20 Pint Pale Ale Home Brewing Kit
- Pale Ale Home Brew kit - just add water and included yeast
- Makes 20 pints which works out at approximately £1.25 per pint
- Only takes ten days for the ale to be fully ready
- Non-carbonated ale strength is 4.5-5% (after 10 days)
- As featured on BBC Dragon's Den
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Not for sale to persons under the age of 18. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age or over. This item must be used responsibly and appropriately.
Sick of the boring drinks on offer at your supermarket or off-license? Perhaps you’re also tired of paying the Chancellor of the Exchequer more than its far share of tax on booze. Time to brew your own.
Ideal for those who have a penchant for real pale ale, this Victor’s Drinks Home Brewing set is perfect and you will have lovely ale after three easy steps. All you do is unscrew the lid at the top, add 18 pints of warm water, the sachet of yeast provided and 20 pints of glorious pale ale is ready to enjoy in just 10 days. Voila – or rather Cheers! You can't beat the taxman on many things, however at approximately £1.25 per pint this will make you drink your own with pride.
It also worth noting these following tips to ensure you get the most out of your brew.
- Make sure that the cap is not removed during the brewing process
- Where possible, try not to move your box before drinking.
- And, don’t overfill your box! Remember, less is more.
Are you planning on holding barbecues all summer long or even planning on a party? This is a real ale for real men. After 10 days, you will be the king of manly men, ready to share this golden nectar with your closest friends.This would be ideal and very cost effective too. Lovely! The perfect drink for all year round.
No mess, no fuss, no keeping a home brew distillery in the back shed or kitchen either.
What's inside the Box?
All you need to do is add water. Everything else is provided..Inside the box is the wheat and hops. Resting on top of the cap is the yeast sachet. And on top of the box is a handy funnel so that you can keep your box dry.
So how Does it Work?
The sugar and hops begin a process called fermentation once yeast is added. The yeast acts as an enzyme and helps convert the sugars into ethanol (alcohol) and carbon dioxide. For the budding scientists amongst us, the equation is below - Sugar -> Ethanol + Carbon Dioxide.
The carbon dioxide bubbles out of the liquid into the air and is released through the valve at the top. Fermentation is a complicated process, which can be disrupted by a number of things such as temperature change or contamination. Imagine your ale as a delicate rose, just waiting to blossom – any contamination may damage the taste of your wonderful drink before it has had a chance to develop properly. It really is essential to keep everything clean (including the valve on the top) to stop any nasty bacteria getting inside the box, which might spoil the great taste of Victor’s.
Victor's Drinks History
As the brainchild of a university student from a sleepy rural village, Victor’s Drinks has been in the pipes since way back in 2009. Officially launched in September, it’s the same team now who started back then. Having decided that off-shelf drinks were boring, and home brew kits were too much hassle, we embarked upon making something that makes cider and ale making easy.
Everyone knows if you want something right, you have to do it yourself.