Welcome to Cask & Kettle Homebrew
The Place For The Homebrew Hobbyist
Summer 2016on Wednesday 29 June 2016 - 15:11:32 | by joe
Now Available!on Wednesday 29 June 2016 - 15:09:52 | by joe
Water Testingon Tuesday 28 June 2016 - 14:18:00 | by joe
WATER TESTING AND ANALYSIS
We are proud to announce that our water testing and analysis program is live.
The base testing will yield results including pH, Calcium, Sodium, Magnesium, Sulfate, Chloride, Total Alkalinity, Total Hardness, and Residual Alkalinity.
Cost for this test is $35
Having your results is great but only if you know what to do with the information. In addition to the base test, we are also offering two different analysis packages. Choose one, or both.
Package A - we will use our expertise to provide you with adjustment recommendations for 3 styles/types of beer of your choosing. These recommendations will include target profiles as well a breakdown of which additives you will need and how much to use.
Cost for this package is $15
Package B - If you have a specific recipe in mind, this is the package for you. You will provide us with all of the necessary particulars relating to your personal recipe and we will give you a customized analysis including a target profile as well a breakdown of which additives you will need and how much to use. This will be more accurate than the general broad recommendations of package A.
Cost for this package is $10 per recipe
All results will be emailed to you within 5 business days.
If you are interested in learning more about water chemistry, sign up for our class on January 28th.
Ball Lock Kegs Availableon Monday 27 June 2016 - 08:32:00 | by joe
Used Ball Lock Corny kegs are available. All kegs are sold cleaned and pressure tested, and include an extra set of o-rings. $59.99 each. Supplies fluctuate, if you are looking to purchase quantities of 3 or more give us a call - 973-917-4340.
NJ Hopz East - Hombrew Club Meetingson Sunday 26 June 2016 - 20:05:00 | by joe
Tired of brewing alone? Want to get into brewing but don't know where to start? How about jumping up to All-grain? Well we're here to help... Join the North Jersey Homebrewers Organization of Practicing Zymurgist. at 7:00 on the second Thursday each month. At monthly meetings they discuss brewing, beer, and general shenanigans. This meeting is open to all individuals who want to join. Check it out and decide if a club is right for you. Stop on by, share some beer.