The Refill Brew Pack includes all the necessary ingredients to make two gallons of great tasting beer. Each pack contains two cans of beer mix, two packets of brewer's yeast, and one packet of One-Step cleanser.
- Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 3.5 x 4.8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3 pounds
- Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
- ASIN: B0013M0JYQ
- Item model number: 60043
At bottling it smells of banananas an citrus. After carbonating and conditioning, it tastes like a clean, quality wheat beer with a hint of oranges. I’ve made this refill, sometimes adding a little honey, several times and I’ll continue to keep in my brewing rotation.
As for the reviewer that mentioned a broken bag of one step cleaner. This seems to be an issue with Mr. Beer. I have seen alot on the internet, specifically the Mr Beer website, where other people have had similar problems. Mr. Beer needs to do something about their shipping department to address this issue. Personally, I have ordered directly from Mr. Beer without any issues, but it seems ripped booster and one step bags and dented cans are common. This BY NO MEANS diminishes the quality of the Mr. Beer products. These guys produce top-quality beer mixes and make homebrewing easy for the beginner.
my co-workers love it!
One of my favorites
I’ve only been homebrewing for about 6 months. I’ve really only been doing extracts and using Mr. Beer primarily. Keep in mind I’m not a hop head. I like stouts and malty beers. I like the aromas and flavor from hops but not the bitter flavor. Wanted to give you a reference point for my personal tastes and experience. I’m planning on making another batch soon. If you look on the Mr. Beer forum, you’ll see many people like the Witty Monk pack.
Now to a different point…are you are brewing the beer correctly? As long as you are patient and wait longer than the recommended times. You’ll end up with great beer. You really need to ferment for 2 weeks at least, carb for 2 and then condition for 2 more weeks for a total of 6 weeks at minimum. Conditioning it longer is also a good idea. I condition at least 4 weeks if not more. I’m sure it’s for marketing that they say beer in as little as 2 weeks. But NO beer product will be good in two weeks regardless of who or what you are buying. It just takes time to make good beer. If you have questions or concerns about brewing look up various homebrewing forums online. Most people end up disappointed with the beer because they “messed” up making it. It wasn’t actually the beer itself. That being said, Mr. Beer’s standard recipes are only ok since it’s their cheaper introductory beers (one can of malt and one packet of booster). Aside from personal tastes as long as you get the premium or deluxe Mr. Beer products (two can of malt) you won’t be disappointed.
Can’t beat the price on the subscription, or the quality if new to extract brewing
I think these kits are a great value, and could not be easier to augment or replace nearly anyone’s commercial beer drinking.
TIP: When bottling, use 2L coke bottles. You are done in a jiffy, and you can recap and enjoy the beer days later, it will be fine.
Even the “cheaper” non premium kits are good for what they are. Find the links to the 4 for 3 free shipping deals. Can’t be beat.
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