This Superior Brewing Kit with PET Bottle Design is an exclusive offer from Learn To Brew and includes all the equipment you need to get started home brewing excellent beer. No other kit is like this one. The other kits offered as deluxe beer kits do not include as much equipment or the best products for your brewing needs. For example, The Superior Brewing Kit includes PET Bottle carboys for fermentation PET Bottles are non-porous and easy to clean and sanitize and are scratch resistant. The money you save from not having to replace a broken glass carboy more than makes up for the price of this kit. The kit includes: 6 Gallon PET Bottle for Primary Fermentation, 5 Gallon PET Bottle Carboy for Secondary Fermentation, Food Grade, Alcohol Filled Thermometer, Adhesive Fermentation Thermometer, 3 Disposable Hop Socks 1 Large Nylon Mesh Grain Bag, 7.8 Gallon Bottling Bucket, Drilled and Grometted Lid with Inner Seal, Bottling Spigot, 1 Drilled Rubber Stopper, Three-Piece Plastic Airlock, Auto-Siphon Pump, Racking Cane with Solids Reduction Tip, Siphon Hose Shut Off Clamp 5/16inch Food Grade Vinyl Tubing, 30inch Wire and Nylon Carboy Brush, Triple Scale Hydrometer with Instructions and Plastic Case, Durable, Double Lever Spring Loaded Bottle Capper with Magnet, Bottling Filler, 144 Bottle Caps, 15inch Wire and Nylon Bottle Brush, True Brew Handbook, Equipment Cleanser. You may hear that it is not advisable to brew in a plastic bucket. In general, if you do not take good care of your equipment, then no you should not home brew in a bucket. However, if you take good care of your food grade plastic bucket, do not throw brewing equipment in your bucket causing it to scratch the side walls, then you will be just fine brewing in plastic and will produce delicious high quality beers every time you brew. See Learn To Brew for the recommended care procedures for your bucket.
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