Beer. Simply Beer. Starter Kit

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Beer. Simply Beer. Starter Kit

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SKU 41510



Product Details

Everything You Need, Nothing You Don’t! There’s no better time to start than now. The Beer. Simply Beer. Starter kit has all the equipment you need to make great homebrewed beer. Easy to use equipment and simplified brewing process and instructions makes the Beer. Simply Beer. Starter kit ideal for any newcomer to home brewing. So, why not start today?
One of the simplest joys in life is opening a bottle of beer and saying, “I made this.” And we feel that making beer should be simple too. So we put together all the essential equipment and tools you need to hand craft superb beer that you can call your own. Kit Includes
  • 6.5 Gallon Fermenting Bucket, Grommeted Lid, Airlock
  • 6.5 Gallon Bottling Bucket, Bottling Spigot, Bottle Filler, Bottling Tubing
  • Siphon, Siphon Tubing
  • Beer Bottle Brush, Bottle Capper, and 60 Red Bottle Caps
  • Instructions, No Rinse Oxygen Cleanser
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Additional Information

SKU 41510

Customer Reviews

Based on 60 reviews
One small problem

I put the lid on the bucket..It would not come off, I had to break it off!

Great Choice!!

I bought this kit as a starter, having never brewed before. It definitely has all of the basics and got me on my way. I ready some comments about the lid not sealing. I wrapped the outer part of the lid with shrink wrap. Worked perfectly. I'm highly impressed how my first batch ever turned out. I'll probably order the beer ingredient kit again.


Great value and has everything needed to get you started


Great product, arrived in a couple of days.

Lid does not work.

I had pretty high hopes for this brewing kit. All of the parts were in there. The instructions were not very intuitive but no worries, I kind of strayed from the instructions anyways. My biggest regret with purchasing this kit is that the lid seal is substandard at best. It does not seal properly. Air leaked out, and subsequently in, and oxidized my beer. What was a pretty pale wort turned into an amber because of oxidization. Good grain bucket I suppose...