Discover the Fun and Rewards of Homebrewing Craft Beer

by teddletonmr

Home brewers enjoy the benefits of brewing craft beers. Using beer making Kits, traditional recipes, methods and the finest fresh ingredients used in homes and breweries

Hobby, passion, or necessity, generations of beer lovers have reaped the rewards of brewing their own beer. Today as in days passed the traditions continue, following ole traditional beer brewing recipes, creating a few new craft beers, bottling and kegging methods, homebrewed beers continue to grow in popularity. After all, folks just like you and me have discovered the thrills of making their own ail, lager and specialty beers is easy as baking a cake, with a prepackaged mix.
Join in on the chat. As we discuss buying the most popular, easy to use, beer making, kit available online at amazon. Get the best deals on things you will need and start making your own beer. Before you know it, you too will find it unbelievably easy to brew your own homebrews.

Home brewing Basics

Brewing small batches of beer at home in the kitchen is easy using malt extracts or all-grain brewing kits.

Brewing our first batch of beer, just like baking a cake for the first time, can be a bit nerve racking. Let’s face it no one wants to mess something up, use too much of this, not enough of that, or forget something entirely. So what exactly do we do, to ensure the cake is a success?

Go to the bakery and buy our special someone a birthday cake, I think not.

We either breakout the ole cook book, grandma’s secret cake recipe, or use a prepackaged cake mix, right.

Brewing our first, or hundredth, batch of homebrew is the same when using malt extracts and all-grain brewing kits

Easy to Use Malt Extract Beer Brewing Kit

Mr Beer Brewing Kits contain everything you will need to get started brewing your own homebrew.

The Mr Beer Brewing Kits are the number one sellers at Amazon for several good reasons. The Mr. Beer Premium Gold Edition Beer Kit includes everything you will need to get started brewing your own beer.

No need to spend hundreds of dollars, and a lot of time searching for, and researching everything needed to homebrew your own beer, this kit is like a good cake mix only better.

For starters, things included in the kit:

  1. 2-gallon fermenting keg with lid, made from lightweight, shatter resistant FDA compliant plastic that will not affect the taste of your beer.
  2. Tap assembly makes bottling easy
  3. Two standard refill brew packs offer two popular very distinctive beer flavors; brew 2 batches that make 4 gallons of beer.
  4. eight reusable plastic 1-liter bottles
  5. Includes eight reusable plastic caps
  6. Eight labels give your bottled beer a personal touch
  7. Brewing with Mr. Beer brewer's guide
  8. 4-step brewing instructions make Homebrewing craft beers as easy as baking a cake.

Things to remember, the fermenting keg has a wide mouth to make cleaning easy. However, make sure to hand wash only. Do not, use scouring pads or abrasives when you clean the keg’s interior. The Keg measures a compact 9.5-inch by 13 9-inches.

All-grain Beer Brewing Kit

Brooklyn Brew Beer Making Kit, Everyday IPA is less about a mix, more about all-grain beer brewing

No malt extracts here, it’s more about the benefits of using the same fresh whole ingredients, and time honored traditional brewing methods home brewers and breweries have used for countless generations. You see, by using only the freshest ingredients such as, cracked barley, hops, spices, and brewer’s yeast used by the best home brewers, and breweries in the world have used for the past 6000 plus years. We home brewers just like you and me, too can make our own. Great tasting, high quality craft beers made right in our own kitchens. No matter the size, small or large, all that is required is a stovetop, an averaged sized stockpot, and the Brooklyn beer making kit, fresh ingredients and know how.

Things included in the Brooklyn Beer Making Kit

  1. Beer making mix of fresh grain, hops, and yeast.
  2. 1 gallon glass fermenter
  3. chambered airlock
  4. glass thermometer
  5. racking cane
  6. tubing
  7. tubing clamp
  8. screw cap stopper
  9. packet of sanitizer

Makes 1 gallon of beer (9-10 12 ounce bottles)

Second batch only requires new ingredients and packet of sanitizer; Kit is reusable


Additional items you will need: strainer to separate grains from wort, funnel for pouring wort into one gallon glass fermenter, 6qt stainless stockpot, and new or recycled beer bottles.

Founders and driving force behind the creation of the hugely popular Brooklyn beer making kits, established in 2009, Ericka and Steven ship their seasonal beer making kits all over the world


Meet the Founders of the Brooklyn Beer Making Kits

Founders and driving force behind the creation of the hugely popular Brooklyn beer making kits, established in 2009, Ericka and Steven ship their seasonal beer making kits all over the world
Updated: 12/02/2012, teddletonmr
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DerdriuMarriner on 01/18/2023

The All-grain Beer Brewing kit has listed among its components a packet of sanitizer.

But there's nothing listed for the Easy to Use Malt Extract Beer Brewing Kit. Its last paragraph mentions hand-washing without abrasives or scouring pads.

Would cleaning require cool, lukewarm, warm water and some kind of mild dishwashing detergent?

teddletonmr on 03/20/2013

Hey Katie, I believe you are on to something here. Beer making kits do make great gift ideas. Birthday, mother, and fathers days, Christmas, new years and any other special occasions that give us reason to buy that special person a thoughtful gift.
Cheers :D

katiem2 on 03/20/2013

Ah Ha, I found this again. I remembered this and thought, What a perfect fathers day gift???? I think it's a winner. :)K

teddletonmr on 02/11/2013

@Pinkchic18, I believe you and your husban will enjoy brewing your own craft beer. What could be better, a good bottle of home made wine with dinner, and a frosty bottle of home brewed beer while watching the game...
Cheers, Mike :)

teddletonmr on 02/11/2013

@PaulGoodman67 good to here from you, until writing this article. I didn't realize how many of my friends brewed their own beers, and made their own wine.
Cheers, Mike

PaulGoodman67 on 02/11/2013

Great article! I used to brew my own beer about twenty years ago. It was always fun and you get to reap the rewards! :)

Pinkchic18 on 01/10/2013

Very cool article! My husband has been wanting to do this for a little over a year. Last year we invested in wine making supplies, maybe this year we will do beer for his sake ;) Great writing!

teddletonmr on 12/01/2012

@Mira Making homebrewed beer is one of those ideas I came up with many months ago and had put on the back burner until recently. Glad you like it, I enjoyed reading your articles on warm and chilled smoothies. Cheers :)

@ pinkpackrat, What better way to motivate a beer drinker to make their own beers, in turn quench their thirst, save money, and entertain their friends? Making homebrew craft beers is a lot of fun, and inspired many folks creative side. Cheers :)

@Dustytoes, folks I know, brew their homebrewed craft beers with pride, just like a gardener tends his or her crops, or a cook modifies recipes for the seasons. Cheers :)

dustytoes on 12/01/2012

Two of my sons brew their own beer and say it's the best around. This is a very well done page.

Mira on 12/01/2012

This is a great, fun gift to give to people this Christmas. :)) I wish I had thought of it :-) Great article!

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