Liquid Brewing Sugar (LBS)
Brew your favorite beer at home using Liquid Brewing Sugar LBS. This sugar is easy to use and dissolves quickly, plus it’s less expensive than other brewing sugars.
Liquid Brewing Sugar – LBS
Liquid Brewing Sugar (LBS), is the easiest way to make beer at home!. With LBS, brewers can make great-tasting, quality beer more quickly and with less guesswork than ever before. It’s the latest innovation in brewing that’s taking the beer world by storm. Our customers are experiencing superior quality and consistency
Gone are the days of needlessly boiling for hours. With Liquid Brewing Sugar LBS, you can make your perfect beer in 30 minutes or less. It’s simple to use, affordable and makes 24 liters of beer at a time.
- This syrup contains 100 % maltose and is used in the first stage of beer and cider fermentation.
- Ideal for pale and dry-style beers and ciders, as well as increasing alcohol content without adding sweetness.
Sanitizing every bit of your brewing area and equipment is important so that your hard work doesn’t go waste due to contamination. Use our Single step sanitizer. Mix it in warm water (7.5 litres) and soak the smaller items in it or run the solution through equipment. Doesn’t need any further rinsing with water too.
Simple steps to HomeBrew all by yourself
We have provided the malt extract and yeast in the kit. All you need is some water to mix the extract to prepare the wort and when the temperature is right, add the yeast.
A quick 30 minute procedure before you put it away for fermentation.
- Add about 11 liters of cold water to the fermenter.
Beer is about 90-95% water, so use good quality water since it impacts the beer taste.
- Place both the cans from the ingredients kit in hot water after removing the yeast packet from under the lid.
- Boil 3 liters of water in a clean 9 liter or a larger vessel.
- Remove the boiling water from the heat and pour out contents from both cans. Slowly stir and dissolve them completely to prepare the wort.
- Pour the wort into the fermenter. Add more water to bring the liquid level to the 23-liter mark on the fermenter and mix well.
- Check the temperature with a thermometer. Keep stirring and wait for the temperature to reach between 18-28°C.
- Add the yeast. Place the lid and attach the airlock.
- Keep the fermenter in this 18-28°C temperature range for 7-14 days out of direct sunlight.