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Oct 19, 2015
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The Kit includes:
  • 6.5 Gallon Bucket and Lid - This will be your primary fermenter, where your beer will sit for a few weeks after your brew day while you wait for the yeast to convert the sugar in your wort to alcohol.
  • Three-piece Airlock and #2 Drilled Rubber Stopper - You'll stick these together, and into the top of your bucket lid, to ensure CO2 can get out, but no outside air can get into your fermenter.
  • Adhesive Fermometer - Put this mini-thermometer sticker onto your fermenter to know the temperature at which you are fermenting.
  • 6.5 Gallon Bottling Bucket with Spigot - This is the bucket with a hole in the bottom, which you will use to fill your bottles with finished beer. Spigot assembly included.
  • 3' of 3/8" clear tubing - Used to connect your bottle filler to the bottling spigot.
  • Bottle Filler - A polycarbonate tube with a self-closing valve that will make filling your bottles easy.
  • Red Baron Bottle Capper - A simple tool for adding caps to bottles.
  • One Step Cleaner - Combination cleaner and no-rinse sanitizer. Crucial for making sure the only microbes fermenting your beer are the ones you intended.
  • Triple-Scale Hydrometer - A tool used to measure the density of your beer. The difference in density before and after fermentation tells you the alcohol content.
  • Auto Siphon and 5' of 5/16" clear tubing - Used to effortlessly transfer your wort from kettle to bucket, or from fermenter to bottling bucket.
  • Beer Bottle Brush - Use to clean beer bottles. DO NOT use this brush to clean your plastic buckets since may leave scratches that can harbor bacteria and potentially make your beer taste bad. Instead, soak your plastic containers in One-Step Cleaner.
  • Thermometer - Accurately measure the temperature of your wort on your brew day.
  • Stainless Steel Spoon - Good for stirring your beer during the boiling stage!
  • Brewing Handbook - A quick reference guide to brewing.