We have a ton of beer kits, that we are never going to brew or get threw. We love to brew but haven't had the time and thought someone else would enjoy making their own beer! Each kit is $20.00 each and that's a great deal! Each kit also makes 5 gallons of beer at a time. The following is what we have for sale with a description of each one. Buy one or all, just come get the kits and brew your own beer! You must be 21 to buy this as when it sits, it will become alcohol and do not want to sell to minors. The following kits were purchased in store in Ozark, Missouri. The store is called The Home Brewery. You can see each item and original price at http://www.homebrewery.com
. Most are selling for much less than we paid but would like someone else to enjoy them as much as we have in the past making these! We are wiling to take paypal for payment. We will ship them to you. I just need these items sold.
Black Lager - Otherwise known as Schwarzbier or "black beer". We use a small amount of chocolate malt to compliment the dark dry malt extract, then hop it lightly with traditional flavor and aroma hops. This beer has a very dark color and rick flavor with a surprisingly light feel due to the use of lager yeast.
American Bock - A lighter twist on the Bock style, Lighter in body than a traditional Bock, but not a light beer by far! We combine Dark Crystal, Victory, and a touch of Black Patent Malt with Amber malt extract to give a full flavor and rich color. Select hops lend an authentic German flavor without overpowering the wonderful malt character.
California Common - The unique beer style uses lager yeast fermenting at ale-type temperatures. Our version uses the lightest malt extract and crystal malt to produce a lighter amber color with a white, creamy head. California Common is known for its great hoppy character giving it that extra little punch.
European Lager - Light bodied and light in color, but with more flavor and color than the American Lager. This Pilsner style beer is very refreshing and popular around the world. Using light dry malt extract and featuring classic pilsner hops, this is a well balanced lager with a slightly malty aftertaste. Full of carbonation with a rich, creamy head, best served cold.
British Pale Ale - Among beer lovers and homebrewers alike, Pale Ale is the world's most popular beer style. This is a traditional Pale Ale with just the right amount of English hops to make this fine ale shine.
Hefeweizen - Hefeweizen is perfectly quenching and drinkable for your summertime thirst. This Golden beer is traditionally cloudy with yeast still in suspension. The yeast imparts a fruity flavor that blends well with the spicy character of the malted and unmalted wheat. Sorachi Ace hops bring in a unique, crisp lemon zest and lemongrass flavor that goes down clean and easy.
Honey Cream Ale - Light and crisp with just a hint of toasted barley for flavor and a refreshing hop bitterness. A full pound of fragrant wildflower honey really puts this fine ale recipe over the top.
Irish Stout - This Dry Stout is black in color with a brown head, and is very full-bodied. It has a rich maltiness paired with a sharp bite from the roasted grains, and impressive hop profile.
Scots Brown Ale - This is one of the deliciously malty brews of Scotland with much more color, flavor, and body than a Pale Ale. Easy to make and quick to enjoy!
London Porter - Porters are a black ale with loads of roasted flavor but without the sharp bite found in Stouts. This recipe has been a Home Brewery favorite for years. Black, rich and malty with a great hop profile of Cluster, Cascade, and Tettnanger.
Barvarian Bock - This is a traditional German Helles Bock, amber in color, strong in alcohol with a very malty character.
Belgian Wit - A fresh, crisp wheat beer with a unique Belgian twist. Additions of Coriander and Bitter Orange Peel add a subtle fruity flavor with just a hint of floral aroma. This one is great at all stages of the aging process.
Weizenbock - Weizenbock is back by popular demand! This was our Holiday Ale for 1999 and people couldn't get enough of it. A rich, dark wheat bock accented with toasted barley and chocolate malt. Ahtanum and Tettnanger hops add just the right amount of bite and aroma.