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By: Brewers World Whangarei  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Beer, Food Grade, Bottle Brush

Black Rock or Muntons Premium Concentrate Kit

- A choice of 21 different beers making two and a half dozen 750ml bottles.

Brewcraft Converter

- Adds extra malt, dextrose, and hops to enhance your beer.

30 litre Fermenter

- Made from food grade plastic, includes volume marks, stick-on thermometer, tap, bung and airlock.

Sterilizer Cleaner

- Cleans all equipment and bottles. Use before your first batch and then every five brews or if the fermenter has been unused for a long period.

Sodium Metabisulphite

- Your every day sterilizer and also removes all traces of Sterilizer Cleaner.


- Tells you when fermentation is complete.

Easy Bottling Valve

- Fits onto the tap allowing the bottle to be filled from the bottom, reducing frothing and preventing oxidization.

Mixing Paddle

- For stirring up malt, brew converter etc.

Carbonation Drops

- For easy, accurate, no-mess priming of bottles.

Twin Lever Bottle Capper

- Easy to use with standard glass beer bottles.

150 Crown Seals

- Sufficient for your first five batches of beer.

Bottle Brush

- For cleaning bottles.

Black Rock

- Black Rock are New Zealand’s premier manufacturer of Beer Kits. They produce an excellent concentrate which in turn produces a superlative beer.

Their range includes:

Lager, Dry Lager, Colonial Lager, Mexican Lager, East India Pale Ale, Export Pilsiner, Pilsener Blonde, Whispering Wheat, New Zealand Draught, New Zealand Company Bitter, Nut Brown Ale, Bock & Miners Stout.

Keywords: Beer, Bottle Brush, Food Grade, Mixing Paddle

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Shop - beer standard kit

One of England’s oldest and finest manufacturers of concentrate beer kits, Muntons combines the best of modern processing with the traditions and know-how that only experience can bring. Blonde, Mexican Cerveza, Premium Lager, Premium Bitter, Brown Ale, Scottish Heavy Ale, Midland Mild Ale, Barley Wine & Irish Style Stout. Use before your first batch and then every five brews or if the fermenter has been unused for a long period.