What is Home Brewing? How can I get started?
Homebrewing is used to describing making beer at home using brewing equipment and brewing ingredients (Grain, Hops, Yeast & Water) What most people don't realize is that making beer at home is significantly easier than they think. If you're thinking about making your own craft beer, consider buying a home brew equipment kit curated and designed by our Brewmasters for the best possible brewing experience out there. Use the following information to help you make your decision that's right for you.
The first decision you make when getting started in Homebrewing is choosing an equipment kit. Each of our equipment kits provide all of the components needed to brew a 5-gallon batch of beer. The only thing you'll need to add is two cases of pry-top bottles (48 12oz bottles) in order to package and carbonate your beer.
Read the descriptions of our different equipment kits to determine which kit is the right fit for you.
Brew. Share. Enjoy Brewing Starter Kit:
This is the essential starter kit with everything you need to dive into making your own beer. Included in the kit is all of the brewing and fermentation equipment required to make your first 5 gallon batch of beer, plus one of our top-selling recipe kits to get you started. The Brew Share Enjoy starter kit includes a boiling kettle, 6.5 gallon fermentor, bottling equipment, cleanser, necessary accessories and a recipe kit.
Deluxe Brewing Starter Kit :
The Deluxe Brewing Starter Kit has been upgraded to add everything you need to get a serious start brewing. It features easy-to-use equipment and thorough instructions to walk you through the brewing process. This kit includes some equipment to make life easier and help you grow as a brewer, such as an auto-siphon - for easier transferring of your beer - and two glass carboys, which enables you to perform 2-stage fermentation and have two batches of beer fermenting at once.
The two-stage fermentation is a much more effective fermentation schedule compared to a single-stage fermentation. Two-stage fermentation consists of primary fermentation (Days 1-14) and secondary fermentation (Days 14+). During primary fermentation, most of the alcohol is produced and the majority of solids settle out of solution. Once this is complete, the beer is transferred to a secondary fermentor (a 5 gallon glass carboy). During this step, the beer clarifies and its flavor profile matures. Beer can condition and clarify in the secondary fermentor for weeks or months depending on the style and strength of the beer. We recommend this kit for brewing all types of beers, especially high alcohol or lager beers, which require two-stage fermentation. Pair this kit with any of our recipes and you'll be well on your way to crafting a great beer.