Ever fancied brewing your own beer? Well if you haven’t, you’re missing out. Because homemade beer is not only tasty and fun to make, but it’s also ludicrously cheap!
Indeed, for mere pennies per pint, the Beer Machine will brew batch after batch of your very own delicious, high-quality lager. Just follow the ludicrously simple one-step instructions and in seven to ten days you could be pouring your very own Michaelob, Stuart Artois, Carl’s Berg, or KronenBrian.
Developed by professional brewers, this complete kit is compact enough to fit into your fridge – taking up the same amount of space as a typical six-pack. Why would you put it in the fridge? Well, the Beer Machine acts as fermenter, conditioner and dispenser in one. So once you’ve brewed your HeineKim, Holsten Phils, or Dadweiser – alright, we’ll stop – you can pour it straight into your glass. There’s even a carbonation unit attached to make sure your brew will always have a frothy head. Ahh, that hits the spot.
A perfect gift for the beer monster in your life – or a nifty way to save money on a party – this self-contained micro-brewery will make up to ten litres of beer (or around seventeen pints). Now all you need is a clever name...
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Home micro-brewery system
Produces high-quality beers at mere pennies per serving
Makes up to 10 litres per batch (approximately 17 pints)
Takes only 7-10 days
Simple one step process
Compact design to fit in your fridge
Measures approximately 26cm(W) x 35cm(L) x 31cm(H)
Can this be used to brew large quantity's of root beer? Ben, GT Dunmow - 1st February 2012
Firebox says: Hi Ben, It sure can, you will need to buy a root beer mix though!
What beer making pack(s) come with it, is it Lager ??, if it is can this be swapped for another mixer pack as I cannot stand nor do I drink Lager, and it is not worth me buying if it comes with mixer packs that I cannot use.
Regards. John, Devon - 6th December 2011
Firebox says: Hi John, it's a Beer Mix that comes with it, not Lager. We should have both Beer and Lager Making Packs that can be bought separately, although these are not yet available at the time of writing.
Hi. Do you have to use the beer mixes or can you make up your own concoction? Jamie, Ayr - 24th November 2011
Firebox says: Hi Jamie, It is better to use the premixed packs, however if youknow what your doing and have the right ingredients you can mix it up a bit!
Hi. Can you Brew ale in the beer machine? Also do you sell the mixes for this and how much is the cost? If not where can you get the mixes from? Thanks. Brett, Brighton UK - 16th August 2011
Firebox says: You sure can Brett and we sell Lager and Beer refill mixes!
Once a batch is made how long will the beer keep for?? If I buy it I don't want to be forced to drink 17 pints in say 3 days! Greg, Telford - 26th May 2011
Firebox says: Our suppliers have personally had a brew in the fridge for 12 months and it still tasted delicious.
Where can you buy more beer mix? Fraser, Glasgow - 24th May 2011
Firebox says: We're not stocking replacement kits yet, so we'd suggest you check here in the meantime: http://www.beermachineuk.com/acatalog/Beer_Mixes_-_3_Packs.html