Our Brewer's Fundamentals Homebrew Kit has all the basics covered to brew and ferment your own creation. We created this kit with easy to use equipment, and simple instructions so your first brew will be a breeze from start to finish. This kit works with any of our award winning Extract Recipe Kits. The only other things you'll need to get started are a 5+ gallon stainless steel kettle, a large spoon, and your first ingredient kit. After that, you’ll be on your way to brewing delicious handcrafted beer in no time!
Speaking of brewing your own beer, we have recipe kits that are specially made to go with this equipment kit. You can choose to add one of these delicious recipes to your Brewer's Fundamentals Homebrew Kit so that you can get brewing right away!
- Pale Ale- You can never go wrong with a tried-and-true pub style Pale Ale. A medium body, smooth mouthfeel, and present hop flavor and aroma, this kit is perfect for a first brew
- Session IPA- This is the one beer that you want to have on hand when you want to have more than one beer! With a higher hop aroma and flavor than a Pale Ale, but less malt character and alcohol content than a standard IPA, a Session IPA is perfect to have on hand for those long brewdays
- Nut-Brown Ale- This beer is for those of you who love a strong, malty sweetness as the primary flavor dynamic in your brews. With only 1 small hop addition to add a small amount of bitterness to counterbalance the sweetness, this beer is for those of you who don't like a strong hop profile.
See the product details below for a list of everything that's included in this kit!
6.5 Gallon Primary Fermenter
After you brew your beer you're going to need an air-tight container to ferment it in. This bucket does the trick.
Drilled and Grommeted Lid
Air-tight is the name of the game, and this lid fits sungly on the top of your fermenting bucket creating a tight seal when used with the airlock (also provided).
3 piece airlock
This piece blocks air and contaminents from entering your fermenter while allowing CO2 to escape. Watch it pop as your beer ferments.
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.
3/8” 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.
3/8" 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.
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
Many beginning homebrewers are surprised at how simple capping can be. This capper is a standard for many brewers. Bottle caps are not included! Each 5 gallon batch will yield about 48 bottles of beer.
8 oz B-BRITE™ Cleanser
Bacteria will ruin beer which makes sanitation vital to successful brewing, fermenting and bottling. B-Brite will be your friend through the entire process eliminating bacteria and leaving your gear ready to roll.
Brewing good beer is an art and a science and much of that is temperature control. We got you covered with this accurate thermometer*
A guide to walk you through your first batch.
Get the Kit
... and start brewing your own beer
*Floating thermometer not included
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