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Brewers Best Beer Home Brewing Equipment Kit
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- 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
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Check out one of the many excellent forums on the net to get the information on how to use the equipment, as the instructions are less than adequate. I'd count off for this, but considering the nature of homebrewing, I don't know that they could give adequate instructions without including a full-on (and likely expensive) book.
My reasons for not giving a 5 star are:
- For pities sake, a trial bottle of starsan would really be nice here. Cleaner does not equal sanitizer, for those of you new to this obsession
-The picture on the box is really sketchy. Had I not taken the time to fully research the contents and reviews before I bought I would have been pissed. Granted, everyone should take the time to do that, but the picture on the box is borderline deceptive, imho.
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
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. Read morePublished on February 8, 2014 by C. Parrott
Simple set up but there are no instructions since different extract kits have different processes. Good starter but I would recomend to a friend.Published on December 25, 2013 by Russell DeLapp