Advanced Home Brewing Equipment Kit Advanced Home Brewing Equipment Kit Want to start off your homebrew career the right way by having top-notch equipment? Our Advanced Homebrew Kit comes with everything you need and then some to make your own o' so tasty brews. Brew pot? Check! Glass Carboy? Check! Copper immersion wort chiller to cool your wort quickly and efficiently without raising the risk of infection? Double check! If you're ready to take it to the next level of brewing this kit is ready for you.

See the product details below for a list of everything that's included.
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Advanced Home Brewing Equipment Kit

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Want to start off your homebrew career the right way by having top-notch equipment? Our Advanced Homebrew Kit comes with everything you need and then some to make your own o' so tasty brews. Brew pot? Check! Glass Carboy? Check! Copper immersion wort chiller to cool your wort quickly and efficiently without raising the risk of infection? Double check! If you're ready to take it to the next level of brewing this kit is ready for you.

See the product details below for a list of everything that's included.

Kit Includes:

5 Gallon Glass Carboy

Once you brew your beer you'll need a place to ferment it. Glass carboys and fermenting buckets are a homebrewer's go-to. Glass heavy so caution must be used, but it's difficult to scratch making it easy to sanitize...it also looks cool.

3 Piece Airlock and Carboy Stopper

These two pieces create an air-tight seal so contaminated air can't get in, but CO2 can get out. Watch for the airlock to pop and see your yeast at work.

6.5 Gallon Fermenting Bucket

At 6.5 gallon capacity, this bucket allows plenty of headspace for a vigorous fermentation.

6.5 Gallon Bottling Bucket with Bottling Spigot

After your beer ferments there's the task of bottling; which is made much easier with this bottling bucket.

5 Gallon Stainless Steel Brew Kettle

Need a brew kettle? We have you covered here. This pot is a simple no frills 5-gallon kettle with lid. Perfect for beginner brewers.

24" Stainless Steel Spoon

Used to stir through the brewing process. Stainless steel is key as it's easily sanitized.

25' Copper Immersion Wort Chiller

During the brewing process you'll need to lower the temperature of your wort quickly. The wort chiller makes that step much easier.

Fine Mesh Straining Bag 12" × 19"

Straining bags are used to hold grains during the brewing process making clarification much easier.

1/2" Auto-Siphon/Racking Cane with Tubing and Clamp

You'll need to move your beer from one container to another through the brew process. Just a couple of pumps of the auto-siphon will get your beer flowing. Clamp it to the side of your bucket and let it flow.

1/2" Bottle Filler

Bottle fillers allow beer to flow through them when their tip is pressed to the bottom of a bottle. Move the tip away from the bottom and beer will stop. Simple, and effective.

14" Glass Test Jar w/ Bumpers

Avoid contamination and get an accurate reading using your hydrometer in this handy test jar.

Floating and Adhesive Thermometer

Brewing good beer is an art and a science and much of that is temperature control. We got you covered with these accurate thermometers.

Hydrometer

This tool is key to determining how much sugar you have in your brew (which is food for yeast in fermentation). You'll want to make sure you have it right on the money.

Beer Bottle Brush

We recommend reusing beer bottles for bottling your homebrew, but they got to be clean and sanitary. Combine this brush with a recommended cleanser to get your bottles in pristine order.

Red Head Capper and 50 Gold Bottle Caps

Many beginning homebrewers are surprised at how simple capping can be. This capper is a standard for many brewers. Bottle caps for your first batch also included! Each 5 gallon batch will yield about 48 bottles of beer.

8 oz BREW CLEAN Cleanser

This is an excellent cleaner for stainless Cornelius/Firestone style kegs, beer lines and other stainless, glass or plastic or rubber homebrew equipment.

Carboy Brush

After you've bottled your first batch you'll need to clean out that carboy. It's not easy to do without the right brush, but don't you worry.

Homebrew Guide

A guide to walk you through your first batch.

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Get the Kit

... and start brewing your own beer

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