The Taster Homebrew Beer Kit

By Box Brew Kits

$99.00 More on the way

Details

A beautiful—and easy-to-follow—induction into the art of beer making. This complete home brewing kit equips you with everything you need to brew and bottle your own—and the kit is Made in the USA. Each box is handcrafted from reclaimed wood and transforms into a full-fledged station with all the ingredients and utensils necessary to brew a gallon (about 10 bottles) of beer.

  • Made in the USA: Boston, MA
  • Materials: Rustic pine, plywood, glass, barley, hops, and yeast
  • Ingredient Kit includes grains, hops, yeast, muslin straining bag for grains, priming sugar, no-rinse sanitizer, accessory ingredients (such as vanilla beans or orange peels)
  • Gives you all the basics to brew one gallon of beer (about 10 bottles)
  • Hidden compartments give you access to all your equipment
  • Keeps brewing supplies compact and organized
  • Batches ready in 3 weeks
  • Please note: Each order includes one recipe kit. Additional recipe kits available separately
  • Dimensions: 18" x 12" x 12.5"
  • Weight: 11 lbs.
    Beer Kit includes:
  • Box Brew Kits wooden base, handcrafted from rustic pine or reclaimed wood
  • One gallon glass fermenter with crystal thermometer included
  • Set of four 5 oz. sampler glasses with removable coasters
  • Plastic racking cane
  • 3" stainless steel funnel
  • 3-piece plastic airlock
  • Drilled rubber stopper
  • Laboratory thermometer
  • 3' length of 5/16" tubing and tubing clamp, for siphoning and bottling your beer
  • Recipe book with over 25 recipes to choose from
  • Brewer's Log
  • Full set of instructions
  • Please note: A large stockpot will be needed for the brewing process—brewing pots are not included in kit
    Flavor Profiles:
  • Amber Ale: This classic amber ale combines standard brewers malt with darker, richer colors and textures of caramel and amber malt. A perfect beer for any season
    OG: 1.053; FG: 1.008; ABV: 5.9%; IBU: 28
  • Chocolate Oatmeal Stout: A hearty stout for the colder months, this well-balanced brew incorporates real imported Irish Stout Malt, as well as Roasted Barley and Chocolate Malts. Flaked Oats lend a silky mouthfeel and a creaminess to this brew
    OG: 1.054; FG: 1.016; ABV: 5.0%; IBU: 36
  • Rye IPA: Rye has a rich history of use in whiskey, gin, and—most importantly—beer. The use of Rye imparts a distinctly crisp and spicy finish, which pairs perfectly with the American IPA style. Standard 2-row malted barley is the base malt for this beer.
    OG: 1.053; FG: 1.008; ABV: 5.9%; IBU: 88
  • Belgian White: Citrus, spice and everything nice. This take on a traditional Belgian White uses white wheat and pilsner malts to create a light colored beer that stays fairly opaque after fermentation
    OG: 1.054; FG: 1.016; ABV: 5.0%; IBU: 28
  • Citra IPA: Citra hops are known for their bright, tropical citrus flavor, and are perfect for an IPA at any time of the year. Standard 2-row barley and darker, heavier CaraPils and CaraWheat malts provide an excellent base for this hoppy beer to really shine
    OG: 1.059; FG: 1.018; ABV: 5.4%; IBU: 110
  • Bourbon Vanilla Porter: What goes together better than smoky bourbon, fresh Madagascar vanilla beans, and a lip-smackingly good porter? All you'll need in addition to what's provided is 2 oz. of your favorite bourbon
    OG: 1.064; FG: 1.009; ABV: 7.6%; IBU: 37

To Go With The Taster Homebrew Beer Kit

Teach a man to brew and he’ll probably share.

About Box Brew Kits

Brew & Bottle

Brewing your own beer, wine, or kombucha can sound intimidating. But with complete home brewing kits, you’ll be equipped with all the ingredients and confidence you need.

The handmade wooden display box transforms into an organized brew station (where everything has a designated spot). And it’s designed to be used again and again as you perfect your art.

After seeing other brewing kit gifts collect dust, Makers Mike Langone and Bobby Gaglini wanted to beautify this hobby and make it accessible. With careful, easy-to-follow instructions, they even encourage people to experiment with new recipes.

Whether you’re making your own homemade, fizzy kombucha, a gallon of tasty beer, or a small batch of fresh wine, you’ll feel confident enough to start making spirits right away.