Brew your own beer at home this summer

Become the envy of your friends and brew your own beer at home this summer with  a Mr. Beer microbrewery kit.

For beer enthusiasts, the dream has always been to make your own brew at home. You've tasted them all, taken all the brewery tours, refined your palate and know the ingredients inside and out. Now you want to create your own. In the old days, this would have meant fashioning a personal brewery out of your own bath tub.

But in the 21st century, this kind of complicated jerry-rigging is no longer necessary. You can finally make your own beer in the comfort of your own home with one of the easy-to-use and affordable micro brewery systems we offer at Today's Concept.

With the summer fully underway, you're likely to host a party or two in the coming months, having all sorts of friends and family over. What better way to impress your guests — while making them incredibly jealous —  than with your own homemade beer? You can do exactly that with the Mr. Beer 20290 Home Brewing System Deluxe Kit.

Available with its own set of ingredients – including beer mix, yeast, Booster and OneStep sanitizer – and the capacity to brew up as much as two gallons of beer in as little as one week, the Mr. Beer deluxe kit comes with everything you need to produce fresh, premium beer and do so fairly quickly.

The kegs are made from an Advanced Rez-Tech Poly Vinyl Chloride, an FDA-approved plastic that makes brewing easy but also makes cleanup fast. This lightweight material ensures that your microbrew kit is compact and portable, making it a huge improvement over the bathtub home breweries of the past.

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