Equipment

The equipment necessary for brewing, fermenting and bottling beer in a home brewery.

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  • Gadgets

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  • Equipment Kits

    Want to brew beer at home but don't know where to start? Complete equipment kits with instructions and raw materials for 20l of beer is the easiest first step to home brewing.

  • Grainfather

    Create your own automated brewhouse with Grainfather equipment. An electronically controlled mash brewer with a backflow chiller will allow you to brew beer quickly and easily. Steel fermentation tanks with a glycol chiller will ensure fermentation at the selected temperature. Grainfather provides solutions that will turn a home brewery into an almost professional brewhouse.

  • Beer Glasses

    Dedicated glass is recommended for beer styles. Check if the beer tastes different in a professional glass, goblet or mug.

  • Fermentation

    The brewer prepares the wort, the yeast makes the beer. Appropriate fermentation conditions are the key to success. Find the equipment you need: fermentors, siphons, pumps, heaters and other equipment, and let the yeast do the rest!

  • Brewhouse

    The brewhouse is the heart of the home brewery. Choose the right equipment for mashing, wort boiling, cooling, and accessories for filtration and measurement. Your brewery starts here!

  • Beer Bottling

    Beer bottling is the last stage of work in a home brewery. Both the filling of bottles and kegs will go smoothly with the right tools. Valves, bottling hoses, bottle washers and dryers, and finally suitable bottles or kegs. Then only patience with aging and the joy of home-made beer!

  • Literature

    Get knowledge and take your home brewery to the next level. Brewing literature will allow you to learn the secrets closely guarded by experienced brewers.

  • Measuring/Lab

    Precision and cleanliness are indispensable in any brewery. A small laboratory for measuring water and wort parameters, dosing brewing raw materials or preparing yeast is a must-have for a home brewer. Disinfectants will prevent your brewery from contaminating the beer.

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  • Chocolate Brown Ale - Mangrove Jacks
    99,00 zł
    Chocolate Brown Ale - Mangrove Jacks

    Sweet and malty in taste with rich fruit and brown sugar aroma. Leaves you with a delicious nutty aftertaste.

    99,00 zł
  • Irish Red Ale - Mangrove Jacks
    119,00 zł
    Irish Red Ale - Mangrove Jacks

    Fruity with dark berry notes and hints of caramel. Goldings offers a muted earthy aroma to this full bodied, rich fruity ale with a subtle toffee finish.

    119,00 zł
  • Abbey malt 0,5kg - Castlemalting
    4,50 zł
    Abbey malt 0,5kg - Castlemalting

    Château Abbey® malt is a more toasted form of pale malt. Gives a strong taste of cooked bread, nuts and fruit. Château Abbey® malt has a bitter flavour which mellows on ageing.

    4,50 zł
  • Fermentis US-05
    11,00 zł
    Fermentis US-05

    American ale brewer’s yeast producing neutral and well-balanced ales, clean and crispy. Forms a firm foam head and presents a very good ability to stay in suspension during fermentation. Ideal for American beer types and highly hopped beers.

    11,00 zł
  • Coffee malt 0,5kg - Castlemalting
    4,50 zł
    Coffee malt 0,5kg - Castlemalting

    Château Café malt imparts a nutty and distinct coffee flavour and aroma to beers, brings in a "coffee" note in Stouts and Porters. Adds a smooth mouth feel and complexity to any dark ale. Reinforces the colour of beer.

    4,50 zł
  • Munich Light malt 5kg - Castlemalting
    27,00 zł
    Munich Light malt 5kg - Castlemalting

    Rich, golden malt. Provides a modest colour increase toward a nice, golden-orange colour. Adds a pronounced grainy malty flavour to many beer styles without affecting the foam stability.

    27,00 zł
  • Melano Light malt 0,5kg - Castlemalting
    3,90 zł
    Melano Light malt 0,5kg - Castlemalting

    Belgian Melanoidin (Melano) malt. Special germination process. Kilned in a special way at up to 130°C. Château Melano Light malt is slowly dried as the temperature is raised, allowing the melanoidins to form as part of the kilning process.

    3,90 zł
  • Munich Dark malt 1kg - Castlemalting
    6,00 zł
    Munich Dark malt 1kg - Castlemalting

    Rich, golden malt. Provides a modest colour increase toward a nice, golden-orange colour. Adds a pronounced grainy malty flavour to many beer styles without affecting the foam stability.

    6,00 zł
  • Carafa type II malt 0,5kg - Weyermann
    4,50 zł
    Carafa type II malt 0,5kg - Weyermann

    Produced from malting quality barley. Carefully roasted to add coffee-brown color, espresso-like bouquet, dark-beer aroma, and body to finished beer.

    4,50 zł
  • White Labs WLP840 American Lager
    23,34 zł 38,90 zł -40%
    White Labs WLP840 American Lager

    This strain makes dry and clean lagers with a light note of apple fruitiness. Sulfur and diacetyl production is minimal making this strain easy to work with and fitting for American-style lagers.

    23,34 zł 38,90 zł -40%
    Reduced price!
  • Target 100g UK
    9,10 zł 13,00 zł -30%
    Target 100g UK

    An excellent high alpha variety which gives bitterness at a very competitive price. Tends to be too harsh for aroma purposes late in the boil but has produced very good results when used as dry hop pellets in the cask.

    9,10 zł 13,00 zł -30%
    Reduced price!
  • Bramling Cross 100g UK
    11,20 zł 15,99 zł -30%
    Bramling Cross 100g UK

    A hop of considerable character. Its distinctive “American” aroma put many brewers off this variety in its early years. It has a strong spicy/blackcurrant flavour and good alpha characteristics.

    11,20 zł 15,99 zł -30%
    Reduced price!
  • Enigma 100g AUS
    20,00 zł 25,00 zł -20%
    Enigma 100g AUS

    Typical descriptors don’t work very well for Enigma™. Formal tasting sessions have given interesting terms like ‘Pinot Gris’, ‘raspberries’, and ‘redcurrant’, through to rock melon and light tropical fruit.

    20,00 zł 25,00 zł -20%
    Reduced price!
  • Motueka 100g NZ
    21,60 zł 27,00 zł -20%
    Motueka 100g NZ

    First impressions are a very lively intense fresh lime followed by a background of tropical fruit and lemon zest, big citrus notes dominate.

    21,60 zł 27,00 zł -20%
    Reduced price!

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Gadgets

Make a gift to the home brewer!

Equipment Kits

Want to brew beer at home but don't know where to start? Complete equipment kits with instructions and raw materials for 20l of beer is the easiest first step to home brewing.

Grainfather

Create your own automated brewhouse with Grainfather equipment. An electronically controlled mash brewer with a backflow chiller will allow you to brew beer quickly and easily. Steel fermentation tanks with a glycol chiller will ensure fermentation at the selected temperature. Grainfather provides solutions that will turn a home brewery into an almost professional brewhouse.

Beer Glasses

Dedicated glass is recommended for beer styles. Check if the beer tastes different in a professional glass, goblet or mug.

Fermentation

The brewer prepares the wort, the yeast makes the beer. Appropriate fermentation conditions are the key to success. Find the equipment you need: fermentors, siphons, pumps, heaters and other equipment, and let the yeast do the rest!

Brewhouse

The brewhouse is the heart of the home brewery. Choose the right equipment for mashing, wort boiling, cooling, and accessories for filtration and measurement. Your brewery starts here!

Beer Bottling

Beer bottling is the last stage of work in a home brewery. Both the filling of bottles and kegs will go smoothly with the right tools. Valves, bottling hoses, bottle washers and dryers, and finally suitable bottles or kegs. Then only patience with aging and the joy of home-made beer!

Literature

Get knowledge and take your home brewery to the next level. Brewing literature will allow you to learn the secrets closely guarded by experienced brewers.

Measuring/Lab

Precision and cleanliness are indispensable in any brewery. A small laboratory for measuring water and wort parameters, dosing brewing raw materials or preparing yeast is a must-have for a home brewer. Disinfectants will prevent your brewery from contaminating the beer.

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