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Thermapen by ThermoWorks:
Recommended For: All grain and mini mash brewers.
The Thermapen by ThermoWorks is nearly universally lauded for it’s accuracy and speed.
I’ll jump on the bandwagon… My Thermapen is my favorite brewing thermometer! It’s spot on accurate and it can be eerily fast. Check out my full Hands on Review that includes accuracy and response time tests. The Thermapen by ThermoWorks is one of our Top Finds.
As of this posting, these are discounted to $85 each with the purchase of two.
Thermapen by ThermoWorks
Stainless Insulated Growler:
Recommended For: Any kegging homebrewer and/or craft beer lovers that live in states that allow refill of unmarked growlers.
This is an amazing growler and one of our Top Finds. Check out my Hands on Review.
This is available in three colors. Uncoated stainless, white and black…
Lifeline 7508 Silver Stainless Steel Vacuum Insulated Double Wall Barrel Style Growler – 64 oz. Capacity
Lifeline 7508WH White Stainless Steel Vacuum Insulated Double Wall Barrel Style Growler – 64 oz. Capacity
Lifeline 7508BK Black Stainless Steel Vacuum Insulated Double Wall Barrel Style Growler – 64 oz. Capacity
Recommended For: Those who want a Thermapen, but don’t have the budget. All grain and extract brewers.
Check out my full Hands on Review of this thermometer. The CDN DTQ450X one of our Top Finds.
CDN DTQ450X ProAccurate Quick-Read Thermometer
Spiegelau IPA Glasses:
Recommended For: Anyone who enjoys IPAs.
Check out my full Hands on Review of these glasses.
Spiegelau 2-Pack Beer Classics IPA Glass, 19-Ounce
Brooklyn BrewShop Beer Making Kits:
Recommended For: Someone who has expressed a general interest in trying to brew beer. If they have considered giving homebrewing a try whilst walking around Bed, Bath and Beyond, give this kit a try. The recipient will get everything they need to start brewing all grain beers at a very reasonable price.
Small batch all grain equipment kit and ingredients for Everyday IPA from Brooklyn BrewShop.
A variety of equipment and ingredient kits are available in this line.
Personal Home Brewery Kit #2 Deluxe BRKIT2 with PET Fermenter:
Recommended For: Someone you know wants to start brewing. They have brewed with a friend or are otherwise sold on it.
There are many good equipment kits out there. I’m recommending this one because I own it and have produced an Illustrated Step by Step Guide on brewing beer with this.
Personal Home Brewery Kit #2 Deluxe BRKIT2
An ingredient kit from your loved ones favorite local homebrew shop:
Recommended For: People that hang out at their LHBS
Does your loved one spend time at your local Local Homebrew Shop (LHBS)? If so, swing in and ask the shop owner for advice. If they are spending a good bit of time there, odds are good the shop owner will have a good suggestion on an appropriate ingredient kit or piece of equipment.
Recommended For: The person who wants socks for a gift. If your loved one is no nonsense and practical, this one’s for you. First… check to see if they use PBW in the first place. If you notice a container lying around and they are a socks-for-a-gift person… bam. Get a least the 4 lb size and the 8 lb size if your budget allows. Avoid the 1 lb size. That size isn’t a good value.
PBW – Powdered Brewery Wash
Craftsman Wrench Bottle Opener:
Recommended For: Any person. This is tool quality bottle opener with a lifetime warranty.
24″ Stainless Whisk:
Recommended For: Any homebrewer that is making at least 5 gallon batches of beer. If the homebrewer in your life doesn’t walk around with one of these on brew day (and they make at least 5 gallons of beer at a time) then this is a winner. Check out my Hands on Review.
Update International FW-24 Stainless Steel French Whip, 24-Inch
Personalized Labels, Coasters or Signs from GrogTag:
Recommended For: Any homebrewer or craft beer lover. Homebrewer’s should like personalized labels, coasters and signs. Craft beer lovers would enjoy personalized metal signs and customized coasters.
www.grogtag.com – use promo code HBF to save 10%
Adventures in Homebrewing Mug Club:
Recommended For: Extract Brewers that like a variety of beer styles.
Adventures in Homebrewing’s Mug Club gets you one extract recipe kit per month, every other month, for one year. Those recipe kits ship for free. You also get a free customized pint glass with each recipe. The cost of that subscription is $249.99 per year. That saves you $20 per recipe vs buying kits separately.
Gift Certificates and Cards:
Recommended For: A homebrewer, prospective homebrewer or craft beer lover that you know nothing else about.
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