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The AHS Beginner All Grain Homebrew Kit (Upgrade #7)

The AHS Beginner All Grain Homebrew Kit (Upgrade #7)

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Item Number:99-3492

Choose Your Mash Tun
Which Mash Tun Would You Like?
Choose Your Free All Grain Recipe Kit
Select Your Free All Grain Recipe Kit
Free Yeast For Free Recipe Kit
Would You Like Your Grain Cracked?
Milled? help
Additional Kit Options
Would You Like a Propane Burner help
Would you Like a Pre-Chiller? help
Would You Like to Add a Case of Beer Bottles Case 1? help
Would You Like to Add a Case of Beer Bottles Case 2? help
Would You Like to Add a Homebrew Kettle Scrubber? help
Illustrated Guide to Homebrewing
Illustrated Guide to Homebrewing
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).


6.5 Gallon "Ale Pail" Primary Fermenter with Drilled & Grommeted Lid
5 gallon Igloo cooler mash tun (Complete)
8 Gallon Pot ( boil kettle)
5 Gallon Pot ( sparge water)
3/8 Copper Wort chiller
Easy Clean No-Rinse Cleanser
Auto Siphon
Siphon Hose (4')
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 Instructions
-Toll-free technical support

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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