Steve

Brewferm Belgian Cristmas Beer / Chrismas Ale 7L Kit -Ideal Gift

Brand new
  • £29.35
  • Free Postage

Oh and the description made me laugh also.

Brewferm Belgian Cristmas Beer / Chrismas Ale 7L Kit -Ideal Gift
 
DESCRIPTION
 
 
Makes 40 Pints
Brews In Just 21 Days
Brewferm Belgian Christmas Beer
East to use and makes great tasting Beer

Has anyone spotted the mistake?
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Pinto

The face 7L doesnt make 40 pints ? Or the fact they cant spell Cristmas.... ? [rofl]

And whilst I adore Brewferm Xmas, I'd not be paying £30 for a kit....

Beer is like porn - you can buy it easily enough, but its so much more fun to make it [wink]
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Steve
Pinto wrote:

The face 7L doesnt make 40 pints ? Or the fact they cant spell Cristmas.... ? [rofl]

And whilst I adore Brewferm Xmas, I'd not be paying £30 for a kit....



You can get 2 kits for that! 
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Pinto

Its just occured to me that they spelt the word "christmas" in the main title wrong... twice. Consecutively. [rofl]

 

The force is strong with this one.... [biggrin]

Beer is like porn - you can buy it easily enough, but its so much more fun to make it [wink]
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Steve
Pinto wrote:

Its just occured to me that they spelt the word "christmas" in the main title wrong... twice. Consecutively. [rofl]

 

The force is strong with this one.... [biggrin]



It's the ideal chrismas gift though! [rofl] or cristmas [facebook-emoticon--terrified-with-fear]
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Steve
 I could not resist and i have sent the seller a question lmao.
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Hops_and_Dreams
Brewferm kits are supposed to be pretty good aren't they? But yeah, £30 for 7l is pretty pricey!
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Steve
Hops_and_Dreams wrote:
Brewferm kits are supposed to be pretty good aren't they? But yeah, £30 for 7l is pretty pricey!


To date they are the best kit i have brewed, they do need a lot of conditioning time though, like 6/12 months.
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Hops_and_Dreams
Steve wrote:


To date they are the best kit i have brewed, they do need a lot of conditioning time though, like 6/12 months.

I haven't got that much patience!
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Pinto
Hops_and_Dreams wrote:
I haven't got that much patience!


Thats why they make ideal "add ons" to a brewing day - you can knock them up in waiting gaps during the brew day, only need a 15l fermenter (although 10L "squares" are ideal as they control the legendary krausens these kits make) and because you're making stock as well, they can be forgot about and tucked away to give them the time they need.

Then they're ready to cover the gaps or when you want a change.
Beer is like porn - you can buy it easily enough, but its so much more fun to make it [wink]
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Hops_and_Dreams
Pinto wrote:


Thats why they make ideal "add ons" to a brewing day - you can knock them up in waiting gaps during the brew day, only need a 15l fermenter (although 10L "squares" are ideal as they control the legendary krausens these kits make) and because you're making stock as well, they can be forgot about and tucked away to give them the time they need.

Then they're ready to cover the gaps or when you want a change.

Haha, but you haven't factored in the 'let's see how it's getting on' samples! I'd open the last bottle to find it turned out pretty good after all.
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Pinto
Yeah, that can be an issue [smile] I have reasonable self control tho, as I know how good these can be after a 6 month+ lay-in. If you're really in a hurry, the "smaller" kits like Ambiorix, Tarwebier etc can be fab at just 12 weeks; its the big boyz like Diablo, Gran Cru and Abdijj that need the conditioning.
Beer is like porn - you can buy it easily enough, but its so much more fun to make it [wink]
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