MAKING YOUR OWN CRAFT BEER HAS NEVER
BEEN EASIER WITH OUR BREWING KITS
We all know that Belgium is the traditional home for amazing beer.
CHEAPER THAN BARS
Stop spending $6 on a bottle of beer. Start making your beer at home.
FUN TO MAKE
You will have fun and be able to brag about it to your friends.
EASY TO FOLLOW
A complete guide is provided. Perfect for beginners!
Dark with a traditional stout bitter taste to due its roasted malts, Sinister Stout has a smooth finish with hints of chocolate and coffee. For the pleasure seeking adventurous, this brew is for you. A familiar flavor with complexity you'll enjoy. Beer kit for 9 liters or 2.5 gallons of beer.Shop Mixes
A copper colored beer with a light sourness, and a sweet aftertaste. Long lasting, foamy head, with hints of roasted malt, caramel, chocolate, and slight hints of yeast. This medium bodied beer is great with any meal on a warm summer night. The brew kit makes 15 liters / 4 gallons of beer.Shop Mixes
Belgian Our Wicked Wheat Ale is a slightly cloudy white beer, with complex taste, slightly tart, hinting of yeast, and fresh spices. This beer is a true thirst quencher when you want something out of the ordinary. This brew kit will make 15 litres / 4 gallons of beer.Shop Mixes
Blonde Ale’s are the way to get started. Full bodied beers, with sweet tastes, high alcohol content, yet easy drinking, and balanced. Malty, with hints of toasted hops, this is one truly diabolical beer. Brews 9 liters / 2.5 gallons of beer.Shop Mixes
Dubbel Damme beers are traditionally dark, chocolaty, full-bodied, with rich caramel aftertastes. These beers require a longer maturation period to bring out the full flavor. This kit brews 9 liters / 2.5 gallons of beer.Shop Mixes
This is a true Belgian Ale. A refreshing, slightly dry, pale amber beer, with a refined bitterness, true malt undertones, and a soft finish. Enjoyable any time of year, this is a true classic. Brew kit makes 12 liters or 3 gallons of beer.Shop Mixes
This gold-colored, soft to the palate, strong, malty beer, is everything you want in a traditional beer. A slightly spiced finish, and a strong foam head makes this a truly enjoyable experience, and not just another beer. This brew kit makes 9 liters / 2.5 gallons of beer.Shop Mixes
Traditionally brewed on Belgian farms in Winter, and allowed to ferment until the Summer harvest, Saison beers are a gold to light copper color, with sturdy foam collars. Our beer mixes offer that old world flavor, with a finish that is smooth and rich in flavor. Brews 15 liters or 4 gallons of beer.Shop Mixes
This is a very aromatic, full-bodied, old style Flemish/Belgian Brown Ale. With lingering licorice notes, a long finish, and a blend of toasted malts, this is a beer that you will remember long after your last glass. This brew kit makes 12 liters or 3 gallons of beer.Shop Mixes
A traditional India Pale Ale (IPA), slightly amber-colored, and full-flavored with an herbal, bitter aftertaste. A truly unique flavor, originally developed for export to India for citizens in the colony, it soon took on its own local flavors. This kit will brew 12 liters / 3 gallons of beer.Shop Mixes
Our Premium Pious Pilsner Ale is built from the ground up for the purist. This is a true blonde beer, with medium body. The hops aroma and flavor flow throw every part of the beer, leaving you with an aftertaste of toasted hops that will linger until the next sip. This brew kit makes 12 liters or 3 gallons of beer.Shop Mixes
HOW TO MAKE BEER WITH OUR KITS
You will find all the details (water temperature, time, etc...)
in the guide provided in our kits.
In addition to the Brewferm® Buckriders equipment kit. you will need a small kettle. a can opener. a weighing scale and bowl or a mug for the sugar. a measuring jug for the water and a stirring spoon.
Ensure that all equipment you use is absolutely clean and sanitized. If you are not using the Buckriders Cleaning agent. use an un-perfumed cleaning agent like our Buckrider Cleaning Agent.
Using a can opener. open the can and place it in a small cooking pot filled with warm water for about 15 minutes. Pour the contents of the can into your clean fermentation bucket. Easy, right?
Leave the bucket to ferment for 7-1O days at room temperature (18-23°C / 66-73°F), not dropping below 66°F. It is tempting, but do not open the lid regularly. It can cause an infection in your beer.
When your young beer is ready for bottling, move the fermentation bucket to a worktable and mount the cleaned and sanitized syphoning tube to the tap. Leave the bucket to rest for 1 hour so the sediment can settle.
After ten days, move the beer to a cooler spot to ripen for 6 to 8 weeks. We recommend that you try your Brew after 3 weeks, but remember that your beer will need more time to mature and improve: Patience pays!
Time to bottle your beer & enjoy with friends and family! If you come up with any interesting recipes, please share them with us at email@example.com