Best Beer Making Kits – The Monster Brew

January 12, 2016 - Comment

The Monster Brew is one of the best beer making kits for home because it has everything that you need to get started right away. Isn’t it about time that you started making your own brew? Everybody needs a hobby, and beer, why not? Our New Brewers Complete Homebrew Kit includes everything you’ll need to

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The Monster Brew is one of the best beer making kits for home because it has everything that you need to get started right away. Isn’t it about time that you started making your own brew? Everybody needs a hobby, and beer, why not?

Our New Brewers Complete Homebrew Kit includes everything you’ll need to create the perfect homebrew right from the start! It’s easy to follow instructions and quality components assure a great experience every time. Perfect for the first time homebrewer and a great gift! Each Equipment Kit Includes: True Brew Handbook, 6.5 Gallon Primary Fermenting Bucket, 1 Lid Drilled & Grommet, 6.5 Gallon Bottling Bucket w/ Spigot, Fermtech Springless Bottle Filler, Fermometer Fermentation Thermometer, True Brew Rack & Fill, Bottle Brush, 3 Piece Airlock, C-Brite Sanitizer 8-Pack, Monster Brew Ingredient Kit, Easy To Read Instructions, 48 12oz Amber bottles.

Sounds like a great gift for anybody that loves beer. Fathers day gift giving is solved with this kit. Trust me, it’s a way better gift than a tie. Especially if you get thirsty.

Product Features

  • Our Equipment Kits are assembled using the finest quality materials available.
  • Monster Brew Ingredient Kits are assembled using the finest ingredients available.
  • Each kit contains: malts, hops, yeast and even bottle caps.
  • Each ingredient kit makes 5 gallons of top quality homebrew.
  • With our easy to read instructions your assured a great brew every time.

Comments

David H Holtz says:

Very good starter kit Ordered and received kit in Jan 2011. Started brewing March 3 2011, drank first bottle around April 4. Bavarian Hefweizen, very good taste, about 5-6 percent alcohol or 10-12 proof. Must follow directions and keep everything clean. Quality kit contained everyting to make your first brew, but I’ve added a few things like hops bags and thermometer and extra bottle caps. I do not recommend buying inexpensive kits. I also recommend buying “Joy of Home Brewing” to go along with the kit. The kit directions are basic, the book has helpful tips. The price I paid was better than what I would pay locally, in this area, by about $40. I prefered new bottles, as I didn’t want to mess with finding and cleaning bottles with non twist off caps. Extra 12 oz. bottles run about $12 for 24 bottles. First batch figures out to about $3 per bottle, which includes the cost of the kit. After that it’s about 50 cents a bottle. As a side note, I started my second batch May 19. Enjoy! 🙂

Michael A. Duvernois says:

An excellent beginner’s kit In general, I’d recommend that you would go to a local brewing store and work out exactly what you need and want to get started brewing your own beer. You’d likely end up with a setup that is pretty similar to this one. That leaves price and flexibility as the main issues. Glancing at a brewing catalog, it looks like this setup isn’t a bad deal pricewise. And of course if you don’t have a local brewing store, then buying this one is that much easier. Do compare the items included in any of these kits, there are a lot of them listed on amazon, some for as little as half of the price of this one. And remember that you can save a lot of shipping cost by buying kits without bottles. Use your own collected bottles.

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