Except a kettle and ingredients, this includes everything you need to brew, ferment, and keg beer.
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* Mash Paddle
* Rice Hulls (for brew-in-a-bag all-grain or partial-mash brewing)
* Gypsum (for adjusting hard water)
* WhirlFloc (for stoping boil over)
* Brew Bags (for brew-in-a-bag all-grain or partial-mash brewing)
* Pipettes for adding small bits of stuff
* 2 Hydrometers
* A Vial for the Hydrometers
* A "beer thief" (for taking samples)
* Air locks
* A brew bucket (6 gallons)
* Two Poly-brew carboys (5 and 6 gallons)
* Two glass carboys (1 gallon)
* Carboy bungs (i.e. plugs)
* Sanitizer (not pictured)
* Potassium Metabisulphite (Sanitizer for wine and cider)
* Yeast Nutrient (Gives a boost for ciders and wine)
* Potassium Sorbate (Stops fermentation; a yeast inhibitor)
* Corn Sugar (For bottle conditioning)
* Super Kleer beer conditioner (to clarify)
* Racking canes (auto-siphones) and tubing (for moving beer/wine around)
* Large funnel
* Mr. Beer fermentor (good for small batches/experiments)
* Carboy drying stand
* Carboy brushes
* Freezer with temperature controller (and a spare if that breaks). Fits 3 kegs as-is, or 4 if you build a collar.
* 6 pin-lock kegs
* CO2 tank w/ 2 gauge regulator (two pressures, one carbonating, the other serving).
* Gas Manifold (for serving up to 4 at a time) with pin-lock gas lines, pre-assembled.
* Tubing/Picnic Taps
* 1 Perlick style Faucet
* 1 Sanke Tap (never used, not sure if it works)
* Cleaner and Lube, scrub brush for lines
* Lots of bottles
* A capper (no caps)
* A beer stone (fast carbonation)
* 2 sets of replacement seals for kegs (o-rings).