Brewers Best Beer Making Starter Kit

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Brewers Best Beer Making Starter Kit

Contains everything a beginning brewer needs to make beer except boiling pot, bottles and caps.

Contains:

• Primary Fermenter
• Bottling Bucket
• Capper
• Bottle Filler
• Plastic Paddle*
• Bottling Spigot

• Easy Clean
• Econo-Lock
• Thermometers
• Hydrometer
• Siphon Hose
• Bottle Brush
• Lid
• Auto-Siphon


• Test Jar
• IO Star
• Plastic Spoon
• Cider Crown Caps
• Carbonation Drops
• Book

 

 

Contains:

  • 6.5 Gallon Primary Fermenter

    A 6.5 gallon bucket without a hole used for primary fermentation. Transfer your cooled wort into the primary fermenter. Clean and sanitize before use.

  • Lid With Grommet

    This lid is interchangeable between your primary fermenter and bottling bucket. When fermenting, the econo-lock should be tightly seated into the black grommet by twisting the stem into the hole of the grommet. The lid should be tightly affixed around the entire rim of the bucket.

    Tip: Wetting the grommet will allow the econo-lock stem to easily twist into the grommet.

  • Econo-Lock

    A clear, plastic, 3-piece airlock that allows CO2 to escape from your primary and secondary fermenter. Keep the airlock filled halfway with water during use.

  • 6.5 Gallon Bottling Bucket

    A 6.5 gallon bucket with a 1" hole near the bottom of the bucket. The hole accommodates the bottling spigot. This bucket will only be used on bottling day. Affix the lid to keep contaminants from falling into your beer during bottling.

  • Bottling Spigot

    A plastic spigot that fits into the 1" bottling bucket hole. When installing, make sure you have a gasket on the interior and exterior of the bucket. Disassemble and clean thoroughly after each use.

    Tip: Make sure the spigot assembly is tightened and the valve is closed before filling the bucket with beer.

  • Combination Bottle Filler

    A clear plastic 5/16" tube with a black pressure valve on the end. Connect one end of the siphon hose to the bottle filler and the other to the bottling spigot. After filling your bottling bucket, open the spigot and press on the tip of the bottle filler. Your beer will begin to flow. To stop the flow, pull up on the bottle filler to engage the pressure valve shut off.

  • Fermtech® Auto-Siphon

    A gravity transfer tool used to siphon your cooled wort into your primary fermenter or your beer into your secondary fermenter or bottling bucket. Manufacturer's instructions are included with the Fermtech® Auto-Siphon package.

  • Gloria Capper

    A twin handled capper used on bottling day. Place the cap into the magnetic cup on the capper. With the filled bottle on a solid, sturdy surface, lower the magnetic cup on top of the bottle and evenly push downward on the handles to crimp the cap in place.

  • Beer Bottle Brush

    A 12" brush used to scrub the inside of your bottles.

  • Easy Clean 4 oz.

    This oxygen-based cleaner is safe to use on all equipment. Mix 1 tablespoon in 1 gallon of warm water. Packaging may vary.

  • Brewer's Best® Brewing Guide

    A complete guide to craft homebrewing.

  • Triple Scale Hydrometer

    A glass laboratory instrument with a color-coded scale to measure specific gravity, i.e., fermentation. Hydrometer readings are critical to getting your beer started properly and monitoring the fermentation until the desired final gravity has been achieved. Hydrometer readings are temperature dependent meaning you MUST know the temperature of the wort or beer which you are measuring in order to record an accurate reading. Detailed manufacturer's instructions are included with the Triple Scale Hydrometer.

    Tip: Calibrate your hydrometer in 60° distilled water. If it does not read 1.000 then record the +/- points it reads. When you take readings in the future, adjust
    the number of points to calibrate the hydrometer back to 1.000.

  • Dual Scale Liquid Crystal Thermometer

    A thin, black strip with adhesive backing. Affix the thermometer onto the outside of your primary fermenter to monitor fermentation temperatures.