Master the Brew Recipe Club: 3 Months
Three months of unique recipes delivered to your door Your 3 month subscription to the Master the Brew Recipe Club includes delivery of ingredients for a new recipe each month. You’ll never brew the same beer twice! Your delivery will include all of the fermentables, hops, and yeast necessary to make a delicious 2.5 or 5 gallon brew in your own kitchen. After the first few batches you’ll be ready to brew next-level recipes. Renew for another 3 months or opt for the 6 month subscription which includes a welcome kit and bonus recipe! 5 gallon subscribers will receive two 2.5 gallon kits each month. All subscriptions include free shipping.
From: $49.99 / month for 3 months
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3 recipes delivered to your door
In the first week of each month you will receive a new custom-designed recipe, curated for your experience level. Your delivery will include all of the fermentables, hops, and yeast necessary to make a delicious 2.5 gallon or 5 gallon brew in your own kitchen. After the first few batches you’ll be ready to brew next-level recipes so you might want to consider the 6 month subscription where your recipes automatically step up to the next experience level at the appropriate time, so you can just keep on brewing. Each quarter one of our expert beer guides hosts a live webinar where you can learn about an advanced topic in brewing. Topics include discussions of dry-hopping, yeast health, recipe formulation, water quality and more. The 3 month subscription guarantees you will get to attend one of these lessons. Not sure which experience level to start with? Beginner: You haven’t brewed from start to finish on your own before. These recipes will be malt extract recipes with specialty grains for steeping. They are suitable for brewing on your kitchen stove and produce 2.5 gallons (one case) of beer when finished. Intermediate: You’ve brewed using extract at least 3-4 times before with results you enjoyed. These recipes are still based on malt extract but contain more complex steps such as dry hopping or using more precise combinations of specialty grains. They also include liquid yeast. Advanced: You have brewed several times before and feel you are ready to step up to brew-in-a-bag recipes with a mash of 100% all grain.
Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
2.5 Gallons, 5 Gallons