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Citric Acid
Citric Acid
Use to adjust the acidity of wines.
£1.99
Steriliser
Steriliser
For sterilising your home brew equipment before use.
£2.49
30 Corks
30 Corks
Fit Refs 52219 and 52220.
£3.99
1 Gallon Glass Demijohn
1 Gallon Glass Demijohn
Ideal for making and maturing wine.
£7.99
Brewing Sugar
Brewing Sugar
Aids faster and cleaner fermentation.
£2.99
Wine Yeast Sachet
Wine Yeast Sachet
Specially formulated to produce rapid fermentation for all wine recipes.
£1.49
Airlock and Bung
Airlock and Bung
Seals the Glass Demijohn to prevent harmful airborne bacteria, yeasts and moulds reaching your maturing wine.
£3.49
Siphon
Siphon
With a sediment trap and tap to make siphoning your beer or wine simple.
£3.99
Brush
Brush
A nylon brush to clean out your demijohns and bottles.
£3.49
Hydrometer
Hydrometer
Use the Hydrometer in conjunction with the Trial Jar to measure the specific gravity of your fermenting wine or beer
£3.49
Clear Wine Bottles 6 Pack
Clear Wine Bottles 6 Pack
Glass. 75cl. Pack of 6.
£5.49
Thermometer
Thermometer
To ensure your fermenting beer and wine is maturing at the correct temperature.
£3.49
50 Crown Bottle Caps
50 Crown Bottle Caps
Metal. Fit ref 52221.
£3.99
Trial Jar
Trial Jar
Use the trial jar in conjunction with the Hydrometer to test samples of your fermenting wine or beer
£3.49
Yeast Nutrient
Yeast Nutrient
Use to aid strong, active fermentation.
£1.99
Pectolase
Pectolase
Use to prevent pectin haze in wine and to help increase the yield from juice pulp.
£1.79

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Home brew essentials: kit yourself out to ensure success

Just like good cooks ensure their kitchens are well equipped so every home brewer, whether eager beginner, enthusiastic hobbyist or dedicated expert, should kit themselves out with some basic equipment to ensure successful wine, beer and cider making at home. Before you get started, you will need to invest in a few essentials – a fermenting bucket for beer and cider while wine makers will need a demijohn with airlock and bung or a dedicated wine fermenter, a long-handled plastic spoon to make stirring your brew so much easier and a siphon tube to transfer your wine, beer and cider into bottles. To avoid disappointment, all your equipment should be cleaned with steriliser before you begin and a thermometer and hydrometer are essential aids to ensure the quality of your home brew. And don’t forget bottles to store your tipple until it’s ready to enjoy; to ensure a proper seal, you’ll also need a twin lever corker and corks for wine and a twin lever capper with caps for beer and cider. Alternatively, you may prefer the keg method of storage for beer and cider in which case you will need a pressure barrel. In addition to basic essentials, you may also need more specialised kit such as yeast, brewing sugar, citric acid, campden tablets and stabiliser. By investing in these basic pieces of equipment, you’ll be giving yourself a head start to success in home brewing.