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How Coopers Home Brew Kits Make Brewing Your Own Beer Easy and Fun

November 02, 2011 | Comments: 0 | Views: 77

Brewing your own beer can be fun and rewarding. There are always new combinations of ingredients to try and new ways to show off and share your home brewed beer. Even the brewing processes can vary. How then, can you really know where to start? I'd suggest starting with a kit like Coopers home brew kits. Beer making kits simplify the process by breaking it down with step by step instructions and they usually come with everything you need to mix, brew, and bottle a batch of your very own beer.

Coopers home brew kits include everything from a 30 liter fermenter to a long handled mixing spoon and everything in between. Even the bottles are included. In fact, when you buy these type of kits, you will have everything you need to brew your first batch of beer and many of the components of the kit are reusable. The fermenter, hydrometer, measuring flask, mixing spoon, bottling tube and valve, tap, and thermometer can all be used many times over. Once you've finished your first batch of beer, you can order smaller beer kit packages which include instructions and ingredients to make any of their 16 kit varieties. You can impress your friends with your own brewed Ale, bitter, European Lager, Pilsner, Irish Stout, Sparkling ale and many others. As you learn more and more about the process of brewing your own beer, you'll begin to see what works and what doesn't. Eventually you may even want to try recipes of your own, refining and tweaking them until you've created the perfect brew to suit your taste.

For now, though, you'll probably want to stick with the basics and Coopers home brew kits are the perfect start. Their easy to follow instructions break the brewing process down into a simple four step process: Mix, Brew, Bottle and Enjoy. You just mix the provided concentrate with sugar and water, add yeast, and allow the brew to ferment. Once it's ready, you bottle the brew into the provided bottles, add the carbonation drops and set it aside until it's ready to drink. To make it even easier to see and understand, the kit comes with both the instruction booklet and an instructional DVD allowing you to read and see the process of brewing in action. Coopers does everything they can to minimize the chance that you might make a mistake during your first brewing experience by including everything you will need in the Cooper's home brew kits.

These kits are also incredibly affordable. Bought individually, the components could cost well over two hundred dollars but full size Coopers home brew equipment kits are under $120 and the smaller brew kits only cost about $30-40. Each of the Coopers home brew kits makes six gallons of beer. Compare that to the price of a case of beer at the grocery store and you'll find that making your own beer can actually be more affordable and a whole lot more fun.

So, if you're feeling a little intimidated by all of the recipes and instructions you may have seen and want to try something a little simpler, check out Coopers home brew kits. They are easy to use, affordable and the results taste great. Home brew kits are a perfect start to a rewarding hobby.

The author of this article, Drew Brown, has one hobby. On his website Brewing Your Own. com he tells you much more about for example a beer home brewing kit like the Coopers home brew starter kits.

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