Friday, November 12, 2010

Pre-Orders for 3 Gallon All Grain Equipment kits

Ben's Homebrew is announcing the brand new release of 3 Gallon All-Grain Equipment Kits. We are now accepting Pre-orders for the kits. They'll be available to ship out towards the end of 11/19. These kits are great and here are some reasons why:

* You can brew a variety of beer at very low cost
* You don't need to invest in a lot of bulky equipment
* This kit was made for apartment brewing, stores in a small area and easy clean up
* You have far more control over the flavor and texture of your beer
* It can be done on a stove top - no need for turkey fryers!

These are great kits for beginners or even for brewers who only brew extract and like to make the change to all grain! 3 Gallon Equipment Kits are great for gifts, too, and if your budget is tight then you can always pick up the 1 Gallon Equipment Kits to get your brewing going!


Jim Reed said...

If I was not already drowning in equipment I would be all over this. Brilliant option for beginners, looking to get a start in brewing.


Hello brewers, that this Christmas will bring much happiness to all and many beers ...
Happy Christmas ...........

Scott said...

i ordered a couple of these in august. any idea when they'll ship?

Radiohead78 said...

Hello! I've been looking into home brewing, and I'm very excited about getting started soon. I've decided that making 3-gallon batches would be the perfect amount for me, and so I would be very interested in hearing about the kit that you've put together.

I've tried visiting the website, and I even tried calling the store, and I'm wondering if maybe you recently had to go out of business. I hope that's not the case.

If you are still running the store, or even if you're not and still have some kits lying around, I was wondering if you could contact me so that I could possibly purchase one? Also, could you tell me what each kit includes?

Thanks for all the youTube videos you've put out there. I've found them to be very helpful.

Take care,


Al said...

I'm interested in getting my own set. Brewing shouldn't be as complicated as fall protection or rocket science.