Beer Kit Specials from Orlando’s Craft-A-Brew @craftabrew #florida #homebrewing

Black Friday. Ugh.

But, interesting enough, I just received an E-Mail from an outfit called Craft A Brew. Better yet, a Florida outfit called Craft A Brew.

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Basically, it’s a small-scale brewery-in-a-box kit. In it is everything you need to brew a gallon of a number of different beers, including a Chocolate Milk Stout, Irish Stout, Marzen, Oaked IPA, and more.

They even have a kit for the White House Honey Ale released a few years ago. There’s even licensed clones, such as Sixpoint’s Resin IPA.

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Basically, homebrewer Kyle Westfall created the company as an alternative to big, expensive brewing kits which can get a little intimidating.

I’ve actually used their hefeweizen kit. It’s pretty simple to use, which is great. It came with tubing, ingredients (malt extract and grain), and a nifty little 1-gallon glass carboy I can use for experimental secondaries later on. I threw a little fresh Florida orange peel at 5 minutes to flameout and the resulting brew was quite tasty, if I do say so myself.

So here’s the kicker: from now until Cyber Monday, they have a deal on their deluxe kits which includes the beer kit plus bottling equipment. It’s usually $75 to $125 for the kit, but they’re 20% off with the code HOLIDAY20. They also have refill kits, too.

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Like I said, they’re pretty good quality kits, the ingredients are packed fresh, it’s a Florida company, and you get some nice equipment after all is said and done.

If you get one, let me know what you think.

Drink Florida Craft,

Dave

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