Quickdraw Home Brew Kit
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Pros: Extremely simple, affordable, allows for experimentation, quick to set up, easy to use, easy to give to friends, fast fermentation time, simple recipes, all one piece.
Cons: Small batches, only one option for included yeast capsule, lacks flexibility that more complex kits allow
Recommended? YesFirst, I want to make it clear that I am the owner of QuickDraw. This may sound like a pitch (it's not), but so do all good reviews. If it's considered inappropriate to review my own product, please let me know and I'll remove the post.
I designed this homebrew kit for the absolute beginner, and for more experienced brewers who want to get their friends into the art more easily. For the price, you get 6 stand-up pouches with included yeast supplies, resealable tops, viewing windows, and a built in air lock. My favorite thing about the package is that you can just give them away to your friends without thinking about it. Yeah, they're not going to start with a Russian imperial stout, but at least all of my friends get pretty excited when they turn grape juice into wine.
I'd say about half of them have gone out and bought full-sized kits as a result.
It's dead simple- you pour juice in, seal it, and wait for 3 days. It's not the best brew you've ever tasted (mostly because it's just normal juice), but you should see the look on people's faces when they realize it's not as hard as it looks.
They're designed well, take up almost no space, and they do two things great - make alcohol from juice, and get people excited about homebrewing.