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Make beer,

just the way you

like it.

From crisp refreshing lagers to the hoppiest IPAs, get everything you need, delivered right to your door. Embrace your inner home brewer.

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Save up to half the price of commercial beer

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Know every single ingredient that goes in your beer

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No-hassle,

no-fuss

instructions

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Own the bragging rights

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Fast, reliable shipping 

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LET'S GET STARTED

How it works

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Order a starter kit

Our starter kits come with everything you need to get started. Choose your preferred beer style, choose whether you want to add a brew pot and bottles, and you're on your way to making great beer!

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Make your first batch

Brew the ingredients, ferment, bottle, enjoy

and repeat!

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Order refills

Use the equipment from your starter kit to brew another batch. Simply order a refill. For serious volume, you can order an extension kit and make up to 48 bottles at once!

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Support at every step

Whether you're just starting to brew

your own beer, or you've been at it for

a while - you will have questions.

That’s why we will be there every step of the way. We include easy-to-follow instructions in every single kit, guaranteeing a no-hassle,

no-fuss brewing process.

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Choose your starter kit

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Colonel's Blonde

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West Coast Trail IPA

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D'Arcy's Red

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Ingredient

Quality

Included in our kits are fresh, handpicked ingredients, ensuring success in every batch.

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Frequently asked

questions

Q: Is homebrewing difficult?

Making beer is about as easy as steeping tea. Our kits offer a no-fuss, no-hassle approach to homebrewing. Included are easy-to-follow instructions that are 100% foolproof. Your brew is sure to be a success.

Q: How long do I have to  wait to drink my beer?

Beer takes approximately six weeks to ferment and carbonate. After six weeks, your beer should be good and ready to pop in the fridge and enjoy.

Q: How much time does it take to make beer?

Beer takes approximately 2 hours to make on brew day and 1 hour on bottling day (10 days later).