Handcrafted Homebrewing Kits Built from Rustic Pine and Reclaimed Wood – Box Brew Kits

BOX BREW KITS: CRAFT YOUR OWN BEER & WINE - IN STYLE.

Introducing Box Brew Kits handmade small batch home-brew beer and winemaking kits. Unlike most bulky kits currently available, a Box Brew Kit fits in your apartment and gives you everything you need to tackle the brewing process in classic style, even if you've never brewed before. Each of our home-brewing kits celebrates the rustic roots of home-brewing, and no two are exactly alike. Each kit includes complete written instructions and diagrams, a brewers' log, and more than 25 tasty recipes to try. We have multiple sizes available, capable of brewing one to three gallons of beer or wine in about three weeks. Enjoy! 

 

Box Brew Kits: craft your own beer & wine - in style.

Brewing Kits & Accessories

"The Long One" one gallon home-brewing kit with 8 cobalt blue bottles

$209.00

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"Microbrewer" one gallon home-brewing kit

$159.00

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"QuarterMaster" 1-gallon homebrewing kit with bottles

$189.00

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"Double Barrel" 2-gallon home-brewing kit with 8 cobalt blue bottles

$279.00

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"Tall Boy" 3 gallon home-brewing kit

$229.00

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Box Brew Kit caddy with 8 cobalt blue flip-top bottles

$89.00

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12-pack case of 16 oz. cobalt blue flip-top bottles

$36.00

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Handcrafted Hardwood Bottle Opener

$18.00

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The Brew Journal Homebrewing Recipe Logbook

$27.90

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Recipe Packs

All-American Amber Ale - One Gallon Recipe Pack

$25.00

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Bootlegger Rye IPA - One Gallon Recipe Pack

$25.00

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Chocolate Oatmeal Stout - One Gallon Recipe Pack

$25.00

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Cloudy Daze Hefeweizen - One Gallon Recipe Pack

$28.00

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Copperhead Irish Red - One Gallon Recipe Pack

$25.00

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Harvest Pumpkin Ale - One Gallon Recipe Pack

$25.00 $20.00

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Tropic Thunder Citra IPA - One Gallon Recipe Pack

$25.00

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Winemaking Kits and Ingredients

Handcrafted 1 Gallon Winemaking Kit

$239.00

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Chilean Merlot One Gallon Winemaking Ingredient Pack

$35.00

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Pinot Noir One Gallon Winemaking Ingredient Pack

$35.00

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Cabernet Sauvignon One Gallon Winemaking Ingredient Pack

$35.00

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Australian Chardonnay One Gallon Winemaking Ingredient Pack

$35.00

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Italian Pinot Grigio One Gallon Winemaking Ingredient Pack

$35.00

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Moscato One Gallon Winemaking Ingredient Pack

$35.00

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Our Latest Ramblings

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Based on the number of Facebook invites involving the words"cookout," "grilling," and "bathing suit" in our inboxes, it's safe to say summer is in full effect. It also raises the question, what do we bring to the party? Sure, we could make something tasty. Or...we just could grab a cold twelve pack from the store and equally please everyone.

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Father's Day Gift: How to Build A DIY Reclaimed Wood 6-Pack Holder

Although painting a rock different colors and then writing the word "Dad" on it is a pretty solid Father's Day Gift, it would be kind of a weird one to give now that you're an adult. But that doesn't mean you can't still make him something.

But what? What do most dads seem to like? Oh yeah, beer!

That's why we brought together our two greatest passions--woodworking and beer--to help you build the perfect Father's Day gift: A Reclaimed Wood 6-Pack Holder. It's a fun project for any skill level - although some of the tools we use make things go a bit faster, the entire project can also be built using hand tools.

This post breaks down the process from sourcing the wood all the way through staining it (drinking beer not included). The high-level plans shown directly below will help you move through the 19 steps on this page. Good luck. 

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9 Reasons Urban Dwellers Should Consider Small-Batch Brewing

I started, as most folks do, with a run-of-the-mill 5-gallon beer making kit purchased online. Over time, though, I began to realize how unwieldy and awkward the brewing process seemed at that 5 gallon scale. I began to wonder what would happen if I scaled down the process and tackled brewing at the 1-gallon scale. Would it be faster? Cheaper, possibly? Certainly it would be smaller and more manageable. As a new urban dweller, this was an idea I could get behind.

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