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Our LBK Kits Have Been Updated!

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Hey guys and gals! Our LBK kits have been completely overhauled with new packaging! We've also expanded our line of Starter and Complete kits so beginners will have more choices when starting out rather than being stuck with the just the Classic American Light as their first brew. While that is a great beer for beginners to brew, not everyone likes the lighter style. Now they can choose a kit that starts with the American Lager (one of our best selling refills) or one of our Craft Series refills.

 

We will also be working on separate packaging for the recipes that will include instructions and ingredients all in one small package. There is a lot more to come. Stay tuned...

 

Cheers! :D

Check out the new kits here: http://www.mrbeer.com/kits

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20 hours ago, MRB Josh R said:

Hey guys and gals! Our LBK kits have been completely overhauled with new packaging! We've also expanded our line of Starter and Complete kits so beginners will have more choices when starting out rather than being stuck with the just the Classic American Light as their first brew. While that is a great beer for beginners to brew, not everyone likes the lighter style. Now they can choose a kit that starts with the American Lager (one of our best selling refills) or one of our Craft Series refills.

 

We will also be working on separate packaging for the recipes that will include instructions and ingredients all in one small package. There is a lot more to come. Stay tuned...

 

Cheers! :D

Check out the new kits here: http://www.mrbeer.com/kits

what about me? what specialty kit do I get now? u noe I was thinking an all booster kit!!!

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The Classic is not so bad. Mine was a big hit today with a group I met with. This was from my CAL nutrient test batch. Got rid of that whole bottle,  more than the LEO IPA.

 

CAL + 8 oz Light DME, + 0.5 oz CITRA at flameout and Servomyces nutrient.  Mr B yeast, ferment at 65 deg for 3 weeks

It was very tasty, light nice fruity aroma from the CITRA (one that smelled it suggested "passion fruit") and no off tastes at all.

Only 2 weeks in the bottle. (I know,  I know, but the no nutrient one I tasted earlier had been OK so why not :-) )

 

When I got home, I put one each of the Nutrient/No nutrient bottles in the fridge to compare in a couple of days.

 

I liked it too so I may try this again.

 

 

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@MrB Josh R 

I see Cooper's AU now sell Craft kits (8.5Gal) using Mr B ingredients that do not include HME. Can we expect that and similar from Mr Beer in US?

http://store.coopers.com.au/recipes/index/view/id/131/

http://store.coopers.com.au/recipes/index/view/id/113/

http://store.coopers.com.au/recipes/index/view/id/119/

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, Nickfixit said:

@MrB Josh R 

I see Cooper's AU now sell Craft kits (8.5Gal) using Mr B ingredients that do not include HME. Can we expect that and similar from Mr Beer in US?

http://store.coopers.com.au/recipes/index/view/id/131/

http://store.coopers.com.au/recipes/index/view/id/113/

http://store.coopers.com.au/recipes/index/view/id/119/

 

 

 

 

No. We mostly focus on Mr. Beer because that is our company name. While you can buy all of these products from us individually, we have no plans on creating recipes using Coopers products at this time.

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6 hours ago, MRB Josh R said:

 

No. We mostly focus on Mr. Beer because that is our company name. While you can buy all of these products from us individually, we have no plans on creating recipes using Coopers products at this time.

Fair enough. Not all the un-hopped malt or Hops packet are same size, but no HME is involved and they do use some Mr B ingredients . Easily translated though.

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On ‎8‎/‎17‎/‎2016 at 1:23 PM, Bhob said:

I think you should have stuck with the white spigot. It is easier to tell if it is clean. My 2 cents.

I agree. But I think you can buy white spigots separately if you want.

They look the same size. I have both kinds of LBKs so I may try it and see.

Mr B has then at $2.95 so if they fit you could get with your next order.

You can get them other places too, but maybe a bit more expensive.

e.g. Home Brew store https://www.jaysbrewing.com/store/Spigot-Bottling?search=spigot&description=true&sort=relevance&order=DESC

(This store does not mail order yet.)

 

@Mr B Josh - Are the Black and White spigots interchangeable in the LBK??

 

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