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Homebrew Starter Kit - Brew Share Enjoy® IPA Edition


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The Brew Share Enjoy® Homebrew Starter Kit was designed by our brewmasters to provide the best out of the box first-time beer brewing kit experience on the market. This all-in-one kit includes everything you need to start brewing today including our Chinook IPA recipe kit and 5 gallon stainless steel kettle.

Highly recommended by homebrewers. Best reviewed starter kit in online comparisons.

Makes 5 gallons of craft beer quality homebrew.


Regular Price: $159.99

Special Price $99.98

Availability: In stock

Brew. Share. Enjoy® Homebrew Starter Kit IPA Edition

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The perfect homebrew kit for the brew-curious craft beer enthusiast. The Brew Share Enjoy® Homebrew Starter Kit was designed by our brewmasters to provide the best out of the box first-time homebrew experience on the market. This all-in-one kit includes everything you need to start brewing today including our Chinook IPA recipe kit. The Brew Share Enjoy® Homebrew Starter Kit is perfect for beginners, complete with foolproof instructions.

Kit Includes:
  • Chinook IPA recipe kit
  • 6.5 gallon fermentor w/ lid & Bubbler airlock
  • Bottling Bucket w/Spigot assembly
  • Fermenter's Favorites® Bottle filler
  • 5 Gallon Stainless Brew Kettle
  • 21” Stainless Spoon
  • Siphon, 5 ft. Siphon Tubing & Siphon Tube Holder
  • Cleaner/Sanitizer - Fermenter's Favorites® Oxygen Wash
  • Bottle Brush
  • Royal® Crown Bottle Capper & Caps (60ct.)
  • 20% OFF  coupon code for use on a subsequent purchase

Begin your Homebrew adventure today, with the Brew Share Enjoy® Homebrew Starter Kit!

Chinook IPA: Exclusively available with the Brew Share Enjoy™ Homebrew Starter Kit! This American IPA beer kit has a relatively modest gravity and an immodest hop character derived entirely from a single hop variety. Chinook hops have long been used by US brewers for bittering additions, but their intense aroma and flavor have caught on only recently. This kit is a bit lower in gravity and lighter in body than our other IPA recipe kits, which enhances the perceived bitterness and reduces the aging requirements. It shows up in the glass with a reddish-gold color and a thick, resinous Chinook aroma that lingers after the glass is emptied.
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4.5 / 5.0
37 Reviews
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Easy to follow instructions, first time brewing and it was easy!
April 19, 2018
1 month ago
I have fermented for four weeks and dry hopped yesterday. The beer in the fermenter has an excellent taste for home brew. I can’t wait to rack this Chinook IPA!
April 17, 2018
1 month ago
Wish I bought a better kit
Every thing was in the kit the support from the Brew masters is
excellent really a good kit my fault for being cheap spend more if you got it going to bottle my first batch this weekend hope it turns out good
March 28, 2018
1 month ago
Great starter kit. Brewed first batch came out pretty good. The recipe that came with it was a little to hoppy for me. But I would definitely recommend.
March 18, 2018
2 months ago
Everything as advertised, 90% pleased with material. Only 90% because, and I understand this happens from time-to-time, I received a bad yeast packet.
Otherwise, will purchase again thru NB
March 15, 2018
2 months ago
A slight twist on the Chinook IPA
There are many great things about Northern Brewer in general. I love that there is an expert staff ready, willing, and able to answer questions I may have about brewing or products. In fact, I have the support number saved as a contact. I have utilized this service as much as possible. The chinook IPA kit is great. I made a couple simple modifications to it, but bottled some before dry hopping to see a little bit what it would be like without my biggest change. I added an extra 4 ounces of centennial hops to the dry hop to really hop it up (and I don’t regret that one bit). I also added an extra pound of dextrose to the boil near the end with the idea that a hoppier beer deserved just a little higher ABV. So having tried the un-dry hopped beer, it was pretty great. Very dry from the extra dextrose, but a very enjoyable beer. Last night I tried the first of the finished product and it is excellent. If you like New England style IPAs you will love the modifications I made.
March 8, 2018
2 months ago
Pretty good.
I just wish I would have picked smaller bottles for this batch, I used the 22oz bottles. The beer turned out to be pretty good. I wish it was a little bit hoppy but still a decent brew. Only reason for 4 stars is that I followed all three guides (online, paper and cd) and something is just not right. Not really sure what happen, still drinkable/enjoyable.
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March 6, 2018
3 months ago
Box of Awesomeness
My fathers reaction when he opened his box of awesomeness was priceless!! He cannot wait to start brewing!
March 4, 2018
5 months ago
Great Value and Great for Beginners
I received this as a gift from a family member and before receiving this hadn't considered home brewing. Since the kit came with a recipe kit a gave it a try and loved it. I am definitely hooped on homebrew now. Kit does not include equipment for doing double fermentation, but from what I have read online this can be skipped in many brews. I am concerned about the longevity of the bucket lid seal, but so far no issue. For the price this kit rocks.
February 26, 2018
Great kit except
The siphon tubing supplied was way too small. This may seem trivial but it should have been a detail not overlooked by Northern and can be frustrating when you are trying to transfer your beer in the evening after Home Depot has closed.
February 26, 2018
3 months ago
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Does this kit include bottles?
A shopper on Oct 15, 2017
BEST ANSWER: No, you need to buy separate. Or we just started saving the ones we had drunk :). It takes a minimum of 2 weeks to brew so ample time to drink beer and save the bottles. You need to wash and sterilize bottles which is easy in dishwasher and with stuff they give you in kit. It comes with bottle tops and device to put these on.
Can I brew a 1 gallon batch with this setup?
A shopper on Nov 22, 2017
BEST ANSWER: If you're asking about the 5 gallon kit you could, but I wouldn't. Too much weighing, math and everything is now open. They have Small Batch Starter Kits, use those.
Does the kettle come with a lid?
A shopper on Jan 25, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Yes, it does, but I rarely use it.
I will need another tool or measurer not included for my first brew?
Carlos M on Nov 24, 2017
BEST ANSWER: yes, I would get a thermometer about $7.99 and a hydrometer. A thermometer is used right before pitching the yeast. I wont add yeast unless the wort is below 82 degrees, so people do it about 87. Te triple scale hydrometer is used to determine potential ABV by measuring before fermentation then when you think fermentation is complete two reading two days apart. If the two readings are absolutely the same, then it is safe to bottle. To determine ABV subtract the second from the first reading, then check the reading and you shoud have the abv.
How long will this take from start to drunk?
A shopper on Nov 6, 2017
BEST ANSWER: It is going to take about 30 days to 45 days the most
So I was worried about getting too much sludge in the fermenter and only ended up with about 3.5 gallons before topping off with more water. I'm worried my beer will be watered down. For next time, is there a way to filter the wort when transferring to the fermenter? Coffee filters? Wire mesh?
Mike H on Dec 21, 2017
BEST ANSWER: With extract brewing your wort comes out concentrated, hence the topping off with water. I wouldn’t be too concerned with the sludge, just pour as much wort as you reasonably can out of your kettle, leaving as much sludge as you can and call it good. Any sludge that makes it into the fermenter will fall out of suspension as your fermentation takes place, leaving your beer clear and free of sediment, especially if you cold crash the beer before bottling. Another way you can ensure your wort isn’t watered down is, after you put it in the fermenter and dilute it, use a sanitized measuring cup or thief to pull out a sample and check the gravity with a Hydrometer. If the gravity matches the recipe’s original gravity, you’re good to go! Have fun!
Can the same equipment be used to make mead?
A shopper on Apr 17, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Mead and wine are much less equipment intensive, so technically yes. But you’ll probably want a couple other accessories for mead such as a bottle corker and different tablets for clarifying and killing wild yeasts
Fermentation has stopped after only 3 days. Is this a problem?
A shopper on Feb 26, 2018
BEST ANSWER: From a homebrew forum: I would say it could be done. Even with 5 gallon batches it's not uncommon for peak fermentation to be done within a few days. Even though there appears to be no action in the airlock you might still be having some activity. If you don't have a hydrometer I would let it sit another few days before bottling and you should be fine.

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