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Homebrewing Wine Kits
Largest range of homebrew Wine Kits in Ireland. Make a wine kit in 5 days from as little as €1.00 per bottle, or go for a top quality kit thats ready in 28 to 42 days.
The Australian Blends Pinot Grigio is the best selling home brew wine kit in Ireland (Australian Blend 7 Day New World Style). And no wonder! You can make a very drinkable white wine is just 7 days for about a euro a bottle.
Make an Italian Amarone homebrew wine kit for about €3.00 a bottle (supermarket prices: €30 - €35). Try our top of the range wine kits. Unless you are have paid a fortune for wines in a store, chances are you will make a better quality wine than you have ever tasted. For €3.50 a bottle, or less. The Cellar Craft Showcase wine kits are top quality homebrew wine kits costing about €4.50 a bottle to make.
Start out with Cantina Quality Fast Fermenting 5-Day wine kits, ready in just 5 days from about €1.00 per bottle, one the UKs best selling homebrew wine kits. Or the Australian Blend 7 Day New World Style wine kits, ready in 7 days: the Pinot Griogio in this range is as good as any of the more expensive ones, and is available at approx €1.00 per bottle.
Then go for something in between: a DOCs 8.5 Kg (D.O.C.s 6.5 L) single varietal grapes, or a Magnum Ultimate Wine Kits, Ready In 14 to 21 Days homebrew wine kit for less than €1.50 a bottle, comparable with €8.00 to €15.00 store bought bottles of wine.
And keep an eye on The Bargain Bucket where there are always great value special offers on homebrew winemaking kits.
Spirits and Liqueur Kits
Modern yeast technology enables the fermentation of sugar (or dextrose) to produce up to 23% alcohol by volume (ABV). This neutral base spirit can be flavoured using dozens of different essences.
The Alcotec brand is by far the most popular in Ireland; DoubleSnake is of very similar quality, but somewhat cheaper. Since we are wholesale agents for both, we are expected to have by far the widest range / newest products.
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