On one hand, colonists were thinking big when they dropped 342 chests of tea into the Boston Harbor. On the other hand, the waters were too chilly and expansive to bring to a boil. Consider a different brew for your next party: Pay $75 (regularly $150) for an in-home beer-making kit from Beer and Wine Makers of America. Or, pay $85 (regularly $175) for an in-home wine-making kit. Each complete kit includes an eight-gallon primary fermenter and lid, a three-piece airlock with stoppers, a spigot for bottling, an automatic syphon starter, syphon tubing, a three-scale hydrometer, a five- or six-gallon glass or PET carboy with brush, a PBW cleaner, and easy-to-follow instructions. The beer-making kit also contains a springless bottle filler, a floating thermometer, an iodophor sanitizer, 55 bottle caps, and a bottle capper; the wine-making kit includes potassium metabisulfite, 35 corks, and a wing corker. This Brokaw Road shop has been bringing suds and sips to the DIY community since 1975, and now it's your turn to stand up for what you believe in: no taxation without fermentation.
PAID VALUE DOES NOT EXPIRE
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON December 12, 2012
back by popular demand:
Beer and Wine Makers of America
Complete In-Home Beer-Making ($75) or Wine-Making ($85) Kit
- from $75