Handcrafted Homebrewing Kits, Beer, Wine & Kombucha Making Kits – Box Brew Kits

Box Brew Kits. Craft your own beer, wine & kombucha - in style.

 

Here at Box Brew Kits, we're on a mission to brew outside the box. Since 2013, we've been handcrafting snazzy small-batch beer, wine and kombucha making kits at our Boston shop. Founded by myself and fellow homebrewer Bobby Gaglini, Box Brew Kits began as a quest to design a better way to brew - we wanted a compact, beautiful setup that looked right at home on a kitchen countertop; a fun, approachable kit that inspired us to tackle the rewarding process with an element of style.

Since then, we've expanded to offer lots of sizes and styles, even adding wine and kombucha kits to the Box Brew Kits lineup. Whether it be woodworking or brewing great beer and wine, we celebrate the craft of creating something beautiful from scratch. We're thrilled to share that enthusiasm with you, and our customers around the world. Cheers!

- Mike Langone

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

The Handcrafted Kombucha Kit

The Handcrafted Kombucha Kit

8 reviews

$99.00





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Autumn Kombucha Tea Blend - Loose Leaf Black and Oolong Teas (for 3 batches)

1 review

$9.99





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Solstice Kombucha Tea Blend - Loose Leaf Black Tea Blend (for three batches)

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$9.99





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Vernal Blossom Kombucha Tea Blend - Loose Leaf Black and Green Teas (for three batches)

1 review

$9.99





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SCOBY - Symbiotic Culture of Bacteria and Yeast (One Culture)

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$14.99





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Handcrafted Small-Batch Beer Making Kits

The Taster - 1 Gallon beer making kit

8 reviews

$79.00





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Microbrewer - One gallon beer making kit

2 reviews

$159.00





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QuarterMaster - 1 Gallon beer making kit with bottles

3 reviews

$189.00





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The Long Neck - 1 Gallon beer making kit with 8 cobalt blue bottles

1 review

$209.00





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Double Barrel - 2 gallon beer making kit with 8 cobalt blue bottles

5 reviews

$279.00





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Small Batch Beer Making Starter Gift Set

14 reviews

$139.00





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The Handcrafted Kombucha Kit

8 reviews

$99.00





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The Brew Journal Homebrewing Recipe Logbook

3 reviews

$27.90





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The Beautifully Handcrafted Wine Making Kit

Handcrafted 1 Gallon Winemaking Kit

6 reviews

$239.00





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Chilean Merlot One Gallon Winemaking Ingredient Pack

1 review

$35.00





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Pinot Noir One Gallon Winemaking Ingredient Pack

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$35.00





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Cabernet Sauvignon One Gallon Winemaking Ingredient Pack

2 reviews

$35.00





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Australian Chardonnay One Gallon Winemaking Ingredient Pack

1 review

$35.00





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Italian Pinot Grigio One Gallon Winemaking Ingredient Pack

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$35.00





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Moscato One Gallon Winemaking Ingredient Pack

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$35.00





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Our Latest Ramblings

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Us craft beer drinkers here in Boston are wicked (sorry...very) excited. The Massachusetts Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission has just passed a new rule that permits the fill-up of growlers purchased outside of a specific brewery.

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"There really isn’t a place quite like what we’re doing": An Interview with Fermentation Visionary Eli Cayer

Urban Farm Fermentory in Portland, Maine might be onto something. Combining beer, cider, mead and kombucha under one roof could very well be the next big movement in the adult beverage world. In a locally focused craft beer world, Eli Cayer, Founder of UFF takes it a step further by not only sourcing ingredients locally, but actually foraging (that’s right, foraging) for local herbs, plants and berries in and around Portland.

We had an excellent discussion with Eli about his thoughts on the potential popularity of these fusion-type breweries, the path he took that eventually led to UFF, and various avenues for the future, including more UFFs in metro areas across the country! Let’s dive in.

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