Monday, September 19, 2011


Originally submitted at UncommonGoods

After discovering a vintage fermenter in her father's basement, Erica Shea and Stephen Valand researched the art of home brewing and swiftly became self-taught pros. The pair quit their advertising jobs and left for a seven week beer-tasting tour of Europe to train their palates and test the possib...

Inexspensive,Great Gift&Tastes GREAT too

By Kamawe96 from Western Nebraska on 9/19/2011


5out of 5

Pros: Inexspensive, Great Taste, Fun, Easy, Great gift

Best Uses: Hobby, Gifts

Describe Yourself: Value Oriented

Was a good experience from shipping to drinking and in between! This is an easy and fun brewing kit that makes only 1 gallon (instead of a hefty 5 gallons) and it tastes great too! The Choc Maple Porter is what I gave my husband for our Anniversary and he can't wait to make another batch! I've waited to write a review until we tried it and it's a very stout, dark beer- GOOD! Very Pleased!

I have read comments about the fact you do need to have your own Maple Syrup, Strainer, and Stock Pot- but that is because those items are typically already in the home. I didn't think it was a problem.

Siphoning Beer into Bottles


Tags: Made with Product

Bottles Drying


Tags: Made with Product


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