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Best Home Brew Beer Kits

Are you looking for a fun and unique gift for a beer lover in your life? Or perhaps you already home brew beer, and are looking for some brewing supplies? Either way, brewing beer at home is a great hobby to have, and one that lets you share the fruits of your labors with friends and family.

Home brew beer sales are on the rise. Many people are discovering this "new" pastime, that's both challenging and fun. Home brewing has also gained in popularity because you can do it relatively inexpensively, and without any large up-front investment.

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5 stars
Mr Beer

MR BEERTopConsumerReviews.com Best-In-Class Blue Ribbon Award

If you want to brew beer at home, you'll appreciate the simplicity and professionalism of Mr Beer. They have a clean website, helpful information, and affordable home beer brewing supplies. Mr Beer should be your first choice when shopping for a home brew beer hobby. Read More... Visit
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4.5 stars
Midwest Supplies

MIDWEST SUPPLIES

Midwest Supplies is an A+ BBB rated Minnespolis based company that caters to all levels of home beer brewers. They offer a huge selection of supplies and equipment include many helpful, free videos with the products they sell to help you through the process of making the best most delicious beer possible. The website is well designed and they offer 8 different starter kits to choose from.
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4 stars
More Beer

MORE BEER

More Beer is geared more for the advanced to expert micro-brewist who is previously educated on home brewing and appreciates quality products. We appreciated the intensive Learning Center provided on the website.
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3.5 stars
DIY Beer

DIY BEER

DIY Beer provides an easy to follow product that will meet the needs of a novice micro-brewer. We would have liked to have seen a more accessible customer service team but appreciated the low cost shipping and the easy to navigate website. Read More... Visit
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3 stars
The Beer Machine

THE BEER MACHINE

The Beer Machine takes a lot of fun out of the home micro-brewery by oversimplifying the beer making process. Unfortunately the website is not also oversimplified. If you are looking for brewing supplies or a gift we recommend you shop a higher ranked company.
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However, it can be difficult to find a local home brew beer store. Once you do find one, chances are they'll have an expensive and limited selection of brewing supplies to choose from. Fortunately, there are a number of home brew beer stores online. These companies can offer a wide variety of quality brewing supplies at very affordable prices.

When shopping online for your home brew beer supplies, you should consider the following:

  • Cost. What is the cost for a basic home brew beer kit? What are the costs for brewing supplies for the active hobbiest? How do the prices compare between competitors?
  • Website. Is the company's website professional and informative? How easy is it to find the brewing supplies you're looking for?
  • Return Policy. Does the company let you return home brew beer products for a full refund?

TopConsumerReviews.com has reviewed and ranked the best Home Brew Supplies available today. We hope these reviews help you find the right beer brewing supplies for your home brew hobby!

Charlotte Motor Speedway, Cabarrus Brewing Company unveil Redneck Hill craft beer

CONCORD, N.C. (April 23, 2018) - Following last year's historic rollout of 600 Ale, Charlotte Motor Speedway's first craft beer, the speedway and Cabarrus Brewing Company turned things up a notch on Monday with the unveiling of Redneck Hill - a spectacular ...

Published:  Mon, 23 Apr 2018 15:38:00 GMT



Beer calendar: Hofbrauhaus tappings, Saucy Brew Works at The Wine Spot, more

Monday, April 23: 750ml Wines will hold "Battle of the Breweries" 6-8 p.m. Lager Heads of Medina, Great Lakes of Cleveland, Sibling Revelry of Westlake and Thirsty Dog of Akron will be featured. Cost is $49 ($39, club members). 750ml is at 2287 W.

Published:  Mon, 23 Apr 2018 07:19:00 GMT



Brewery making craft beer with white wine

Just 1,500 bottles of the limited edition brew are being produced in partnership with The Wild Beer Company. The first beer in the collection, Curioser & Curiouser Chapter 1, is a unique blend of Wild Fermented Chardonnay and Bacchus Sour Ale. Its taste ...

Published:  Mon, 23 Apr 2018 13:34:00 GMT



Coffee Beer: Brew By Numbers x Roundhill Roastery's Coffee Pale Ale

The tastiest tipple we tasted at the London Coffee Festival A coffee beer that doesn't taste like a coffee beer. Brew By Numbers, celebrating its fifth year in 2018, was founded by Dave Seymour and Tom Hutchings. From humble beginnings home-brewing in a ...

Published:  Mon, 23 Apr 2018 07:33:00 GMT



Norfolk brewer one of few in America making IPAs with the hottest yeast in beer

Kveik is the hottest yeast in beer - literally. These rare yeasts out of Norway are like nothing else in brewing, kicking out clean beer at temperatures as high as an almost unheard-of 100 degrees. That makes for beer and hop flavors you couldn't find ...

Published:  Mon, 23 Apr 2018 11:05:00 GMT



Beer Nut: Why so few nonalcoholic craft beers

The simplest way to put this is that before you can make beer nonalcoholic, you have to brew a beer with alcohol in it, which then need to be removed. Herein lies the problem. To remove the alcohol, brewers usually use a heating process, which, in turn ...

Published:  Mon, 23 Apr 2018 09:19:00 GMT



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