Mr. Beer Premium Gold Edition Home Brew Kit

Mr. Beer Premium Gold Edition Home Brew Kit

There is the DIY Hooch Kit and Drinks-Lab Homebrew Kit that turn your fruit juices into alcoholic beverages; easy and simple fun. And now there’s the Mr. Beer Premium Gold Edition Home Brew Kit for serious brewers who like to brew their own beer.

The Mr. Beer Premium Gold Edition Home Brew Kit comes with everything you need to ferment your own beer. Each brew pack will let you brew four gallons of bubbly, delicious brew. Serve them up at your parties and let everyone know that what they taste is just some of your fine home brewery at work.

Mr. Beer Premium Gold Edition Home Brew Kit

  • Includes 2-gallon fermenting keg with lid and tap assembly, two standard refill brew packs, eight reusable plastic 1-liter bottles
  • Includes eight reusable plastic caps, eight labels, Brewing with Mr. Beer brewer’s guide, and 4-step brewing instructions
  • Lightweight, shatter resistant keg is made from FDA compliant plastic and imparts no taste or flavor migration
  • Brew pack offers two distinct and popular beers for 2 batches (4 gallons) of home brewed beer
  • Keg’s wide mouth allows for easy cleaning; hand wash only; avoid using scouring pads or abrasives during cleaning; keg measures 9.5 x 13 x 9 inches

The Mr. Beer Premium Gold Edition Home Brew Kit is available from Amazon for $42.95.

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2 Responses to “Mr. Beer Premium Gold Edition Home Brew Kit”

  1. Mr. Beer kits might be a good start for some, but they do not produce quality beer in my opinion. I would suggest one find a local brew club and start there. The $42 would be better invested in a true brew kit.

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