You know what’s more fun than cracking open an ice-cold craft beer and enjoying it with friends? Cracking open an ice-cold craft beer that YOU MADE and enjoying it with friends.
Our Brewmasters created the Brew Your Own Beer Kit to be the best first experience making craft beer at home. No need for years of brewing school or huge investments in complicated machinery – the Brew Your Own Beer Kit has the equipment, ingredients, and coaching you need to brew 9-10 delicious craft beer in any kitchen. We’ve removed the mess and hassle, but left you all the glory that comes with handing friends a beer with your name on it. Whether you’re interested in diving deeper into beer or gift-hunting for the beer lover in your life, the Brew Your Own Beer Kit will get a taste of the hobby that spawned the craft beer industry we all love.
Your Brew Your Own Beer Kit includes:
- Glass jug fermenter, screw top & airlock
- Auto-siphon, bottle filler & tubing
- Bottle capper and pry-off caps
- BYOB recipe kit ingredients: dry malt extract, steeping grains, premium hops, and brewer's yeast
- No-Rinse cleanser
- Customizable bottle labels
- Getting Started Guide and complete instructions
- Large stockpot (2 gallons or larger)
- 10 standard 12-oz pry-off beer bottles
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Pick Your Pint!
Your Brew Your Own Beer Kit comes with your choice of recipe kits. Choose one of these Brewmaster-developed craft beer recipes for all the ingredients and instruction you’ll need to get started making great craft beer:
Dead Ringer IPA: Dead Ringer® is a larger-than-life American IPA with a hop aroma thick enough to thrill the biggest hop-head. American base malt and crystal malt create the big body and grainy sweetness, while charge after charge of 100% Centennial hops deliver citrusy bitter flavor and aroma. Pale amber in color, intensely hopped, and defined by a perfectly malty mouth-feel, this IPA recipe kit delivers a beer bold enough to wake the dead. (ABV: 6.8%).
Ruby Twist IPA: This bold new twist on a classic IPA doesn't have just a polite little splash of citrus flavors and aromas, it's got the whole farm-fresh fruit stand. Get ready to savor notes of grapefruit, melon, berries, lime, and passionfruit in every sip, as they dance a wild tango with the herbal, piney, undeniable presence of Citra, Nugget, and Mosaic hops. Pucker up. This is an IPA you're sure to love. (ABV: 5.7%).
Cascade Pass Pale Ale: More than any other style, this West Coast American Pale Ale is responsible for bringing craft beer onto the national scene. Sure, it might seem tame to today’s palate, but back when Northern Brewer was four dudes and a 20-foot storefront, this style was considered “extreme.” Now it's as classically American as baseball and apple pie. Decidedly clean, perfectly hoppy, and drinkably bitter, this isn't an ale that feels the need to jump up and down and scream for your attention. Whatever the pairing, anytime is a good time for this craft mainstay. (ABV: 5.5%)
Bierhaus Bavarian Blonde Ale: The biggest beer festival in the world was built on the back of easy-drinking beers like this Bavarian Blonde Ale -- a staple first in the biergartens and music halls of Munich, then around the globe. Golden and light in color, though not a lightweight. Pure, but far from simple. This crisp, clean blonde ale calls for good times, high spirits and a table crowded with friends. Prost! (ABV: 4.5%)
Ploughman’s Pint Irish Stout: Wherever Irish voices are raised in song, there's only one beer worthy of raising along with them -- a classic Irish Stout. And Ploughman's Pint is the perfect embodiment of this dark, dry and drinkable style. Roasted barley lends a deep, rich hue, alongside pronounced notes of dark-roast coffee and hop bitterness to enhance the dryness. This is one of the most popular styles among homebrewers; after a few pints, you'll understand what all the singing is about. (ABV: 4.4%)
Log Splitter Brown Ale: Spend any amount of time in the great outdoors and it's clear that nature cannot be tamed. This surprising Brown Ale is just the same. Classically dense layers of malt, caramel, baking chocolate, and a hint of campfire coffee give way to reveal an unexpected hop character seldom found in a typical English brown ale. The finish is complex but balanced, with a gravity low enough to make it the perfect beer to pair with almost any meal...especially those enjoyed under the stars. (ABV: 5.3%)