Brew it yourself
Home made wine is delicious and easy!
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Make your own wine. Everything you need for home wine making. This
is a enjoyable and interesting hobby. You'll be able to make your own
wine and drink it!
# Wine Kits
* 6 Bottle Kits
o White Wine
o Red Wine
o Rose Wine
* 30 Bottle Kits
o Red Wine
o White Wine
o Rose Wine
o Niagara Mist
o Starter Kits
They also sell tons of beer brewing kits too.
However, wine kit quality can vary a great deal. At Brew it yourself
we only sell top quality wine kits. Because we know it takes a lot of
effort and patience to make your own wine and it needs to taste great
when you open your first bottle.
The wine kits we sell are made by Vineco, a Canadian company that's
been making wine kits for more than 35 years. Their kits are pre-blended
and require no additional sugar. Many of them have won international
wine quality awards. In fact the Kenridge Showcase range is rated #1
Their entry range of wines; California Connoisseur(TM) is a celebration
of sunshine. Made from the finest grape concentrates California has
to offer, California Connoisseur(TM) has become synonymous with outstanding
wines of distinctive character, worthy of being served to all who appreciate
the proud heritage of the vintner's art. In as little as 28 days you
can create wines of impressive bouquet, flavour and structure. Includes
professionally designed bottle labels.
Prices start at just £9.95 for the 1 gallon kits and they are
ready to drink in just 4 weeks.
A review of the Zinfandel Blush by one of our customers says "This
was one of the first kits I made. Produced a very nice wine that was
easy to drink. Will use this kit again."
Other products available at Brew it yourself.
Strong beers. While these taste great when young,
they taste just fantastic when bottled and left to age for a year or
two. And they are always a welcome treat at Christmas!
The 3kg real ale kits produce the best results if you want an aged,
smooth, strong ale.
If you want to keep your beer for more than a few months, it's best
to bottle it. You can either string glass bottles, the type commercial
real ale is usually supplied in - not the thin glass lager bottles (these
will explode). Or Plastic (PET) food grade bottles with new lids. Once
they have been filled and re-fermented to create a little carbonation,
store them somewhere dark and cool. This prevents further fermentation
and any active yeast will drop to the bottom of the bottle.
Here are few you might like to try.....
Traditionally known for being a strong beer brewed in East Anglia. Norfolk
NOG is an excellent example of a strong 'Old' ale
"My wife brews the beer and I drink it, she made a great job of
this one. Takes a while to clear, maybe we should have used finings
but a wonderful full bodied winter brew that you don't need too many
A strong, deep gold beer wit a soft palate and delicate hop flavour.
John Bull Masterclass Barley Wine
With origins in 19th century England, this famous potent extra strong
ale has a dark clear colour, characteristic of this aromatic malty ale.
Serve at 13Â°C (55Â°F). Great as an after dinner
drink or as a night cap.
Muntons Santa's Winter Warmer
Made using premium brewing malt and hops, this beer is a very pleasing
strong winter ale ideal for the barrel or bottles.