Make cleaning out your jugs a breeze with a long-handled brush. The extra-long bristles make it easy to scrub out the remaining sediment after making your beer.
To use: Fill used fermenter completely with hot water (add a spoonful of sanitizer prior to filling if you have it). Let soak for at least 10-30 minutes. Once the water in the fermenter is cool enough to touch, place the palm of your hand over the opening and shake the fermenter side to side. With liquid still in fermenter, push the bristle-end in, spinning as you go. You may need to pour some liquid out so that you don't spill. Scrub away! Pay close attention to the bottom of the fermenter and the area around its neck. That's where yeast sediment tends to settle and stick. Rinse with fresh water and let fermenter dry. You're now ready for your next batch!View full product details
$40.00This 8-quart stainless steel pot, which includes a lid, is the pot we’ve been using for years to make our beer. Just the right size, and easy to clean! View full product details
$22.00Your days of peeling labels off empty beer bottles are over! The Beer Bottle Set comes with 10 amber bottles perfect for bottling your next batch. The box also doubles as a dark place to store your bottles as they condition. (For use with the Bottle Capper & Caps). View full product details
Have you been wanting to make beer at home, but have been unsure where to start? Have you mastered the basic beers at home and have been searching high and low for fresh ideas and recipes?
Whether an experienced or novice brewer, a seasonal and local home cook, or simply a DIY aficionados, the Beer Making Book has something for everyone. Greenmarket-inspired and seasonally brewed, the Beer Making Book includes fun and imaginative recipes for everyday and special occasion brews: Everyday IPA and Lady Lavender for spring; Grapefruit Honey Ale and Lobster Saison for summer; Apple Crisp Ale and Pumpkin Dubbel for fall, and Chocolate Maple Porter and New Year Beer for winter. You’ll also find food pairing suggestions, recipes for cooking with beer, and tips for growing hops.
For anyone who gets a kick out of saying “I made this!” – you too can make a great craft beer right on your stovetop.View full product details