Beginning Homebrew All Grain Kit Upgrade #7 (With NEW Keg)

Item Number: 99-3492

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This beginner kit comes with everything you need to do all grain brewing! One of the best books on How to Brew by John Palmer. A complete 5 gallon Igloo Mash Tun, an 8 gallon SS boil kettle so you can boil the full volume of your beer and get better utilization of your hops. A 5 gallon SS pot for your sparge water, and a wort chiller to cool your wort in a matter of minutes! This kit also eliminates the bottling equipment, and gives you a complete kegging system to keg your beer (keg system includes a NEW 5 gallon ball lock keg).

All Grain Beer Equipment Kit #7 Contains:

  • 6.5 Gallon "Ale Pail" Primary Fermenter with Drilled & Grommeted Lid
  • 5 gallon Igloo cooler mash tun (Complete)
  • 8 Gallon Boil Kettle with 2 1/2" NPT Threaded Port (Boil Kettle)
  • 2 Kettle Plugs for Threaded Port
  • 5 Gallon Pot ( sparge water)
  • 3/8 Copper Wort chiller
  • Easy Clean No-Rinse Cleanser
  • Airlock
  • Auto Siphon
  • Siphon Hose
  • Lab Thermometer (for monitoring mash temps)
  • Hydrometer and Test Jar
  • Liquid Crystal Thermometer (Strip)
  • Long Stem Dial Thermometer
  • John Palmer (How to Brew) Book
  • 24"heat resistant Mash paddle
  • 1 NEW Ball Lock Keg
  • Dual Gauge Regulator
  • New 5# Aluminum Co2 Tank
  • Picnic Tap Assembly (MFL)
  • Gas Line Assembly MFL
  • Quick Carbonating Instruction

You do have the option to go with the larger 10 gallon cooler mash tun. Keep in mind, you can get up to 1.065 initial gravity with 13 pounds of grain in a 5 gallon cooler. If you normally brew high gravity beers and want to accomplish that with grain instead of adding some malt extract, you might consider the 10 gallon mash tun.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Robert Green
What a Hoot

Bought this setup back in February as a pre-retirement project. This was my first attempt at making beer so a bit of research (and a few upgrades) was in order before starting. The first batch was started July 1st (Amber Ale) and my first beer was on my b-day 23rd, turned out better than I could have hoped. Smooth rich flavor with a hardy head. All said the first batch (26 big bottles) cost about 30 bucks per beer, the next batch should be around 2 bucks.

Nancy Thomas
Excellent Customer Service

Great customer service! I can't wait to brew my first batch of beer!

David Tu
Everything you really need

This kit has everything you need. After days of researching and comparing other kits, this one is the best for the price. Everything came at a reasonable time. Several items were probably overlooked and didn't ship but got resolved quickly. The only thing that I realized was the kit did not come with a carboy brush and bottle capper like in the picture (probably since it's a keg system and there was no carboy.) The other problem is the buckets and the lid and how it leaks. That's easily solved with a new lid, which also leaked, and some 20 lbs dumbbells on top. One recommendation is to go for the 10 gal mash tun and save yourself the trouble. I got the 5 gal mash tun and tried the 2 Hearted ale (14 lbs) at 1.5 qt/lbs ratio and could not close the lid all the way down. Last note, the keg is perfect.

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