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The variety of implements for home brewing has never been better. 

Brew Mart is a specialist in equipment for home brewing which will enable you to keep your yeast happy and your wort or must safe in either plastic, glass or stainless steel fermenters.

If you are after homebrewing apparatus such as barrels and barrel spares plus buckets, fermenters and spares, you have come to the right place.

Items for home brewing also includes stills for making spirits, all the bottles and spares, caps and corks, plus books to help you on your way.

Cleaning and sterilising is a must for homebrew items, plus filter presses and spares, mashing, measuring items and syphons.

Brew Mart has all the beer brewing equipment you will ever need right here.

Brewing equipment is the tools and vessels used to brew beer, wine, cider and spirits, which usually includes fermentation, refrigeration, and cleaning and sterilising systems. 

Impact on the Environment.

Homebrewing reduces the environmental impact of fermented beverages. It uses less packaging and transportation than commercially brewed beverages and uses refillable jugs, reusable bottles, or reusable containers.

Archaeologists uncovered ancient beer making items in an underground room built between 3400 and 2900 BC in China. 

They provided the earliest evidence of beer-making in China, indicating that people had mastered the beer makingtechnology around 5,000 years ago.

In recent years, the epicentre of the beer brewing equipment industry in the global market has been increasing. The main manufacturing capacity of beer brewing equipment manufacturing is concentrated in Europe and Asia.  

 Beer and Wine Making Tools

Which is easiest to make wine or beer?

Making wine or cider requires fewer steps than making beer. It is what Brew Mart recommends if you're starting on your homebrew journey. 

Winemaking involves adding yeast to fruit juice and waiting. Whether you press the juice yourself or buy it from a store, how you get your juice is the most important choice you can make.

What is beer brewing equipment called?

Fermentation Vessels are the tanks, barrels, or other vessels where you hold the wort while it ferments into beer. 

What do I need to homebrew beer?

Before beginning your brewing journey, you must first understand the four key ingredients necessary to brew a batch of beer: water, fermentable sugar, hops, and yeast. Each component is integral to the recipe and must be cooked in a certain way to yield a successful batch of brew.

What are the four essential ingredients in beer?

  1. Grain (primarily malted barley but other grains are available), 
  2.  Hops (grown worldwide in many varieties), 
  3. Yeast (responsible for fermentation; based on style-specific strains), 
  4. water (accounts for up to 95 per cent of beer's content)

Seven Essential Pieces of Wine Making Apparatus Are

  1. Primary Fermenter: A primary fermenter is a key to winemaking. It helps if you have something to hold the juice you will use during the fermentation process. A fermenter that is at the very least twenty per cent larger than the amount of wine you wish to make. Ideally, the fermenter should be made of a material that can be easily cleaned and sterilized —something food grade.
  2. Secondary Fermenter: A secondary fermentation container aims to eliminate air contaminating the wine. Clear glass containers, such as demijohns, are a great place to start as they can be cleaned and sanitized easily. Keeping your containers small may be a good idea; a one-gallon size is excellent. 
  3. Air Lock: You will need an airlock for the initial and secondary fermenter. The airlock is a simple one-way valve that allows the carbon dioxide to escape and does not allow air to enter.
  4. Hydrometer: The hydrometer is an essential item of  the home brew tools. The hydrometer allows you to take recordings of the fermentation process. 
  5. Tubing: It is advisable to use about six to eight feet of tubing, three to four centimetres in diameter. Clear tubing allows you to keep track of the flow of the wine as you rack and clear the wine off the sediment. 
  6. Bottles: When your wine is ready, you will require something to store it. Homebrew wine bottles are available in different sizes and with various closures.
  7. Closures: Wine bottle closures can be swing top closures. However, an exquisite way is to use corks and shrink caps.
  8. The Corker: If you wish to use corks, it is easier to use a corker. Corkers are available in different sizes, from hand-corkers, which take a bit of force, to a corker that stands on the floor.
  9. A Funnel: Brew Mart recommends using a large funnel. It will come in handy for many processes during the beer making.

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