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  • Brewolution All Grain Kit - Irish Oil
  • Brewolution All Grain Kit - Irish Oil
  • Brewolution All Grain Kit - Irish Oil

Brewolution All Grain Kit - Irish Oil

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1. select liquid yeast to enhance your beer
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WYeast Activator American Ale 1056
WYeast Activator American Ale 1056

STRAIN: 1056

AMERICAN ALE ™

Very clean, crisp flavour characteristics with low fruitness and mild ester production. A very versatile yeast for styles that desire dominant malt and hop character. This strain makes a wonderful "House" strain. Mild citrus notes develop with cooler 60-66F (15-19C) fermentations. Normally requires filtration for bright beers.

Please note:

Trace levels of fermentable carbohydrates or CO2 in yeast slurries at the time of packaging may cause a slight expansion in packages. “Off gassing” is a result of a small amount of metabolism or simply CO2 being released from the media and can occur with proper storage. This does not indicate the mishandling of the product or a decline in the health or purity of the culture. Some strains, including 1056 and 1388, are more prone to “off gassing” than others.

FLOCCULATION LOW - MEDIUM

ATTENUATION 73 - 77

TEMPERATURE RANGE 15°c - 22°c

ABV 11

GOOD FOR STYLES: American Pale Ale, American Amber Ale, American Brown Ale, American IPA, Double IPA, Black IPA, Red IPA, American Stout, English Porter, Fruit Beer

ACTIVATOR™ PRODUCT INFORMATION AND USAGE

Activator™ packages are designed for direct inoculation of 5 gallons of standard gravity ale wort. Activator™ packages contain live yeast cells in a liquid slurry. This yeast slurry is packaged in an optimum condition for storage, while maintaining the ability for rapid and complete fermentation.

Activator™ packages include a sterile liquid nutrient pouch that, when “smacked”, releases its contents into the yeast slurry and “activates” the package. The available nutrients initiate the culture’s metabolism which in turn generates CO2 and causes swelling of the package. This process will reduce lag times by preparing the yeast for a healthy fermentation prior to inoculation. Activation also serves as a viability test of the culture. Expansion of the package is an indicator of healthy (viable and vital) yeast. Although beneficial, cultures do not need to be activated prior to inoculation.

USAGE

The Activator™ package contains a minimum of 100 billion cells in a yeast slurry. The Activator™ is designed to directly inoculate 5 gallons of standard strength ale wort (1.034-1.060 SG) with professional pitching rates. For lagers, we recommend inoculating the wort at warm temperatures (68-70°F/ 20-21°C), waiting for signs of fermentation, and then adjusting to the desired temperature. Alternatively, for pitching into cold conditions (34-58°F/ 1-14°C) or higher gravity wort, we recommend increasing this pitching rate. This can be achieved by pitching additional Activator™ packages or by making a starter culture. Please see the Pitch Rate section for additional information.

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WYeast Activator Thames Valley Ale 1275
WYeast Activator Thames Valley Ale 1275

STRAIN: 1275

THAMES VALLEY ALE ™

This strain produces classic British bitters with a rich, complex flavor profile. The yeast has a light malt character, low fruitiness, low esters and is clean and well balanced.

FLOCCULATION LOW - MEDIUM

ATTENUATION 72 - 76

TEMPERATURE RANGE 16°c - 22°c

ABV 10

GOOD FOR STYLES: Ordinary Bitter, Best Bitter, Strong Bitter, Altbier, British Brown Ale, English Porter, American Porter, Irish Stout

ACTIVATOR™ PRODUCT INFORMATION AND USAGE

Activator™ packages are designed for direct inoculation of 5 gallons of standard gravity ale wort. Activator™ packages contain live yeast cells in a liquid slurry. This yeast slurry is packaged in an optimum condition for storage, while maintaining the ability for rapid and complete fermentation.

Activator™ packages include a sterile liquid nutrient pouch that, when “smacked”, releases its contents into the yeast slurry and “activates” the package. The available nutrients initiate the culture’s metabolism which in turn generates CO2 and causes swelling of the package. This process will reduce lag times by preparing the yeast for a healthy fermentation prior to inoculation. Activation also serves as a viability test of the culture. Expansion of the package is an indicator of healthy (viable and vital) yeast. Although beneficial, cultures do not need to be activated prior to inoculation.

USAGE

The Activator™ package contains a minimum of 100 billion cells in a yeast slurry. The Activator™ is designed to directly inoculate 5 gallons of standard strength ale wort (1.034-1.060 SG) with professional pitching rates. For lagers, we recommend inoculating the wort at warm temperatures (68-70°F/ 20-21°C), waiting for signs of fermentation, and then adjusting to the desired temperature. Alternatively, for pitching into cold conditions (34-58°F/ 1-14°C) or higher gravity wort, we recommend increasing this pitching rate. This can be achieved by pitching additional Activator™ packages or by making a starter culture. Please see the Pitch Rate section for additional information.

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WYeast Activator London ESB 1968
WYeast Activator London ESB 1968

STRAIN: 1968

LONDON ESB ALE ™

A very good cask conditioned ale strain, this extremely flocculant yeast produces distinctly malty beers. Attenuation levels are typically less than most other yeast strains which results in a slightly sweeter finish. Ales produced with this strain tend to be fruity, increasingly so with higher fermentation temperatures of 70-74°F (21-23° C). A thorough diacetyl rest is recommended after fermentation is complete. Bright beers are easily achieved within days without any filtration.

FLOCCULATION HIGH

ATTENUATION 67 - 71

TEMPERATURE RANGE 17°c - 22°c

ABV 9

GOOD FOR STYLES: Ordinary Bitter, Best Bitter, Strong Bitter, Dark Mild, London Brown Ale, English IPA, British Strong Ale, Wood Aged Beer, Speciality Fruit Beer

ACTIVATOR™ PRODUCT INFORMATION AND USAGE

Activator™ packages are designed for direct inoculation of 5 gallons of standard gravity ale wort. Activator™ packages contain live yeast cells in a liquid slurry. This yeast slurry is packaged in an optimum condition for storage, while maintaining the ability for rapid and complete fermentation.

Activator™ packages include a sterile liquid nutrient pouch that, when “smacked”, releases its contents into the yeast slurry and “activates” the package. The available nutrients initiate the culture’s metabolism which in turn generates CO2 and causes swelling of the package. This process will reduce lag times by preparing the yeast for a healthy fermentation prior to inoculation. Activation also serves as a viability test of the culture. Expansion of the package is an indicator of healthy (viable and vital) yeast. Although beneficial, cultures do not need to be activated prior to inoculation.

USAGE

The Activator™ package contains a minimum of 100 billion cells in a yeast slurry. The Activator™ is designed to directly inoculate 5 gallons of standard strength ale wort (1.034-1.060 SG) with professional pitching rates. For lagers, we recommend inoculating the wort at warm temperatures (68-70°F/ 20-21°C), waiting for signs of fermentation, and then adjusting to the desired temperature. Alternatively, for pitching into cold conditions (34-58°F/ 1-14°C) or higher gravity wort, we recommend increasing this pitching rate. This can be achieved by pitching additional Activator™ packages or by making a starter culture. Please see the Pitch Rate section for additional information.

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WYeast Activator Belgian Abbey 1214
WYeast Activator Belgian Abbey 1214

STRAIN: 1214

BELGIAN ABBEY STYLE ALE ™

A widely used and alcohol tolerant Abbey yeast that is suitable for a variety of Belgian style ales. This strain produces a nice ester profile as well as slightly spicy alcohol notes. It can be slow to start; however, it attenuates well.

FLOCCULATION LOW - MEDIUM

ATTENUATION 74 - 78

TEMPERATURE RANGE 20°c - 25°c

ABV 12

GOOD FOR STYLES: Belgian Dark Strong Ale, Belgian Tripel, Belgian Dubbel, Witbier, Belgian IPA, Specialty IPA, White IPA

ACTIVATOR™ PRODUCT INFORMATION AND USAGE

Activator™ packages are designed for direct inoculation of 5 gallons of standard gravity ale wort. Activator™ packages contain live yeast cells in a liquid slurry. This yeast slurry is packaged in an optimum condition for storage, while maintaining the ability for rapid and complete fermentation.

 

Activator™ packages include a sterile liquid nutrient pouch that, when “smacked”, releases its contents into the yeast slurry and “activates” the package. The available nutrients initiate the culture’s metabolism which in turn generates CO2 and causes swelling of the package. This process will reduce lag times by preparing the yeast for a healthy fermentation prior to inoculation. Activation also serves as a viability test of the culture. Expansion of the package is an indicator of healthy (viable and vital) yeast. Although beneficial, cultures do not need to be activated prior to inoculation.

 

USAGE

The Activator™ package contains a minimum of 100 billion cells in a yeast slurry. The Activator™ is designed to directly inoculate 5 gallons of standard strength ale wort (1.034-1.060 SG) with professional pitching rates. For lagers, we recommend inoculating the wort at warm temperatures (68-70°F/ 20-21°C), waiting for signs of fermentation, and then adjusting to the desired temperature. Alternatively, for pitching into cold conditions (34-58°F/ 1-14°C) or higher gravity wort, we recommend increasing this pitching rate. This can be achieved by pitching additional Activator™ packages or by making a starter culture. Please see the Pitch Rate section for additional information.

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WYeast Activator Belgian Strong Ale 1388
WYeast Activator Belgian Strong Ale 1388

STRAIN: 1388

BELGIAN STRONG ALE ™

The classic choice for brewing golden strong ales. This alcohol tolerant strain will produce a complex ester profile balanced nicely with subtle phenolics. Malt flavours and aromas will remain even with a well attenuated dry, tart finish. This strain is prone to stalling at approximately 1.035; racking or slight aeration will encourage it to finish fermentation. Please note some of the yeasts including this one can expand in the pack and this is perfectly normal.

Please note:
Trace levels of fermentable carbohydrates or CO2 in yeast slurries at the time of packaging may cause a slight expansion in packages. “Off gassing” is a result of a small amount of metabolism or simply CO2 being released from the media and can occur with proper storage. This does not indicate the mishandling of the product or a decline in the health or purity of the culture. Some strains, including 1056 and 1388, are more prone to “off gassing” than others.

FLOCCULATION LOW

ATTENUATION 74 - 78

TEMPERATURE RANGE 17°c - 26°c

ABV 12

GOOD FOR STYLES: Belgian Tripel, Belgian Golden Strong Ale, Belgian Blonde Ale, Biere De Gard, Belgian IPA

ACTIVATOR™ PRODUCT INFORMATION AND USAGE

Activator™ packages are designed for direct inoculation of 5 gallons of standard gravity ale wort. Activator™ packages contain live yeast cells in a liquid slurry. This yeast slurry is packaged in an optimum condition for storage, while maintaining the ability for rapid and complete fermentation.

Activator™ packages include a sterile liquid nutrient pouch that, when “smacked”, releases its contents into the yeast slurry and “activates” the package. The available nutrients initiate the culture’s metabolism which in turn generates CO2 and causes swelling of the package. This process will reduce lag times by preparing the yeast for a healthy fermentation prior to inoculation. Activation also serves as a viability test of the culture. Expansion of the package is an indicator of healthy (viable and vital) yeast. Although beneficial, cultures do not need to be activated prior to inoculation.

USAGE

The Activator™ package contains a minimum of 100 billion cells in a yeast slurry. The Activator™ is designed to directly inoculate 5 gallons of standard strength ale wort (1.034-1.060 SG) with professional pitching rates. For lagers, we recommend inoculating the wort at warm temperatures (68-70°F/ 20-21°C), waiting for signs of fermentation, and then adjusting to the desired temperature. Alternatively, for pitching into cold conditions (34-58°F/ 1-14°C) or higher gravity wort, we recommend increasing this pitching rate. This can be achieved by pitching additional Activator™ packages or by making a starter culture. Please see the Pitch Rate section for additional information.

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Flavour: A Guinness extra stout clone. Mild and creamy stout

  • All Grain refill ingredients require mashing and boiling before fermentation
  • Ingredients Include Vienna Malt, Roasted Barley, Cara Gold
  • With Target hops and East Kent Goldings Aroma Hops.
  • EBC 65, IBU 40, ABV 4.2%.
  • All grains are supplied pre-crushed ready for use.
  • Each kit produces around 23 litres / 5 gallons / 40 Pints of superb prize winning beer.
  • Equipment required to make (not included)

All Grain ingredients, that require mashing and Boiling. The Brewolution kits are perfect for the Brewster. Other all grain set ups can be used, though the manufacturer recommends a close to 80% efficiency brewing set up to get the best results.

The Brewolution all-grain-kits are a feast for your taste buds. Whichever one you choose, you'll get a kit from a proven recipe with all the necessary ingredients in exact quantities, including all the malts, hops, yeast and sugars, spices, honey or other.

This means no left overs or having to spend time sourcing your own ingredients. Everything is there.

Each kit produces around 23 litres / 5 gallons / 40 Pints of superb prize winning beer.

All grains are supplied pre-crushed ready for use.

Can be used with the Brewster All Grain System or any other All Grain set up capable of brewing 5 gallon batches. All Grain brewing equipment is required to make this kit in addition to standard extract brewing equipment.

Brewolution Irish Oil All Grain Home Brew Kit Instructions (PDF - Opens in new window)

CHRISTMAS DELIVERY 2018

All orders are currently being shipped out as usual, for urgent orders please order as soon as possible and choose the Express Courier option as Royal Mail can be slow at this time of year and take longer than usual. We will continue to dispatch orders until Friday 21st December 2018

Delivery Rates

UK Orders Under £65

We send orders out using First Class Royal Mail and also courier options. For eligible very small and light orders such as sachets of yeast, etc, there will also be the option of First Class Royal Mail letter at £2.45. For urgent orders please choose Express Courier only, details below:

Order Weight Standard Delivery (Royal Mail 1st Class approx. 1 to 3 working days) Express Courier (approx. 1 to 2 working days)
0 - 3.5 Kgs £3.95 to all UK postcodes £5.95 (for exceptions see below)
3.5 - 18 Kgs £4.95 to all UK postcodes £5.95 (for exceptions see below)
Any weight and over £65 Choice of STANDARD FREE DELIVERY (approx. 2 to 5 working days) or faster EXPRESS COURIER also available at £5.95 (for exceptions see below) £5.95 (for exceptions see below)



 EXPRESS COURIER Under £65 Over £65
England
Includes most postcodes - see exceptions below
£5.95

Choice of STANDARD
FREE DELIVERY (2 to 5 workings days) or faster EXPRESS COURIER also available at £5.95

Highlands/Islands (approx. 2 to 3 working days)
Scottish Highlands: FK17-99, G83, IV1-30, IV31-39,
KW all,PA21-33, PA35-40, PH18-26, PH30, PH31-42 
Scottish Islands: HS1-9, IV40-54, IV55-56, KA27, KA28,
KW15-17, PA20, PA34, PA41-48, PA60-78, PH42-44, ZE all
£13.50 £13.50

Isle of Man - please select 'Isle Of Man' as the country, Not UK (approx. 2 to 3 working days)

£18.50 £18.50
Northern Ireland - please select 'Northern Ireland' - All BT postcodes (approx. 2 to 3 working days) £14.95 £14.95
Jersey & Guernsey - please select country, Not UK - VAT is charged (approx. 2 to 3 working days) £13.70 £13.70

There is NO weight restriction for UK orders. You will NOT incur extra charges if your order is very large or heavy

UK Orders

With high stock levels all orders are dispatched as quickly as possible, usually within one working day or less, at busy times and holidays this may take a little longer. For urgent orders please select the 'Express Courier' service which is fully tracked

*FREE Shipping is available on most UK orders over £65, exceptions apply. Does not apply to Northern Ireland, Isle Of Man and remote Highlands/Islands or Guernsey and Jersey postcodes which incur a courier surcharge

Free shipping is by standard courier and may take longer than the Express Courier option, usually 2 to 5 working days

Express Courier is a 1-2 working day service available for all items for £5.95 to eligible postcodes, deliveries are Monday to Friday and there are no weekend deliveries available

Please provide your email address and mobile phone number for order updates and/or tracking information

We usually use DPD and UPS for our Express Courier deliveries and the parcel usually needs to be signed for. If for any reason you are out or unable to take the delivery, the couriers may attempt to leave your parcel with a neighbour for you and put a card through your door or they will re-attempt delivery the next working day for you. A calling card will be left with details of where the parcel is. Estimated two hour time slots are usually given on the morning of delivery to help with delivery. You can enter an alternative shipping address at the checkout such as your place of work, etc, if you know you will be out, or we can add a delivery note to your parcel such as 'Please leave with a neighbour' or 'Please leave in porch' if you email us any specific delivery instructions after placing the order and we are more than happy to add them to your parcel for you.  The couriers will follow any instructions whenever possible but it is at the discretion of the delivery driver and cannot be guaranteed. Orders left in a place specified by the customer are at the customers own risk.

Royal Mail Delivery - We offer First Class delivery options for Royal Mail on most orders up to around 18Kgs in weight, delivery times with Royal Mail can really vary, the First Class service is generally 1 to 2 working days (Monday to Saturday, although these are guide times only and can take much longer especially during busy periods. Orders may be upgraded to a faster courier service at our discretion if your parcel needs to be due to size/weight.

IMPORTANT - For urgent orders you must please select the Express Courier option, the Royal Mail service is slower and can in some cases take much longer. In the case of any problems courier deliveries can be resolved much more quickly. Please always check at your local sorting office where Royal Mail will take any parcel they cannot deliver for any reason.

Shipping prices are calculated automatically and are limited to a maximum charge of £5.95 for most UK postcodes 

Does not apply to;

Northern Ireland, Isle Of Man and remote Highlands/Islands postcodes

Scottish Highlands & Islands affected postcodes:

Channel Islands - Please select Guernsey / Jersey as country. Other Channel Islands use UK > Highland/Islands options. 

Scilly Isles

VAT will be charged on all International orders (including The Channel Islands)

BFPO orders
Unfortunately due to courier restrictions we are unable to accept orders to BFPO addresses. Any orders placed to BFPO addresses will be cancelled.

INTERNATIONAL ORDERS - Please see rates below

We ship to many countries and the list is being added to whenever possible, please select the correct country on the drop down menu. International shipping rates are priced on weight and value, and are limited to 25kgs per parcel. If your order exceeds 25kgs the shipping cost is based on the number of parcels needed to send the order. If needed we will contact you with any problems on international shipping restrictions. Please note the following;

Please always supply a telephone number with your order as we need to supply the couriers with one

We cannot ship pressurised containers such as CO2 bulbs overseas

Glass items will be packed as well as possible but we cannot guarantee glass items on overseas orders

The cost of shipping does not include any taxes or customs charges which some countries charge. It is the responsibility of the customer to pay any charges on international orders.

Please contact us with any questions regarding international shipping

Shipping rates based on orders per 25kgs:

International Shipping Rates

Country  Rates
Australia £153.80
Austria £36.22
Belgium £15.28
Canada £133.24
Czech Republic £36.22
Denmark £13.92
Estonia £66.79
Finland - Sorry, we are unable to deliver to Finland Not available
France £13.92
Germany £13.92
Greece £29.44
Hungary £15.28
Ireland (Republic Of) £17.26
Italy £29.44
Latvia £17.26
Lithuania £36.22
Luxembourg £15.28
Monaco £13.92
Netherlands £15.28
New Zealand £153.80
Norway - Sorry, we are unable to deliver to Norway N/A
Poland £36.22
Portugal £29.44
Romania £66.79
San Marino £36.22
Slovenia £36.22
Spain £29.44
Sweden £36.22
Switzerland (Includes customs charge) £66.79
Turkey £66.79
USA £133.24

 

 

Returns

Can I return my order?

We want you to be 100% happy with your order from Home Brew Online and have total confidence ordering from us. We will accept returns for the usual reasons detailed below. When returning any item to us it is very helpful to email us first with details to enable us to help you and process it as effectively as possible.

What do I do if I receive the wrong item?
Please email or call us to inform us of the mistake and we will advise how to return the incorrect item(s) where necessary and resolve as quickly as possible for you.

What do I do if my order arrives damaged?
Please email or call us to inform us of the damage and we will arrange to replace or exchange whichever is best, please do not dispose of anything until we have resolved for you as it may need to be recovered.

What do I do if my order is faulty when it arrives?
Please email or call us to inform us of the fault and we will provide details of how to return the faulty item(s) where necessary and arrange for a replacement. Please do not dispose of any item until we have resolved for you.

What do I do if my order develops a fault after it has been used?
Please email or call us to report any problems with a product, as we can resolve and replace any items if necessary. Many products have guarantees and we will help wherever possible. Products that have been used must not have been misused, and please keep the damaged or faulty items as they may be needed or exchanged. 

What do I do if I change my mind about something when it arrives?
Please email or call us with any item you have changed your mind about and wish to return. Items can be returned up to 30 days from date of delivery. Orders over the Christmas period can be returned until the end of January. Items returned due to no fault of our own may incur a 10% re-stocking fee. Postage paid for the delivery of your order is non-refundable. Your remaining refund will be credited after the returned goods have been checked over and must be fit for re-sale. Please do not return goods which aren’t in their original, re-saleable condition. We won’t send out items to other customers that have been returned and aren’t in perfect condition. Any items returned which are not in perfect, original condition won’t be credited so please ensure adequate packing methods are used.

Can I return my item personally?
Yes, if you live nearby and it is more practical to hand deliver an item please contact us.

Who pays the return postage costs?
If the order needs to be returned because of a fault or a mistake on our part then your postage costs will be refunded. We will refund reasonable costs up to the value of 1st Class Royal Mail recorded. If the order is returned because it wasn't suitable or you changed your mind the postage costs are your responsibility. Returned items are your responsibility until we receive them so please use an appropriate service such as Royal Mail recorded. If an item is going to cost more than £15 to return please let us know as this is our maximum postage credit amount, we will arrange for collection in these circumstances.

How will I know if you have received my returned item?
You will automatically receive a confirmation email when your returned item is received.

How long will my return take to process?
We aim to process your return as quickly as possible and usually complete them within a week. Please allow slightly longer at seasonal peaks.

How will I know when my return is completed?
You will receive an email to update you when your return is completed to let you know either that your replacement product is on its way or that your refund has been processed.

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