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Adjuncts, Oak and More

American Oak Cubes (Light Toast) (100g)

$6.95

These oak cubes (aka oak beans) lend flavours of fresh oak, coconut, fruit flavours and light vanilla to your beer or wine. Typically added during secondary fermentation during the aging stage, these cubes require a longer contact time than the traditional oak chips, making these more suitable for long term aging beers (Saisons, Farmhouse Ales, Belgian Strong Ales). Longer contact time means longer extraction of flavours (3-6 months), which will lead to a much more complex and smooth combination of flavours and aromatics.

Oak cubes are a great alternative to barrel aging.

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Burton Salts (1 oz)

$1.50

Also known as brewing salts,  1 tsp adds 1119 ppm per 5 gallons. For Pale Ales in the Burton on Trent style.

30g per 5 gallons will provide:
266 ppm Ca
63 ppm Mg
159 ppm Carbonate
631 ppm Sulfate

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Cacao Nibs - 4 oz

$13.95

Cacao nibs are crushed seeds from the Cacao plant. It is these seeds that are the key ingredient in chocolate. While not technically chocolate themselves, our nibs do have a wonderful coco smell to them, and will provide a very subdued coco-like flavor to any beer.

Our Beer Geek began to use these nibs like you would a dry hop, but in a process  coined - just to sound official - called "Dry Nibbing". All it means is simply adding the nibs to your secondary fermenter or keg for a couple of weeks (4 ounces per 5 gallons is a great place to start), allowing the beer to draw out the subtle flavors and aromas of the cacao nibs. He has had great success with leaving the nibs inside the keg for as long as 8 months! They can also be used in the boil or mash - wherever you would like to experiment with them. Any addition of the nibs pre-boil will impart some bitterness, so use a lot less than you would when adding them to a keg. ( Stone Brewing Company made a stout using cacao nibs in the boil to actually replace some of the hops in the recipe!)

Our cacao nibs go great with darker beers like porters and stouts, but could blend with any beer - perhaps a wit or a saison!

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Calcium Chloride {Brewers Salts} 4oz

$3.95

Used in place of Gypsum when sulfates are not desired. Adjusts mash pH down. 1 gram in 1 gallon changes the salt levels by 72 ppm calcium, 127.5 ppm chloride and adds 180 ppm to the hardness.

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Calcium Sulphate {Gypsum} 1lb

$7.95

Calcium Sulfate. Used to add permanent hardness (Calcium ions) to brewing water. 1 gram in 1 gallon changes the salt levels by 61.5 ppm calcium, 147.5 ppm sulfate and adds 153.5 ppm to the hardness. Use Brewsmith or other appropriate software to calculate and adjust your water.

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Calcium Sulphate {Gypsum} 8oz

$4.95

Calcium Sulfate. Used to add permanent hardness (Calcium ions) to brewing water. 1 gram in 1 gallon changes the salt levels by 61.5 ppm calcium, 147.5 ppm sulfate and adds 153.5 ppm to the hardness. Use Brewsmith or other appropriate software to calculate and adjust your water.

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Dried Bitter Orange Peel (1oz)

$2.00

Used to spice Belgian style beers, especially Witbiers. This is the bitter type of orange peels, not the sweet type.

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Dried Lemon Peel (1oz)

$2.00

Used to spice Belgian style beers, fruit beers, and add dimension to IPA's. Add for the final minutes of the boil or make a tincture for dosing at bottling time

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Foam Control (FermCapS) (1 oz)

$6.95

Eliminate the head on fermenting beer and brew a larger quantity in your existing fermenter. Foam control - also known as FermCapS - does not affect the head on your finished beer, but can actually increase the head by retaining head-forming compounds that would have been blown off during ferment. It will settle-out of beer before bottling or kegging as it is actually absorbed onto the surface of the yeast cells and filter media. Add two drops per gallon at start of fermentation. Comes in a bottle with eye dropper. Good for about 50 batches of beer.

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French Oak Cubes (Medium toast) (100g)

$8.50

Barrel aging used to be the only choice for imparting oak flavour in beer or wine. Now with high quality oak cubes you can achieve the same quality of oak flavour by adding cubes to your carboy or steel tanks. Medium toasted French oak brings aromatic sweetness, a full mouthfeel and notes of fresh fruit, cinnamon and allspice. Look for undertones of creme brulee and milk chocolate. Cubes can be used as a single variety, or custom blend with different toasts and woods to achieve various effects.

Can be added during fermentation or during aging. Recommended dose is 2.5-3.5 oz for a minimum of two to three months.

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Grains of Paradise (1oz)

$3.95

This spice has a peppery zing to it, but also brings a balance of citrus notes and an earthy pine aroma. Typically used in Belgian-Style specialty and holiday beers. Crush lightly before using and add to the boil. Combine with Licorice Root and Sweet Orange Peel for a great Belgian Holiday beer.

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Juniper Berries 28g

$3.95

Most commonly know for the distinctive flavor in gin but also works well in beers such as Porters and Stouts. Also works well in APA's for a unique change

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Magnesium Sulphate {Epsom} 4 oz

$3.95

Epsom is used to add sulfate and magnesium ions to brewing water. It is often used at half the levels of Gypsum. 1 gram in 1 gallon changes the salt levels by 103 ppm sulfate, 26 ppm Magnesium and adds 108 ppm to the hardness.

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Oak Cubes - French (Light Toast) (3.5 oz)

$8.50

Add natural and fresh Oak flavour to your beer or wine. French light oak will produce pleasant flavours of light coconut, vanilla and fruit. Typically used for wine, but can also work great in lighter beer styles, often in the Belgian styles. Farmhouse Ales, Saisons, Wheat Ales, Strong Ales, or Wild Sour Beer. Cubes require longer contact time than chips, so that flavours can develop over time (3-6 months). This will lead to a much more complex and smooth combination of flavours and aromatics.

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Rice Hulls (1 lb)

$1.95

Rice Hulls are used to aid in filterability when you are doing all-grain brewing and using a high percentage of wheat or oats and have had lautering problems. They do not impart any flavor to the finished beer. Use at a percentage not greater than 5% of the total grain bill.

Our resident Beer Geek has started throwing in a couple of handful with every mash he does. Says it seems to help in retaining the temperature of his mashes.

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Star Anise

$2.00

Used to flavor spirits, beer, and sodas where a flavour similar to licorice is desired.

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Sweet Orange Peel (1 oz)

$2.00

Traditionally used in Belgian beers, these Sweet Orange Peels will not give you a metallic taste like some other kinds of Oranges tend to do. If you are familiar with the taste of Grand Marnier, this is the sort of flavor you will find in these peels. Great for that added depth in your holiday beer, strong ales, and Belgians. Add about 1/2 ounce for the last 15 minutes of the boil. Can be combined with Paradise seed and Honey for added depth.

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Woodruff 1oz

$2.00

Used in Belgian beers and does well in Stouts Bocks and other High Gravity brews. Blends well with Licorice root

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Clarifiers

5 Star Super Moss (carrageenan)

$14.95

SUPER MOSS is a negatively-charged, red seaweed based, Kapa and Lambda carrageenan coagulant designed to attract the positively-charged, haze forming proteins together in the brew kettle and primary fermenter then settle out. Supper Moss has been formulated to mix rapidly in cold water. This feature allows it to be added directly to the bowl without creating fish eyes of undissolved carrageenan. Properly used, it can help reduce chill haze.

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5 Star Super Moss HB 1lb

$31.95

SUPER MOSS is a negatively-charged, red seaweed based, Kapa and Lambda carrageenan coagulant designed to attract the positively-charged, haze forming proteins together in the brew kettle and primary fermenter then settle out. Supper Moss has been formulated to mix rapidly in cold water. This feature allows it to be added directly to the bowl without creating fish eyes of undissolved carrageenan. Properly used, it can help reduce chill haze.

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Biofine Clear 4oz by weight

$8.95

Use what the Pro's use to clear beer and cider. Biofine® Clear is a purified colloidal solution of silicic acid, (SiO2), in water that has been specifically formulated for the rapid sedimentation of yeast and other haze forming particles in beer. Biofine Clear is extremely rapid acting and optimally added on transfer to the aging tank for optimal dispersion in the beer. Direct addition can be to the aging tank, however, emphasis must be placed on good dispersion.

Dosage Rates: 1/4 Tbsp (3 ml or 1/10oz) to as much as 2 Tbsp (31 ml or 1 fluid oz.) per 5 gallon batch of beer.

Store in cool, dry conditions above 41 degrees F and do not allow the product to freeze.

Some beer styles don't react with certain dose rates. You may have to add more to have an effect. We recommend starting small and increasing your dosage rates once per day until clarification takes place.

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Irish Moss - 50g

$3.95

Neither Irish nor moss. It is seaweed from Eastern Canada that provides the fining ingredient carageenan. Irish Moss has been the standard clarifier for years.

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KICK Carrageeenan Tablets - 20 pack

$3.95

KICK Carrageenan is purified kappa carrageenan, a high molecular weight polysaccharide derived from red seaweed. When added near the end of the boil, KICK Carrageenan binds to haze-forming proteins and other small particles and flocculates rapidly promoting an improved “hot-break” in the whirlpool vessel and improved “cold-break” during fermentation/ageing. Designed with the homebrewer in mind one tablet per 5US gallon batch is all you need. No need to stop and measure out your Irish moss.

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Polyclar VT (PVPP) (28 g)

$4.95

A non-soluble clarifier that removes both haze causing polyphenols as well as yeast cells. Mix 2 Tbls (or 5 g) with one cup of sanitized warm water and gently stir into five gallons beer. Let stand for a few days and rack off.

Polyclar VT is a coarser grade of PVPP (140 micron particle size), optimized for addition to vessels, where faster settling is required. The larger particle size also facilitates settling of the stabilizer, allowing the majority of the product to be left behind with the lees at racking.

A typical contact time of between 3 to 10 days is required, although there are no adverse effects from leaving Polyclar in contact with the wine for longer periods.

For wine use .5 to 2.5 grams per gallon depending upon severity of problem and desired affect

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Sparkolloid

A poly-saccharide mixed with diatomaceous earth. Use 1 tsp per gallon. Boil Sparkalloid with 1 cup of water for 15 minutes and add to fermenter. Wait at least a month before racking.

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Dry Yeast

Yeast (Dry) - Safale US-05 (11.5 g)

$4.95

Formally US-56, US-05 is a strain of yeast that creates that classic American profile of clean malt, crisp taste, low diacetyl, and ability to ferment in a wide range of temps. Look for US-05 to be the next popular dried yeast.

This is marked as directly pitchable yeast and there are no rehydration instructions.

Some instructions for rehydrating yeasts: Suspend yeast in 4 oz of warm water. Do not stir. Let stand for 15 minutes. Stir gently. Add an equal amount of wort to your solution. Cover, let sit for five minutes, and pitch.

Click here for the Spec sheet on this yeast

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Yeast (Dry) - Safbrew T-58 (11.5 g)

$3.95

A specialty European yeast selected for its Spicy, somewhat peppery flavor profile.
This is marked as directly pitchable yeast and there are no rehydration instructions.
Some instructions for rehydrating yeasts: Suspend yeast in 4 oz of warm water. Do not stir. Let stand for 15 minutes. Stir gently. Add an equal amount of wort to your solution. Cover, let sit for five minutes, and pitch.

Click here for the Spec Sheet on this yeast

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Yeast (Dry) - Safbrew WB-06

$6.25

Specialty yeast selected for wheat beer fermentations. Produces subtle estery and phenol flavor notes typical of Bavarian-style wheat beers. Allows to brew beer with a high drinkability profile and presents a very good ability to suspend during fermentation.

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Yeast (Dry) Nottingham (11g)

$5.95

Highly flocculant with full attenuation resulting in dryer beers. Will ferment well down to 57 degrees. Neutral flavor profile. Used by many commercial microbreweries.

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Yeast (Dry) Safale S-04

$4.95

A well-known, commercial English ale yeast, selected for its fast fermentation character and its ability to form a very compact sediment at the end of the fermentation, helping to improve beer clarity. This yeast is recommended for the production of a large range of ale beers where big flavor is desired. Used in test batches here at B3 we were pleased with the clean flavor. Initial customer feedback has also been very high. Recommended temperature range: 64F-72F.

This is marked as directly pitchable yeast and there are no rehydration instructions.

Some instructions for rehydrating yeasts: Suspend yeast in 4 oz of warm water. Do not stir. Let stand for 15 minutes. Stir gently. Add an equal amount of wort to your solution. Cover, let sit for five minutes, and pitch.

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Yeast (Dry) Safbrew s-33

$2.95

A great yeast strain for Belgian style beers, such as Belgian wheats and Trappist-style Ales. Provides the characteristic phenolics of beers in Belgium.

This is marked as directly pitchable yeast and there are no rehydration instructions.

Some instructions for rehydrating yeasts: Suspend yeast in 4 oz of warm water. Do not stir. Let stand for 15 minutes. Stir gently. Add an equal amount of wort to your solution. Cover, let sit for five minutes, and pitch.

Click here for the spec sheet  on this yeast

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Yeast (Dry) Saflager S-23

$6.95

Finally there is dry lager yeast we can recommend. This bottom fermenting yeast is widely used by Western European commercial breweries. This yeast develops the best of its flavors when fermented at low temperatures (48F-59F) yet it can still lager characteristics at higher temperatures. We recommend that you keep it between 48F-59F to produce the best beer possible.

This is marked as directly pitchable yeast and there are no rehydration instructions.

Some instructions for rehydrating yeasts: Suspend yeast in 4 oz of warm water. Do not stir. Let stand for 15 minutes. Stir gently. Add an equal amount of wort to your solution. Cover, let sit for five minutes, and pitch.

Click here for the Spec sheet

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Yeast Dry Saflager W34/70

$8.50

This famous yeast strain from Weihenstephan in Germany is used world-wide within the brewing industry. Saflager W-34/70 allows to brew beers
with a good balance of floral and fruity aromas and gives clean flavors and high drinkable beers. Click here for the spec sheet

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Yeast: Lalvin EC-1116

$1.50

Lalvin ICV K1-V1116 was initially isolated in 1972 by Pierre Barre of the INRA Montpellier. When fermented at low temperatures (below 16°C) and with the right addition of nutrients, Lalvin ICV K1-V1116 is one of the most floral ester-producing yeasts (isoamyl acetate, hexyl acetate, phenyl ethyl acetate). These esters bring fresh, floral aromas to neutral varieties or high-yield grapes. Among the high ester producers, Lalvin ICV K1-V1116 is the most resistant to difficult fermentation conditions such as low turbidity, low temperature, and low fatty acid content. Lalvin ICV K1-V1116 is a proven strain for the fermentation of ice wines. It can also be used for rosé or red wines.

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Yeast: Lalvin EC-1118 Champagne

$1.50

Lalvin EC-1118 is the original ‘prise de mousse’. It was isolated in Champagne and its use is validated by the Comité Interprofessionnel du Vin de Champagne (CIVC). Its strong competitive character, its ability to ferment at low temperature, good flocculation and excellent alcohol tolerance, make Lalvin EC-1118 an excellent strain to be used in a wide range of applications (such as sparkling wines, fruit wines and ciders).

Data Sheet: https://www.lallemandbrewing.com/docs/products/tds/TDS_LALVIN_EC1118_ENG_DIGITAL.pdf

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Flaked Product

Flaked Maize (1 Lb)

$3.00

For light style American Pilsners. Lightens color and body.

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Flake Rice (1 LB)

$3.00

Pregelatinized rice flakes are made from medium-grain rice and produce a light, clean and crisp characteristic in the finished beer.

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Flaked Barley (1 Lb)

$3.00

Flaked Barley produces lighter color in the final beer without lowering final gravity. Adds protein for body and head retention. Used especially for stouts. Flaked barley must be mashed with base malt.

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Flaked Oats (1 Lb)

$3.00

For Oatmeal Stouts. Adds a silky texture.

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Flaked Wheat (1 Lb)

$3.00

For making Witbiers and other specialties. Helps with head retention in all beers. Will leave a slight haze. Can also be used in place of unmalted wheat in many recipes.

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Grains, Hops, Liquid Yeast Cultures

Omega Propper Starter 16OZ

$6.95

Give your yeast the proper start for high gravity brews, cold-pitched lagers, yeast packs nearing expiration and whenever a starter is recommended. No more measuring messy DME. No more waiting to boil and cool. Just mix one can with an equal amount of purified water in a sanitized flask to produce one liter of ready starter wort!

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Omega Propper Starter 16OZ 4 / PACK

$24.95

Give your yeast the proper start for high gravity brews, cold-pitched lagers, yeast packs nearing expiration and whenever a starter is recommended. No more measuring messy DME. No more waiting to boil and cool. Just mix one can with an equal amount of purified water in a sanitized flask to produce one liter of ready starter wort!

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Hops

Amarillo 2 oz Package T90 Pellets

$4.95

Very popular  widely used for late additions and dry hopping. 
Typical alpha: 6.0-9.0%.
Aroma: Floral, tropical, and citrus
Typical brewing use: American Ales, IPA
US Variety
Substitutions: Cascade, Centennial, Simcoe 

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Belma 2oz Package T90 Pellets

$4.95

American bred Aus.NZ style hop. Clean bittering with citrus, berry and tropical notes in late additions
Typical alpha: 6.0-9.0%.
Aroma: very orange, slight grapefruit, pineapple, strawberry and melon aroma

Typical brewing use: American Ales, IPA

US Variety
Substitutions: Mosaic

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Bravo Hop 2oz Package T-90 Pellets

$4.95

 A new, high alpha bittering variety made popular during the hop shortage. Mostly commonly used in West Coast style IPAs for an herbal, and floral flavor.
Excellent bittering hop that provides pleasant fruity and floral aroma characteristics.
Typical brewing uses: American Style Pale Ales, India Pale Ales, Imperial Reds or anything needing some kick to it.
US Variety, 16.8% A.A
Substitutions: CTZ, Nugget, Simcoe

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Centennial Hop 2oz package T-90 Pellets

$4.95

Very popular American bittering hop that is also widely used for late additions and dry hopping. Sometimes billed as a supercharged Cascade, it has a pleasant spicy citrus aroma and clean bitterness.
Typical alpha: 9.0-12.0%.
Aroma: flowery & citrusy
Typical brewing use: American Ales, IPA
US Variety
Substitutions: Cascade, Chinook,

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Chinook Hop 2oz Package T-90 Pellets

$4.95

Classic bittering hop for Sometimes used as a late addition for its intense, spicy and resiny aroma.
Typical alpha: 11.0-13.0%.
Aroma:strong citrusy, piny, and spicy
Typical Brewing Use: American pale ales, stouts, and porters.
US Variety
Substitutions: Nugget, Galena, Centennial, CTZ

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CO2 Hop Extract - Apollo 150 gram

$99.95

CO2 extract is an extract of hops produced by extraction of hop pellets using food grade carbon dioxide under liquid or super critical conditions. CO2 extract contains alpha acids, beta acids and essential oils and is normally used as a partial or complete replacement for kettle hops or hop pellets. CO2 extract is an extremely stable, convenient and concentrated alternative to the use of hops or hop pellets.

Specification

  • Description: A golden/amber/green, semi-fluid syrup or paste at room temperature
  • Alpha Acids: Variety specific; typically 35% for an aroma hop and >50% for a high alpha hop
  • Beta Acids: Variety specific; normally in range 15-40%
  • Hop Oils: Variety specific; typically 3-12%
  • pH: 4 (+/- 0.5)
  • Density: 0.9-1.0 g/ml

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Columbus Hop 2oz Package T-90 Pellets

$4.95

Dual purpose hop with intense earthy and faint citrus character. Use in American ales.
Typical alpha: 14.0-16.0%.
Aroma: Citrus, Herbal, Woody, and Spicy.
Typical brewing use: American Ales, IPA
US Variety
Substitutions: Cascade, Chinook, Centennial

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East Kent Golding (UK) 2oz Package T-90 Pellets

$4.95

A diploid aroma-type hop, originated from a cross between Fuggle and a male derived from Cascade. Possibly the most popular hop on earth.

Typical alpha: 4-6%
Flavor Profile: Sweet, Smooth, Earthy
Typical brewing use: ESB, Porter, Stout
UK Variety
Substitutions: Whitbread Golding, Canterbury Golding (US), Willamette

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Fuggles (UK) 2oz pack T90 Pellets

$4.95

The most revered and famous English hop, known for its full bodied flavor in traditional ales

Typical alpha:3.5-6.5%.
Aroma: Delicate and pleasant mint, grass and floral tones
Typical brewing use: English and Belgian Ales
UK Variety
Substitutions: Fuggles, Willamette, Styrian Golding

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Green Bullet (NZ) 2oz Package T90 Pellets

$5.95

Typically used in lagers, but carries the Styrian characteristic of subtle spiciness that is perfect for a stout. Works well when included with finishing varieties such as Fuggle and Willamette
Typical alpha: 11.0-14.0%.
Aroma: Subtle spiciness
Typical brewing use: Lager
New Zealand Variety
Substitutions: Fuggle, Willamette

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Hallertau Hersbrucker (GER) 2oz Package T90 Pellets

$4.95


Typical alpha: 2.0-3.0%.
Aroma:Mild, herbal and floral with fruity overtones
Typical Brewing Use:  Can be used in lager typerecipe.
Substitutions:Liberty, Tetnanger, Mt. Hood,

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Hallertau Mittelfruh (GER) 2oz Package T-90 Pellets

$4.95

Noble German Hop
Alpha Acid: 3.0-5.0% %
Aroma: mild, slightly fruity and spicy, flowery and haylike.
Typical brewing use: Any German beer, Belgian Ales and Lagers
German variety

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Hops: Galena 2oz Package T90 Pellet

$4.95

Excellent high alpha variety with balanced bittering and aroma characteristics; mainly used for bittering, but finding favor as a dual purpose variety.
Typical alpha: 12.0-14.0%.
Aroma: Spicy, blackcurrant and citrus (grapefruit) tones
Typical brewing use: English-style Ale

US Variety
Substitutions: Brewers Gold, Nugget, Columbus

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HopShot Cascade

$6.50

HopShot is CO2-extracted hop resin that can be used for bittering or late additions to boiling wort — treat it just like leaf or pellet hops added during the boil. The HopShot syringe contains 5 milliliters of extract. One milliliter of HopShot yields approximately 10 IBUs in 5 gallons of 1.050 wort when boiled for 60 minutes. Test batches indicate that this bitterness may be slightly less aggressive on the palate than your average hop addition.

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HopShot Summit

$6.50

HopShot is CO2-extracted hop resin that can be used for bittering or late additions to boiling wort — treat it just like leaf or pellet hops added during the boil. The HopShot syringe contains 5 milliliters of extract. One milliliter of HopShot yields approximately 10 IBUs in 5 gallons of 1.050 wort when boiled for 60 minutes. Test batches indicate that this bitterness may be slightly less aggressive on the palate than your average hop addition.

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Horizon 2oz Package T90 Pellets

$4.95

A dual purpose hop with low co-humulone and high myrcene which makes for a wonderful clean bittering
Typical alpha: 11.0-13.0%.
Aroma: Pleasant and spicy, with floral characteristics
Typical brewing use: American Ales
USA Variety
Substitutions: Magnum

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Jarylo 2oz Package T90 Pellets

$4.95

Jarrylo™ is  considered to be a dual purpose hop by most brewers
Typical alpha: 15.0-17.0%.
Aroma: Banana, pear, orange, spicy, grassy, fruit
Typical brewing use: American Pale Ale/Cream Ale, Hybrid Beers, Saisons and Belgians
USA Variety
Substitutions: 

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Magnum Hop 2oz package T-90 Pellets

$4.95

High-alpha hop with clean, neutral bitterness.
Typical alpha: 13.0-15.0%.
Aroma:No distinct aroma characteristics
Typical Brewing Use: Bittering hops Can be used in almost any recipe.
Substitutions:Horizon

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Millenium 2oz Package T90 Pellets

$4.95

High-alpha hop with clean, neutral bitterness.
Typical alpha: 15.0-16.0%.
Aroma:Mild herbal, floral and resiny notes
Typical Brewing Use: Bittering hops Can be used in almost any recipe.
Substitutions:Nugget, Columbus

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Motueka (NZ) 20oz Package T90 Pellets

$5.95

An excellent variety for single hop bills with multiple applications.
Typical alpha: 6.5 - 8.5%.
Aroma: Lively lemon and lime tones with hints of tropical fruit
Typical brewing use: American Ales, IPA
New Zealand Variety
Substitutions: Saaz, Sterling

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Mt. Hood Ho 2oz Package T-90 Pellets

$4.95


Typical alpha: 7.0-9.0%.
Aroma:Mild, sweet and floral descendant of Hallertau
Typical Brewing Use: Bittering hops Can be used in almost any recipe.
Substitutions:Hallertauer, Liberty, Crystal

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Northern Brewer (GER) 2 oz Package T90 Pellets

$4.95

Ideal for steam-style and ales
Typical alpha: 8.0-10.0%.
Aroma:Rich rough-hewn flavor and aroma
Typical Brewing Use: Bittering hops Can be used in almost any recipe.
Substitutions: Chinook, Columbus, Perle

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Palisade 2oz Package T90 Pellets

$4.95


Typical alpha: 7.0-9.0%.
Aroma:Fruity, non citrusy
Typical Brewing Use: Bittering hops Can be used in almost any recipe.
Substitutions: Tettnanger

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Perle (GER) 2oz Package T-90 Pellets

$4.95

Moderate Bittering hop bred from English Norther Brewer
Typical alpha: 6.5-9.0%.
Aroma: underappreciated flowery aroma
Typical Brewing Use: Pale Ale, Porter, Kolsch, Pils, Lagers
Substitutions: Northern Brewer
German Variety

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Saaz (CZ) 2oz package T-90 Pellets

$4.95

A definitive characteristic in Czech style Pilsners. One of the four true Noble hops.
Typical alpha: 6.5-9.0%.
Aroma: cinnamon-spicy aroma and flavor
Typical Brewing Use: Pilsners, Kolsch, Lagers
Substitutions: Hallertau, Liberty
Czech Variety

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Tettnang (GER) 2oz Package T90 Pellets

$4.95


Typical alpha: 3.0-5.0%.
Aroma:Mild and pleasant, slightly spicy
Typical Brewing Use: hops in almost Ale, Pilsner, Weizen, Lambic, Alt, Kolsch, Munich Helles.
Substitutions:Halletua, Liberty, Fuggle

 German Variety

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Wakatu (NZ) 2oz Package T90 Pellets

$5.95

 A dual use hop Bred from 2/3 Hallertau Mittelfrüh, open pollinated by 1/3 New Zealand derived male
Typical alpha: 6.5-8.5%.
Aroma: Restrained floral notes and freshly zested lime
Typical Brewing Use: lager
Substitutions: Hallertau, Liberty
NZ Variety

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Willamette Hop 2oz package T-90 Pellets

$4.95

American grown all purpose hop derived from Fuggle.
Typical Alpha: 4-5% AA
Aroma: woody, earthy, fruity
Typical Brewing Use: Use in any English or American Ale
Subsitutions: Fuggle

USA Variety

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Malt Extract

Briess Munich Malt LME 1.5lb

$6.00

Briess Munich Unhopped Liquid Malt Extract has a Fermentability of 75%. This specialty malt extract is made using a traditional multiple step mashing process to achieve higher levels of fermentability. It is a very rich, malty, amber colored extract. Ingredients: 50% Base Malt, 50% Munich Malt. 8°Lovibond. This can be used in the production of rich, malty beer styles such as Oktoberfest/Marzen or Bock beers. May be blended with other extracts to add increased color and malty character to any recipe.

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Briess Amber DME 1KG

$14.95

Sparkling Amber is a rich malty, caramel-flavored extract that is excellent when used alone or with specialty malts for extract brewing. It is also well suited for boosting gravity and color adjustment in all-grain beers. Made from Base Malt, Caramel Malt 60 °L, and Munich Malt. Color: 10.0 °L.

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Briess Bavarian Wheat DME 1KG

$14.95

Briess Dried Malt Extract- Bavarian Wheat can be used alone, or with specialty malts, to brew wheat beers of all styles. Excellent for boosting gravity, or enhancing mouth feel, body and head. Made from base malt and wheat malt that equates to 65% Wheat / 35% Barley. Color: 3 °L.

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Briess Pilsen Light DME 1KG

$14.95

Briess Dried Malt Extract- Pilsen is the lightest colored brewer's grade malt extract available. Use alone for light-colored beers, or with specialty malts to brew beers of all styles. Excellent for boosting gravity and yeast propagation. Made from Pilsen Malt and Carapils® Malt.. Color: 2.0 °L.

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Briess Pilsen Light DME 2 KG

$24.00

Briess Dried Malt Extract- Pilsen is the lightest colored brewer's grade malt extract available. Use alone for light-colored beers, or with specialty malts to brew beers of all styles. Excellent for boosting gravity and yeast propagation. Made from Pilsen Malt and Carapils® Malt.. Color: 2.0 °L.

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Briess Pilsen Light LME 3lb

$12.00

Produce a very crisp, clear wort with malty flavor thats ideal for a number of lighter craft beer styles. This fresh extract syrup is one of our best sellers. Perfect for pale ales and light lagers.
100% barley malt extract
Pilsen Malt is made with Base malt and Carapils malt
Fermentability of 80%
Creates wort color typically 1.5 °L to 3.0 °L with a usage rate of 6 lbs. per 5 gallons

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Briess Pilsen Liquid Malt Extract

$89.95

CBW® Pilsen LME (liquid malt extract)  is 100% pure malted barley extract made from 100% malt and water. CBW Pilsen Light can be used in the production of all extract beer styles and to adjust the color, flavor and gravity of all grain beer.

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Briess Traditional Dark DME 1 KG

$14.95

Briess Dried Malt Extract- Traditional Dark is produced from a big grist, this intense malty flavored extract is excellent for color adjustment.
Made from Base Malt, Caramel Malt 60 °L, Munich Malt, and Black Malt. Color: 30 °L.

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Sinamar 4 fl oz

$4.95

Sinamar® natural beer coloring was patented by the Weyermann Company in Germany in 1902, and is a gluten free natural mashed coloring derived from debittered Carafa Special 11 black malt. It will help you create a dark beer with very little roast character. It is used in breweries in 67 countries today, and used to darken Dunkelweizens, Schwarzbiers, Bockbiers, Dunkel Lagers, Altbiers, Stouts, Porters, Red Ales, Brown Ales, and even Scotch Ales. If you are a beer drinker with any experience, you have consumed a beer colored with Sinamar.

Sinamar is currently popular with craft brewers in the United States making dark IPA styles, as it imparts natural malt darkness without most of the roast and bitter dark malt flavor components. Use 1 fluid ounce in 5 gallons of wort (add while cooling at the end of the boil) to add 5 SRM of color. 5 SRM is the difference between a pale blond beer and a dark golden beer. To turn a pale golden beer dark brown or almost black, add 3 to 4 ounces of Sinamar to 5 gallons.

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Belgian Candi Syrup - Amber D45 1lb

$9.95

A rich, translucent amber Belgian syrup. Great choice for adding flavour and colour to Belgian ambers, browns and Dubbels. Features unmistakable toffee, vanilla, and toasted flavours which are created from the raw beet sugar. Makes D-45 Candi Syrup uniquely aromatic and delicious. Contents: Beet Sugar, Water. Specifications: 1.032 PPG.

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Belgian Candi Syrup - Extra Dark D180 1lb

$9.95

The premium in Extra Dark Belgian Candi Syrup. Unmistakable flavours of fresh ground coffee, dark stone fruits and toasted bread. The basis for cloning renowned Belgian Strong Dark Ales like Westvleteren 12 and Rochefort 10, as well as many others. Gives exceptional results when the goal is authentic Belgian Dark Ales. Dark colours and superior flavour. Contents: Beet Sugar, Water. Specifications: 180 SRM, 1.032 PPG.

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Belgian Candi Syrup Dark (90SRM)

$9.95

D-90 Dark Belgian Candi Syrup -- The most universal of the Belgian style Candi Syrups. Made with pure beet sugar, this syrup creates flavours of chocolate, toffee and toasted bread flavours. Also insures a caramel aroma. Contentes: Beet Sugar, Water. Specifications: 90 SRM, 1.032 PPG.

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Belgian Candi Syrup Simplicity (Blonde)

$9.95

Blonde Belgian Candi Syrup (Simplicity) -- This is a great balance of highly fermentable sugars, a unique blonde Belgian style Candi Syrup. An excellent choice for Saisons, Tripels, and Golden Ale's. Readily fermentable and creates refreshing subtle flavours such as mild honey and faint citrus. Also preferred over refined sugar due to superior fermentability. Contents: Beet Sugar, Water. Specifications: 1 SRM, 1.032 PPG.

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Carbonation drops

$6.95

This is an easy way to carbonate. Simply add one drop to each 12 oz bottle (2 drops if using 22 oz bottles) prior to filling. Fill bottle to 1" of the top & cap as normal. Beer will usually carbonate within 5-7 days, however, we recommend allowing your beer to sit for at least 2 weeks. Contains aprox 60 drops.

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Corn Sugar (1 KG)

$3.95

Use 4 oz of corn sugar to prime five US gallons prior to bottling. Priming is adding sugar just before bottling or kegging. The yeast consume the sugar in the bottle thereby creating carbonation. If you are using the Tap-A-Draft or a kegging set-up, use only 3 oz of corn sugar per 5 US gallons of beer. Corn Sugar is the common name for dextrose.

1.037 Points per gallon per pound.

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Corn Sugar (2 KG)

$6.95

Use 4 oz of corn sugar to prime five US gallons prior to bottling. Priming is adding sugar just before bottling or kegging. The yeast consume the sugar in the bottle thereby creating carbonation. If you are using the Tap-A-Draft or a kegging set-up, use only 3 oz of corn sugar per 5 US gallons of beer. Corn Sugar is the common name for dextrose.

1.037 Points per gallon per pound.

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Tapioca Maltodextrin (lb)

$4.95

Maltodextrin is a chain between 4 and 20 dextrose units in length making it only 3% fermentable by brewer's yeast. It is naturally present in finished beers, up to 6% by weight.   Our maltodextrin is composed of .5% dextrose, 2.5% Maltose, 3.5% maltoriose and 93.5% higher saccaharides.

Made from Tapioca makes this a usable product in Gluten Free Brewing

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