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The all-in-one, all grain home brewing system.

Keep your wort safe and yeast happy in a plastic, glass or stainless steel fermenting vessel.

New to homebrewing, or know someone who is? Starter kits are the best way to get going.

Brew classic styles, or make clones of legendary beers using all-grain or extract recipe kits.

Serve your brews on tap at home with our Draft Brewer homebrew keg systems.

All the raw ingredients to design your own recipes. Malts, hops or yeast. Just add water!.

Ingredients
Ingredients_Malt
Malted barley, the foundations of the brew. We stock Belgium biscuity pales to roasted nutty English malts and everything in between.
Ingredients_Hops
Hops add all important flavour, aroma and bitterness to your beer. Without them, we’d still be in the dark ages of beer!
Ingredients_Yeast
Converting tasty sugars into carbon dioxide and alcohol while being able to add their own distinct and magical flavours, yeast really is the magic ingredient!
From The Journal

That time is upon us again--it's Oktoberfest! A festival that started in 1810--initially as a celebration for Crown Prince Ludwig's wedding but had morphed over the years to include horse-racing and an autumn festival--has ultimately found its identity as a place to drink liters upon liters of deliciously drinkable Oktoberfest beer while being enchanted by smells of grilled meat, pretzels, and roughly six million people all trying to use the same toilets. Although in-person festivals won’t be happening in 2020 due to the global pandemic crisis, we can still all toast ein prosit! with each other from a distance.

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How to Have Oktoberfest At Home

Unfortunately, Munich's famed Oktoberfest, and Oktoberfest celebrations all over the world aren’t happening this year due to the coronavirus pandemic. And while it's impossible to duplicate the atmosphere (do you really want to pour beer all over your floor?) here are some ways to have your own Oktoberfest at home. And then go sleep in your own bed.

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PerfectDraft - The true cost of a pint
Did you know the price of a pint on PerfectDraft starts from just £2.34? Let me show you how.
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