Most Helpful Customer Reviews “This kit is fantastic.” ~ James Charters (Sydney, Australia) “Great Product, Wonderful Service! ~ Adele Olmetti (Chicago, Illinois) “Exactly as Promised.” ~ Tony Comstock Tons of people have reviewed Coopers Brew Kits on Amazon.com. We felt that it might be helpful for our readers to take some snippets and write a summary [...]
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Check out this video and the following ones, guiding you through the process of brewing your own delicious homemade beer using brew kits!
After everything has been thoroughly cleaned, you’ll need to start the mixing process. We put the can of concentrate in hot water to heat it, facilitating it’s release from the can and into the mixing vat.
Next comes the brewing stage. We’ll need to insure that the mixture is the right temperature and then add the yeast. After that, we put on the lid tightly and insert the airlock. We then wait about a week or so before bottling.
This video takes you through the bottling process, which you can start after the airlock has stopped bubbling. After the beer has been bottled, it needs to sit in a cool, dark place for about 2 weeks. It will improve with age.
Here’s a great video series, which shows the step-by-step method to brewing beer with brew kits. They use Coopers brew kits in the videos, but any kits could be substituted. Mr. Beer and other makers of course include all the necessary equipment, such as fermenter, airlock, etc. Step 1: Mixing The first step is cleaning [...]
Did you know that after the initial investment in brew kits and the like, home brewed beer can cost as little as $.28 per pint? Well, apparently, lots of other people do know this. And they’re making the investment. Home brewing is booming right now as a result of the current global recession. People see [...]
Here’s a great video of a review of a popular brew kit: Mr. Beer. The video comes off as being a bit commercial, but I do like how the brew master critiques the beer in the end. The producers of the video don’t edit out the slightly negative comment in among all the positive. They [...]
In his article, Matt Mosher covers the topic of brew kits and home brewing – specifically college students making their own home brew. He points out that all a student needs is “a little space and ambition” and a beginner brew kit to get a taste of the hoppy, er… hobby.