. Mccrory on March 6, 2006
If you are looking for a way to make your own beer, but don't want to spend hours and hours doing it, and don't want to mess it up several times before getting it right, then Mr. Beer is for you. I fail to understand why my buddies are so keen on the old fashioned home brew kits (that include a 5 gallon "carboy", lots of hoses, lots of patience and lots of technical abilities), when this one makes really excellent beer for about 10% of the effort. And who really wants to make 44 botles of beer at once?? One kit make 12 20-oz bottles (or 20 12-oz bottles).

I have made dozens of batches of beer from the hundred or so recipes offered by Mr. Beer, and all of them are excellent. There is the occasional batch that I am just a little too careless with my sanitization steps, and these have a bad "off flavor," but this has happened only twice, and the off flavor seems to diminish with time. It is hard for me to drink other beers now (even excellent ones like Guiness and Sam Adams) because my beer is *so much better*!

Making one batch takes less than an hour of work: Disolve the sugar ("Booster") in 4 cups of tap water; boil it; add the mix, the hops and the other stuff you can add (e.g., some recipes call for fruit or honey or molasses or brown sugar); Stir; Add this to the 8-quart "keg" filled with more tap water; Stir; add the yeast and put it in the basement. That's all for step one, and that takes less than an hour. (The all-important sterlization steps are simple and take almost no time--they are scattered through this process.)

Let it sit in the (cool dark) basement for 1 to 3 weeks. Then you bottle it (and you can re-use plastic Coke bottles) with a touch of table sugar. The bottling takes most of an hour, but this is the fun part!
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43 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Michigan Man on September 23, 2008
I have never had a bad batch of Mr.Beer. The three pack of mix is a great value, its like getting one free. The only tip I have that I havent seen posted is when bottling, fill every bottle a little bit at a time. Fill each bottle a third until full. This process ensures that each bottle has about the same amount of settiment in the bottom. This in turn ensures a more consistent carbonation across the batch. More settiment=more yeast=more carbonation. You dont want half of your bottles to be rock hard and half to be soft after a few days.
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 29, 2004
I bought the variety pack and brewed my first batch of Nut Brown ale. It was fairly easy to make except it didnt come with mixing instructions so I had to find them on the internet (I have a different beer maker than a Mr. Beer). Would have been nice to include those.
This mix is far better than the other beer mixes that I have tried. It tends to mix easier than the powdered stuff. Overall the beer was tasty, but it needed time to clear up. The first few drinks of it early on were ok but as the beer sat and cleared up it got a lot better, so give it time (2 weeks atleast). Happy Brewing!
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Roger on February 26, 2009
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I'm on my second batch...and on the way to becoming a real brewmeister. ;-)

I'll just post some observations on the process as I've experienced it:

* turns out that for me at least...7 days is overly enthusiastic...I'm resigned to brewing for 3 weeks and finishing off in the bottles for 2 weeks...even with the simpler beers.

* DO NOT stir up the dead yeast in the bottom of the keg...this will result in poor tasting beer...even after it settles out.

* be very careful with keeping things sterile...I use a small filter mask during the critical stages

* I clean off the keg spigot with the cleaner provided so I can rest the bottle opening on it and try to prevent air getting into the beer at bottling time...I then hold the closed bottle horizontally and roll it till the sugar dissolves.

* I'd recommend the 2 liter soda bottles...free and less effort than the quart size. I use the green ones.

* I've seen some decent beer and some off tasting beer. These simpler beers with the booster are really a light beer...and they might have a sort of yeasty taste at times...and they are different. Will be trying the more advanced beers and the cider without the booster soon.

* The brewing process is not all HAPPY...HAPPY...there are details to watch and chances you take...and if you catch yourself always watching the keg bubble...you have issues...best to get it going and forget it till bottling time. It's a lot easier to just go buy some beer...but life isn't meant to be easy...is it? ;-) The process is something like gardening...you need to respect it...and enjoy it for what it is. Harvest time is just the bonus.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Matt Elmore on December 16, 2011
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I'm hesitant to give anything but a stellar review to a Mr. Beer product because I believe in their quality, but these standard refills (hopped malt extract + booster) are just OK. They will make beer. The process is easy and it will be as good as or better than most of the stuff in the cooler at your local convenience store. If you're just getting started and looking for a jumping off point, this is as good a place as any and the price is definitely right. But, especially with the recently added availability of Mr. Beer's deluxe refills on Amazon, there are better options. With deluxe refills you still get the can of HME but instead of a pack of booster you get another can of un-hopped malt extract and all malt means better beer. Yes, they cost more, but you get what you pay for. If you're happy with decent beer on the cheap, then these standard refills are for you. If you're looking for something of higher quality then give the deluxe or premium refills (HME X 2) a shot. The choice is yours.

As far as the refills in this variety pack, the Whispering Wheat is a nice thirst quenching Hefeweizen style, cloudy in appearance from the wheat and with good head retention. The Canadian Draft has more a crisp taste and a little more hops backbone than the wheat and it's also a good lawnmower type beer. The Vienna Lager is the darkest of the group with a reddish amber color. It has a nice malty flavor and I like it but if you're a fan of true Oktoberfest beers you may find it lacking.

Another thing to consider with these beers that use adjunct sugars like Mr. Beer's booster is that they need additional conditioning time to reach their peak.
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