Homebrewing Equipment Overview
From brewing equipment kits to advanced brewing systems, Adventures in Homebrewing has the brewing equipment to fit your needs.
We have a wide selection of brew kettles & burners to get your brew boiling, and all types of fermenters to keep your beer happily bubbling away. Keep your brewing equipment clean with brewing sanitizers & cleaners. Make bottling day a breeze with all of the tubing, siphons, bottles, fillers, cappers, & bottle caps you need to put a lid on your latest brewing project. And finally keep things cool with brewing thermometers, wort chillers and home brewing equipment hardware.
If you’re new to brewing and aren’t sure what you’ll need to get started, our “Equipment You Need to Make Your Own Beer” guide is a great resource. And if you’re a wine maker looking for equipment, you can find everything needed in our selection of wine-specific supplies.
Planning to brew an Extract Recipe Kit or need extra equipment to brew All Grain? We have everything you need for your next batch.
After gathering all your supplies, the first step in brewing your own beer is getting that wort boiling! We have various sizes of brew pots, burners and stands, copper and immersion wort chillers, hop filters/infusers for boiling or to use in secondary fermentation, paddles, spoons, thermometers, and brew in a bag equipment.
Brewing fermenters come in a wide range of sizes and materials including glass carboys, plastic fermenters and buckets, stainless steel fermenters, demijohns, barrels, conicals, and unitanks. Your choice of fermenter is definitely a matter of personal preference, but if you want our take on things check out our article “Fermentation Vessels: Buckets vs Carboys for Homebrewing?”.
Brewing, Measuring & Testing Supplies
Getting technical? Rather than using measuring cups, adding ingredients in exact measurements with digital scales is a much better option and we have multiple sizes to choose from. You can measure the gravity of your wort and determine the alcohol by volume (ABV) of your finished brew with classic triple scale hydrometers or digital tilt hydrometers. Test for hard or soft water, check pH levels, or check if your mash is converted using an iodine test. Read more about advanced testing in our guide, “Mash pH: Controlling & Adjusting.”
Bottling & Canning Equipment
Sure, kegs are fun but who doesn’t love taking their beer on-the-go? Find the beer bottling supplies you need including bottles, growlers, bottle fillers, caps, cappers, corkers, labels, racks, washers and other beer bottling equipment. We also have beer canning equipment and supplies so you can offer beer-to-go at your brewery or can in fresh aluminum beer cans at home.