Welcome to to our (digital) home brewery. Here you can find a list of the home brew equipment we have, what it does, and, for a lot of it, you can learn how to build it. If you’re an all grain home brewer, or want to learn how to brew all grain, you really need the right home brew equipment.
This is not an exhaustive list of equipment for home brewing. A lot of people prefer different equipment for home brewing that will accomplish the same thing. Some home brewers prefer to use more or less equipment. This is what we have or what we’re familiar with.
We’re the first to admit that we don’t have an extremely sophisticated set up. We’ve seen some very interesting home brew setups with some very sophisticated equipment, all sorts of pipes, and things like that. We like to keep things simple and make beer the old fashioned way.
That’s not to say that there’s anything wrong with more sophisticated home brew setups, it’s just not the way we do it! If you have something similar to us, or different, feel free to share it, we’re always keen to learn about cool new home brew equipment and how it can help your brewing.
Confused by all this stuff does? Check out our basics of home brewing section, this outlines some basics for all grain brewing. Otherwise check out the equipment below and then move on to home brew recipes.
If you’re completely new to home brewing, welcome! The equipment below may seem daunting, so check out out post on how to get started in home brewing for information on what to look for in starter kits.
This section is still under construction. Over time, there will be full pages and tutorials on all of our home brew equipment. Thanks for your patience.
- 32 litre stock pot
- Bottle Capper
- Bottle Cleaner
- Gas Burners
- Immersion Wort Chiller
- Mash Tun
- STC-1000 (Thermostat)
- Temperature Control
Some of this equipment has been purchased, some of it has been built, and some of it has been re-purposed/added too/put together. Whatever it is, we’ve tried to outline it thoroughly. Readers are always welcome to ask questions though.
The great thing for people just getting started, a lot of this equipment comes with basic home brew starter kits. We’ve only had to expand our equipment as we got more and more into all grain and slightly more sophisticated brewing methods.
While our opinion is all of these things are needed to successfully do all grain home brewing, some of them can be done without. But of course, the better the equipment, the better the product. So we recommend sparing no expense!