Bone Dry Irish Stout Home Beer Brewing Kit
Vendor: Craft a Brew
The luck of the Irish will be with you through the home brewing process on this one! This beer brewing kit features our Bone Dry Irish Stout recipe, a dark and toasty brew with mild English hops and notes of coffee, chocolate, and toffee. Brew this unique beer for St....
The luck of the Irish will be with you through the home brewing process on this one! This beer brewing kit features our Bone Dry Irish Stout recipe, a dark and toasty brew with mild English hops and notes of coffee, chocolate, and toffee. Brew this unique beer for St. Patty’s Day or any day.
WHAT'S IN THE BOX?
This beer brewing starter kit comes with everything you need to be a master brewer & make this delicious Irish Stout, including:
- Glass Carboy
- Racking Cane
- Rubber Stopper
- Transfer tubing
- Tubing clamp
- Guide to Craft Brewing
- Bone Dry Irish Stout Recipe kit
Already have the equipment? Click below to get the ingredients to brew this Dry Irish Stout:
Delicious!!! We shared with some friends who were hesitant to drink our home brew. They all loved it. We need to up our game from the 1 gallon because this stuff was great! And it has become a fun couples activity!
This was my first attempt at home brewing. The Craft a Brew kit had everything I needed and the instructions were clear and easy to follow. The stout turned out great! Would definitely brew this again.
Absolutely awesome outcome and just as good as anything I have gotten at an authentic Irish pub! Will be brewing more of this in the not to distant future!
Started brewing beer with Craft a brew and bought this for a friend for his birthday. He loved it and is now hooked on brewing, just like I got hooked after my first brew day with craft a brew. Would highly recommend to anyone interested in brewing beer.
I bought the brewing kit and it was very easy to make my first batch of beer. Beer is pretty good. I bought two more recipes and just bottled my second batch. This time it is a Chocolate Milk Stout. It will be ready to drink in two weeks. Going to start my third batch, a Brown Ale!