Bootleg Biology Backyard Yeast Wrangling Tool Kit. About, from Adventures in Homebrewing: “Capture and Isolate Local Wild Yeasts! This tool kit is great for brewers who are interested in creating sour beers. Propagating local yeast strains can highlight unqiue attributes in your beer, creating a truly unique and unforgettable beer!
The Backyard Yeast Wrangling Tool Kit from Bootleg Biology includes all the essential equipment an experimental homebrewer needs to begin collecting, culturing, and isolating local wild yeast strains. Bootleg Biology also provides detailed instructions on the entire process; from capturing wild bugs, creating agar plates, culturing and propagating yeast, isolating yeast strains, and contributing. Each Backyard Yeast Wrangling Tool Kit includes a Local Yeast Project Contributor Pack so you can bank your viable wild yeast. Simply send a swab in the pre-paid postage envelope to store your local yeast at the Bootleg Biology Laboratory Yeast Bank Freezer, ensuring you can keep using your phenomenal local yeast strain.”
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Mini CO2 Regulator from Adventures in Homebrewing. Features a 1/4″ MFL This mini regulator uses a 74 Gram Co 2 Cartridge 5/8″ thread. You can also add a gas disconnect and 1/4″FFL x 1/4″ FFL swivel and it will connect right on to the keg and make it ready to use, please see the add on.
Portable Serving: As an on-the-go regulator.
Backup – I’m out of CO2 and I want to pour a beer! Use as a backup if your main CO2 tank runs out. Swap out the CO2 line for this regulator and you’ve got a temporary solution to keep you up and going until you can get more CO2.
Serve Beers at Alternate Carbonation Levels: This regulator goes up to 30 PSI. That’s plenty to serve high carbonation beers like Hefeweizens and Belgians. If you don’t have a dual or triple pressure setup, you could use this regulator to serve beers at higher pressures. I would not suggest force carbonation with this unit. The 74g cartridges would be pricey. You could carbonate using your existing regulator or just as easily naturally carbonate with priming sugar. After the beer is completely carbonated, use this to serve at the higher pressure.
As of this posting, AIH has this marked down to $28.31. That’s a $41.68 savings from list. Check AIH for up to the minute price and availability.
Stacks With: As of this posting, AIH’s Annual Talk Like a Pirate Sale is on. That discounts most things by 13%. That stacking deal makes this $24.62. Use coupon code LOOT to get the deal.
Briess Munich Dry Malt Extract 1 Lb via Adventures in Homebrewing
From the product description, check product page for current description, price and availability:
CBW Munich DME (dry malt extract) is 100% pure malted barley extract made from 100% malt and water.
CBW Munich DME is made from 50% Base Malt and 50% Briess Bonlander Munich Malt 10L to produce a very rich, malty, amber colored extract. Bonlander Munich Malt 10L is a European-style Munich Malt characterized by clean, slightly sweet, rich malty flavor and contributes golden amber leaning toward orange hues. All Briess malts are produced frm AMBA/BMBRI recommended 2-Row Malting Barley varieties.
CBW Munich DME can be used in the production of all extract beer styles and to adjust the color, flavor and gravity of all grain beers.
As of this posting, this marked down to just $3.24 per lb. Check product page for current price and availability.
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via Adventures in Homebrewing. Brand new Cornelius keg lids w/pressure relief valves. Includes lid o-ring. One difference between Pin Lock and Ball Lock kegs is the type of lids that come with each. Ball Locks, generally, have a manual PRV valve, while Pin Locks do not. Ball Lock style lids are, in my opinion, superior because the manual PRV allows you to easily vent your keg as needed. The good news is that, for standard kegs, the lids are the same size and can be interchanged. That means you can use a Ball Lock style lid in a Pin Lock Keg. See: What’s the Difference Between Ball Lock Kegs and Pin Lock Kegs?
As of this posting, AIH has this marked down to $13.99. Check AIH for up to the minute price and availability.
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10 gallon stainless steel kettle from Adventures in Homebrewing. 18 gauge with one 1/2″ NPT welded female couplings. Perfect for a 1/2″ ball valve assembly on the outside and a bazooka screen on the inside. Pot measures approximately 14″ (diameter) by 16.5″ (height) and weighs just under 10 lbs. Inner Dimensions are 13 5/8″ wide x 16 1/4″ high. The inside of the pot features 1/4 gallon markings from 1/4 gallon to 10 gallons.
As of this posting, this is on sale for just $59.99. Check product page for current price and availability.
Adventures in Homebrewing sale page is consistently a great spot to find homebrew deals. The selection often features faucets, deals on kegs – new and used, pin lock and ball lock – recipe kits, kettles, pumps, jockey boxes, grain mills and a lot more. AIH typically says the sale features savings up to 40% off, but often you can save even more. Selection and availability change frequently. No coupon code or promo code is required. Deals are reflected on each product page.
About: “Calypso Pellet Hops are a Dual Purpose hop with a pleasantly complex fruity, citrusy aroma, hints of pear, apple, sweet lemon lime brilliance, as well as notes of earthy tea, hints of unique tropical fruit aroma. Typical Brewing Styles: Ale, Stout, and Barley Wine. (1 lb Reusable bag)”
As of this posting, AIH these marked down $10 per lb to $14.99. Check the product page for up to the minute price, description and availability.