[b:2cagxvvb]Craft a Beer | Design or Clone your favourite beer[/b:2cagxvvb]
Get'er Brewed are pleased to have recently launched the first in a series of new customised beer kits, this bespoke service allows home brewers to clone their favourite beer and build their own recipes, the first series is aimed at kit brewers.
Get'er Brewed are proud to introduce Craft a Beer, evolving from an intensive period of testing and a huge investment we are offering the first of its kind, a step by step beer kit building service with the freshest ingredients as always;
&quot;andrew&quot;:2uu0whbs wrote: I'll quite happily road test it for you...[/quote:2uu0whbs]
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Create your own all grain recipe with Get'er Brewed's [b:1cncamap]new innovative recipe builder[/b:1cncamap]
Step by step select from Get ‘er brewed’s extensive range of the worlds finest malts and hops. An easy and money saving way to create your own craft beer recipe in a quantity exactly to your specifications
Get ‘er brewed accurately measure each grain and hop addition, the grain is then freshly milled the day that its dispatched, packed in protective plastic packaging plus the hops are sealed in foil vac pouches measured out in a quantity selected by you. Combine these ingredients with the best yeast strains & awesome spice additions and we feel you have an [b:1cncamap]epic new recipe building service.[/b:1cncamap]
We are the first homebrew store in the industry to present this recipe building service in a bespoke step by step format plus [b:1cncamap]you are charged per gram so the value is outstanding![/b:1cncamap] You see the price per recipe prior to checkout, it’s the best value available anywhere!!
We are excited about this product, it has been a huge investment for us to produce this innovative money saving product.
As an added bonus we are offering a [b:1cncamap]free no rinse cleaner with every order of a custom grain kit for a limited period.[/b:1cncamap]
&quot;Will_D&quot;:2npht4ta wrote: Ok so I just tried a Hefe Weizzen design.
1. Malt?: I assume the malt is a 50/50 Wheat/Barley extract?
2. Hops?: Recommended IBU is 13 but your slider only goes 0, 30,60,90
Gave up then![/quote:2npht4ta]
We simplified the kit building process following feedback from its initial launch, we can offer set ibu option but lots of customers requested generic settings, so we selected 30, 60 and 90 ibu's. Do you think an addition of 15 ibus would be helpful for the likes of your hefe weizzen build?