Making Homebrewing Fun
Cart 0

Talking Home Brewing

Pro Tips for Preparing Cocktails on Draft, Part 1

Pro Tips for Preparing Cocktails on Draft, Part 1 Dispensing cocktails on draft from a Jumper BoxTM inside your mobile bar or trailer is a cost-effective, efficient approach to providing your customers with a consistent product that’s especially convenient when the demand is high and your lines are long. KEG WHAT’S POPULAR The best cocktails to serve on draft are those that are widely popular, ordered frequently, and not weighed down by overly thick or unusually complicated ingredients.  A short list of the best cocktails to keg include: Cosmopolitan (nitro) Gin & Tonic Manhattan (nitro) Margarita (nitro) Moscow Mules Old Fashioned (nitro)...

Read more →


Cocktail Serving kits FAQ

Cocktail Serving kits FAQ

Cocktail serving FAQ What equipment do I need to have cocktails on taps? You will need one of our cocktail serving kits.  Our kits include a reconditioned  5-gallon keg which will hold 640 ounces of liquid. When creating batch recipes, you’ll want to leave a little room to shake the keg regularly, to make sure all of the ingredients remain mixed, stainless steel disconnects, and a carbonating lid.   Why do I need stainless steel disconnects? Stainless steel disconnects are much more durable and make changing out kegs easier.   What is the benefit of a carbonating lid? A carbonating...

Read more →


Cowford Ale Sharing Klub

Cowford Ale Sharing Klub

                               Cowford Ale Sharing Klub Mission                                          To promote the art and enjoyment of handcrafted brewing and to further promote the hobby by introducing new people to the art and enjoyment in the production of the many varieties of beer, ales, wine and meads available to the homebrewer. ⋅Klub Philosophy⋅ Brewing may be regarded as a science but it is the chemistry between the ingredients and the brewer that gives beer life.                                              CASK general info- CASK offers access to a great variety of beer related klub and non-klub activities. These activities are meant...

Read more →


Why I became a homebrewer

Why I became a homebrewer

Why I started Homebrewing   After being introduced to Brooklyn Brewing’s Chocolate Stout, I told my wife “I would like to try and make beer good beer like that”.  Well, that Christmas my wife bought me my first brewing bucket kit.   That was the start of what has been a very enjoyable hobby.  I have made several great friends, I have no idea how many good beers, and yes, a few not-so-good beers also.  I started and continue to run a home brewing supply business and even won a couple of awards thanks to the help from two friends. ...

Read more →


How To Home Brew

guide Homebrew how-to recipes

How To Home Brew

Beer Brewing for Beginners.   Whether this is your first fermentation or a continuation of the quest to create the perfect glass of beer, here are the fundamentals of brewing.  Beer Beer brewing can be as complex or simple as you wish to make it. There are beer brewing kits available for purchase that simplify brewing--and then there is the art of brewing from scratch.   The Key Ingredients Before beginning the brewing process. You must first understand the four key ingredients necessary to brew a batch of beer: water, fermentable sugar, hops and yeast. Each ingredient is integral to...

Read more →

Shopify secure badge Image result for american homebrewing association logo small