Brew on Premise

Step 1 – Select a beer

from our list and the size of the batch of well over 1000 beer recipes, including many that are like the popular favorites you may be use to plus some of our own that we have developed in-house.

Step 2 – Fire up the kettle for brewing

You’ll measure out your malt, hops and yeast according to your recipe sheet into the various containers. From there, you’ll add the ingredients (in the order and time shown on the recipe sheet) into the kettle. After about an hour, your wört (unfermented beer) is ready to be rapidly cooled to room temperature and pitched with your yeast. Then off to the fermentation or cold room it goes! Don’t worry; we’ll be there to guide you through the process as much as you need.

You then book a time to come back and bottle your brew, usually 2 – 3 weeks later. Be sure to allow yourself some time to have a chat and sample other available beers on tap.

Step 3 – Bottling the beer

Arrive on your bottling day with your own clean bottles (or buy them from us); we will sterilize the bottles but it helps if you keep them clean in the first place. If you are doing a 10 gal batch, you will need 102-106 12 oz. bottle or 60-64 22 oz. bottles. For 15 gal batches you will need 152-156 12 oz. bottles or 90-94 22 oz. Bottles

If you are lucky enough to have a keg fridge system, just bring in your empty kegs and we do the cleaning, filling and gassing for you, it’s that easy!

It’s also an ideal time to put your next brew on so it’s ready for bottling when you finish this brew!

Step 4 – Chill and Enjoy!

As part of our commitment to quality, we are always willing to provide our expertise to anyone requiring assistance with sampling their brew. Please let us know if we can help!

 

 

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