Brew the perfect pint – you just need you own Beer Making Kit!
It’s a pretty dear prospect when you pop to your local for a pint these days. That’s if you still have a local to go to that is, more and more pubs are closing down thanks to the credit-crunch. There is a way to enjoy a quality pint of ale without paying extortionate prices though and the process begins with a Beer Making Kit.
Yep, you heard correctly, home brewing is booming in the UK at the moment and you could be one of the many people that are buying a Beer Making Kit this year. A cost-effective Beer Making Kit will produce 40 pints of beer that you can sup in the comfort of your home.
It’s such an enjoyable pastime to homebrew your own ale or make scrumpy with a Cider Making Kit. If you’re tired of paying extortionate prices down at the pub, why not give a Beer Making Kit a try?
Start at the beginning
The easiest way to make homebrew for the first time is to invest in a good quality Beer Making Kit that comes with everything you need to make great tasting ale. There is a downside to this though. You have limited choice in the beer that you make. For a greater degree of variety it’s worth buying a Beer Making Kit that comes with equipment only, then you can pick the type of beer that you want to make.
Some people prefer a lager making kit, whilst others decide to try something entirely different with a refreshing Cider Making Kit. One thing is for sure though. Once you’ve bought the basics with a Beer Making Kit you can experiment with different types of beer in the future.
Is it expensive to buy a Beer Making Kit?
Not really, especially when you look at the savings you’ll make per pint in the future. Remember. The biggest outlay to begin with will be the starter Beer Making Kit and once you have the basic equipment it becomes cheaper to make homebrew in the future.
The prices of a Beer Making Kit can vary depending on the brand of beer that you choose but let’s look at some figures by way of comparison.
Suppose you bought a Young’s Harvest Bitter Beer Making Kit for example, how much per pint would that work out to be? Well, at the moment you can buy this Beer Making Kit for £11.69 and that’s for 40 pints. Work out the cost per pint and it averages 29p, that’s amazing value for money!
With a bit of practice you could be making the perfect pint with your Beer Making Kit, or saving a massive amount on scrumpy with a Cider Making Kit instead.
Julia Roger - About Author:
Beer Making Kit sold by mayandbrett.co.uk. Buy a Cider Making Kit form us today and brew your own amazing and tasty cider for a fraction of the price– Visit us today for more information!
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