Morgan's Carbonation Drops are easy to use, easy to handle and easy to dissolve. For priming bottled beer in place of sugar. Dosage instructions375ml 1 Drop750ml 2 Drops
The most famous ale yeast strain (AKA 1056) found across America, now available as a ready-to-pitch dry yeast. Produces well balanced beers with low diacetyl and a very clean, crisp end palate. Sedimentation: low to medium. Final gravity: medium. Pitching Instructions: Re-hydrate the dry yeast into yeast cream in a stirred vessel prior to pitching. Sprinkle the dry yeast in 10...
Due to popular demand our master brewers have developed a beer concentrate in the style of the famous COOPERS ORIGINAL PALE ALE which is considered an Australian icon. The finest 2-row barley, hops and specially selected yeast combine to produce a beer with fruity and floral characters, balanced with a crisp bitterness and compelling flavour perfect for every occasion. Colour...
Crown Seals are used on 750ml Bottles. Can be great for reusing bottles like Coopers & VB long necks Using different coloured crown seals is a useful way of easily recognising each batch of bottles brewed. Green are great for screw top bottles.
It may come as a surprise but as well as being a brewer Thomas Cooper was also a lay Preacher. This was all above aboard. In the mid 1900s the Methodists praised the brewing of beer as a respectable trade, which “provided the working man with good, wholesome malt liquor.” Today the working man’s prayers are answered with this Belgian...
Characteristics: Tropical passion fruit, citrus hints of peach, mango.Similar to Citra but more fruity, less dank Alpha Acid: 13% to 15% Substitutions - Citra, Amarillo & Centennial
Are you ready for a hobby that stimulates your creativity, transforms you into a beer expert and allows you to actually save money?Your Brew Cellar Home Brew starter kit includes all you will need to make and bottle your beer, including your first batch.KIT INCLUDES: 1 × 30 Litre Fermenter1 x Hydrometer1 x Stirring Spoon1 x Bottling Valve1 × 1.7 kg...
Characteristics: Goldings are a group of hops whose cultivation originated in England from the wild hop variety Canterbury Whitebine. East Kent Golding hops are named such because they are grown in East Kent, while Kent Goldings are grown in mid-Kent, and Goldings are grown elsewhere around England. (Note: Styrian Goldings are bred from Fuggle hops and are not related to the English Goldings) Alpha Acid: 4% to 6% Substitutions...
Characteristics: Saaz is one of the four original Noble hops and has a distinctive and classic aroma. Known for its prominent use in Stella Artois and countless Bohemian Lagers and Pilsners. Its warm, herbal character stems from a high level of farnesene while its other oils are in fair balance. Alpha Acid: 2.5% to 4.5% Substitutions - Centennial & Amarillo
Kitted Fermenters in the following sizes: 15lt & 25lt & 30lt & 60lt A kitted fermenter contains the following ~ Airlock ~ Grommet ~ Stick on Thermometer ~ Tap ~ Sediment Reducer
SHHB Body Brew #1 This brew blend is a mix of Dextrose & LDME (light Dry Malt Extract). This mix will boost the body of your brew with natural malt flavours. Suits light style beers.
Mimicking one of Australia’s favorite beers, Morgan’s Stone and Wood Pacific Ale Style recipe pack has put all the needed ingredients into this one handy kit.
Imparting a fresh, clean, sweet malt character to the finished beer whilst keeping colour and biscuit / toffee characters to a minimum make this malt a great choice as a base for Kolsch's, New World Lagers / Pilsners and lighter style ales.
Best described as a 'Super Munich' SM40 can be used in smaller additions to impart typical munich style flavours and aromas to a wide range of beers. Alternatively it can be used as a Single Malt is Session Red, American Ambers and Brown IPA's with enough body and character to support higher hopping schedules.
This red bottle tree will hold a total of 81 bottles. The design allows for simple and efficient rinsing, cleaning and and drying of your brew bottles. This item is also compatible with the Bottle Rinser.
Finings are substances that are usually added at or near the completion of the processing of brewing wine, beer and various nonalcoholic juice beverages. They are used to remove organic compounds, either to improve clarity or adjust flavor or aroma.
Add a dry enzyme to your brew to create a low carb beer! It works by turning any carbohydrates into sugars then fermenting them into alcohol, leaving a crisp dry Beer.
Originating from Berlin, bottom fermenting to produce clean ester notes. Sedimentation High. Final Gravity Medium Recommended fermentation temperature 9c-15c, ideally 12c