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Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Mr Beer Kit Review

If you’re wondering if the Mr Beer Kit is for you, or if it’s going to make a good gift, this review should give you enough information to help in your decision.
Mr Beer offers several kits. Depending on which kit you choose the prices range from $49.95 to $149.95. The base level kit includes everything you need to make 2 gallons of beer.
The Base Beer Kit (Premium) Includes:
• 1 Plastic 2 gallon fermenter
• 1 Standard Brew Pack
• 8 Re-usable plastic Bottles and Caps
• 8 Labels
• Brewers Guide
• Kit Instructions

The next 3 kits available after the “Premium” Kit. They are:

• Premium Gold - $59.95
• Brewmasters - $99.95
• The Ultimate - $149.95

These more expensive kits include everything in the Premium Kit and additional brewing packs, some additional measurement tools, beer glasses, etc. Check the link below for details.

What I like about the Mr Beer Kit is this homebrewing beer kit includes everything you need to brew your first batch of beer. The Premium kits are relatively inexpensive and can be a good way to see if you’d enjoy making your own beer at home. This kit is easy to use, clean, and handle. This kit makes decent beer considering the simplicity of the system.

Mr Beer, in my opinion, would make a great gift for a husband, boyfriend, or anyone that may be interested brewing their own beer at home. Many home brewers got started with the Mr Beer system and have since gone on to bigger and more complex brewing systems.

The drawbacks to this kit can all depend on what you’re looking for. If you know you’re going to want to brew beer and grow you’re hobby, I’d suggest going with a larger 5 gallon kit. But for a gift or if you’re only experimenting with this as a new hobby this might be the perfect fit.

Overall, the Mr Beer Kit is a decent value.. On a scale of 1 to 5, taking all this into consideration, I would give it a 3.5 to a 4. This, of course, depends on what you’re looking for in a beer brewing kit.

For additional details and to get more info, check out this link:
MR.BEER Premium Beer Kit Brewing System


Jason Bolte

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Blogger Jennifer T said...

i want to get my husband a beer brewing kit for christmas. would you recommend the coopers or mr. beer?

November 10, 2009  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Considering I own a Coopers kit, Mr Beer, and I've bought a "Ale Pale" from a home brewing store, I'd recommend a Cooper's Kit. My very first kit was the Coopers kit and that's what I'd recommend here's why...

The Coopers kit makes the traditional 5 gallon batch (Mr Beer makes 2 gallons) so if you want to go from making beer with extract kits to a partial mash you have everything you need (partial mash kits make better beer but extracts are a great way to make your first batch of beer).

You don't have to worry about saving bottles, buying a capper, etc. This is because the Coopers kit has every you need to make your first batch of beer (bottles included).

Just my opinion. I also think the Coopers equipment is a higher quality than the Ale Pale fermenters you get from most home brewing stores.


March 06, 2010  
Anonymous Jenni major said...

I like Brewing

March 22, 2011  

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