Extract Beer Kits
Geterbrewed has been experimenting with their range of extract beer kits and have
added a new range of exciting extract beer brewing kits that have a
specific focus on premium quality ingredients and innovative new beer
What are Extract Beer Kits?
Beer Kits are considered the next step after homebrewers have tried a
beer kit, the addition of steeping grains to the brewing process and the
adding of hops throughout the boiling process allows homebrewers to
add a fresh malt flavour and beautiful hop profile creating impressive
results. Extract brewing doesn’t require a lot of equipment and you can
upgrade from kit brewing with a large stovetop pot and a copper chiller,
if you haven’t got a chiller you can cool using an ice bath in your
sink, basic beer kit brewing equipment is required.
Geterbrewed Extract Beer Kits Contain
1. Premium Quality Liquid Malt Pouches
2. Steeping Grains freshly crushed
3. Hop Pellets in innovative Hop Tea Bags
4. Brewers Yeast Strains
5. Whirlfloc Tablet
6. Muslin Bags
Geterbrewed Extract Beer Kit Recipes are based on the following
- 26.5 Litre Boil Volume
- 23 Litres at the end of the boil
- 21 Litres into the fermenter
- 19 litres packaged
How to Brew Great beer from Extract?
The Key to successful extract brewing takes three things;
Sterilization as with all types of brewing this is key to successful
brewing, good sanitation practices throughout the brew day
2. Temperature Control, accurate infusion temperatures and controlled fermentation temperatures
Freshness of the ingredients, Geterbrewed have a high stock turnover so
you always get fresh ingredients, we mill our malt fresh the day it's
dispatched plus we have the latest hop harvest and brewers yeast
strains. All our extract kits are processed by hand so you are sure to
get a quality service
What is Malt Extract?
Extract Starts out in the brewhouse just like any other beer, to make
malt extract the wort is transferred to evaporators after the boiling
stage instead of going to the fermenter. Geterbrewed uses liquid malt
extract in their extract brewing kits.
Malt Extract is simply concentrated wort and it takes a lot of work out
of homebrewing, it is best described as a syrup consistency and is
generally available in light, amber or dark format.