Brewing Equipment

Brew your own beer or fermenting your own wine, can be a delightful and rewarding experience! Whether you’re a novice or an experienced brewer we have brewing equipment for you, so you can get on creating and sort your own brews which allows for customization and creativity.

Home Brewing Equipment

If you're interested in making your own wine or home brewing kits, there are a few additional pieces of home brewing equipment you'll need beyond the basic essentials.

  1. Wine or home brew Kit: You'll need a wine or beer kit to get started. These kits contain all the ingredients you need to make your own wine or beer, including yeast, hops, malt extract, and flavourings.

  2. Carboy: A carboy is a large, glass container that is used for fermenting wine or beer. You'll need a carboy that can hold at least 5-6 gallons of liquid.

  3. Syphon Tube: A Syphon Tube is a long, clear tube that is used to transfer wine or beer from one vessel to another.

  4. Wine Thief or Beer Thief: A wine thief or beer thief is a tool used to take samples of wine or beer for testing.

  5. Corks and Corker: If you're fermenting wine, you'll need corks and a corker to seal the bottles.

  6. Wine or Beer Bottles: You'll need bottles to store your finished wine or beer. Be sure to choose bottles that are designed to hold carbonated beverages if you're brewing your home brew.

  7. Bottle Filler: A bottle filler is a tool that attaches to the end of a racking cane and allows you to fill bottles with wine or beer without spilling.

  8. Wine or Beer Degasser: A wine or beer degasser is a tool used to remove carbon dioxide from the wine or beer before bottling.

  9. Wine or Beer Filter: A wine or beer filter is optional, but can be used to remove sediment or impurities from the finished product. 

  10. Home brewing kits or Wine Making kits
  11. Thermometers - The correct temperature is essential for any fermentation
  12. Water - 95% of beer ingredients and will need treating it before brewing is, recommend if you in a hard water area. But you don't necessary need soft, you aiming to burtonise your water for your home brew. 

Overall, while there are a few extra pieces of, Home Brew equipment needed for making wine or beer from kits, the process is still relatively simple and can be done with just a few additional bits of equipment.

The fermentation process takes around 7 - 10 days for beer and wine from 7 days - 30 days red or white the colour does not make any differance on fermentation times.


With the right equipment and a bit of patience, you can make delicious wine or beer right in your own home!