Beer Making

  1. Priming your beer, cider or lager

    Priming Your Drink We have to decide whether we are bottling, barrelling or using a Cornelius Keg. Once the decision is made: Carbonation happens when the fermentation has finished by adding more sugar to the beer. The yeast thinks it's finished converting all the sugar into alcohol (gives off CO2 Gas when it’s doing this) and has done its job...
  2. Beer Kit Instructions (Download & Print)

    We have a huge range of beer kits available. If you would like to check out our download guides with instructions. Look here!
  3. Beerworks Beer Kit Instructions (Download & Print)

    Here you'll find instructions for making our own brand of beer kits. Beerworks beer kits are our most popular sell kits. Read More
  4. Beginners Guide to Beer Making

    Firstly, let's look at the equipment we are going to need to make our own beer. We are going to assume we will be doing 40 pints.
  5. Learn to Brew Using Beer Kits

    If you have never brewed your own beer before then an easy way to get started is by using beer kits. See how here!
  6. Grainfather FAQ

    For those that want to try brewing beer at a more professional level. The Grainfather is the way forward. See how here
  7. Beerworks All Grain Kit Instructions

    All Grain Beer Kits by Beerworks are for the more experienced brewer. Here, you'll find the instructins on how to use them.
  8. Using a Hydrometer

    A Hydrometer is an essential item in any home brewers toolkit. It measures Specific Gravity. Richard explains how and why to use it.

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