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Brew On-Premise

Our Brew On Premises is a complete DIY Beer making system completely at your disposal. Don’t worry about your experience level; our knowledgeable staff will support you with as much or as little expert guidance as you want. We’ll help you choose from our list of tried and true recipes or develop a custom formula that fits your unique tastes. We provide everything you need from recipe and ingredients to equipment and expertise. Each brewing session takes from 4 to 6 hours depending on your recipe and each batch will yield roughly 5 or 10 gallons which is roughly 4 1/2 cases (54) 12 oz bottles) of beer. for five gallons. Choose from one of our many house recipes or we’ll customize one to your specific needs. To schedule a brewing appointment simply schedule with me on Facebook or call us at 281-947-2422 or email at www.brewyourownbeer.byob@gmail.com.

 

We require booking your brewing experience in advance. Purchasing a session is required In order to lock in your brewing date. Cost of ingredients is a separate charge and typically runs between $30 to $60 depending on the beer style (invoiced separately).We are occasionally able to accommodate date changes up to two weeks prior to your reservation.

 

HOW IT WORKS

SCHEDULE YOUR BREW DAY: Choose from one of our house recipes (Listed here) or call us at 281-947-2422 to discuss how we can customize one for you.

 

BREW DAY: Make the beer! Brew day is when the fun begins! During the brewing session you’ll work with an experienced brewer to blend malt, hops, yeast and water to create beer. I will be on hand to help as little or as much as you need. Arrive at least 15 minutes in advance of your appointment. Reservations that are more than 30 minutes late without prior notice may be canceled. We’ll schedule the bottling day at this time. Up to 6 people are invited to join you and are included in the price. 

 

FERMENTATION: Leave the beer to ferment. I’ll tuck your beer into our temperature controlled fermentation areas where it will be lovingly cared for over the next two to three weeks. I will  check your beer two to three days before bottling and will notify you if it needs more time.

 

RACK THE BEER: I will prep it for bottling. Behind the scenes the beer is cold crashed and set up for bottling and/or kegging.

 

BOTTLING DAY: Return to bottle your beer. You return and package the beer into either 12 oz or 22 oz bottles. Bring friends! Bottling usually takes about an hour. You take all beer home with you that day! Bottles can be purchased from any of our affiliate links or through me (billed separately). Please note that bottles must be sanitized prior to bottling and additional time may be required to sanitize bottles. 

 

For bottling you will need one option below or a combination of bottles below; enough for 640 ounces of beer! Keep in mind that if you choose a 10 gallon batch you will need to double the amounts below. 

 

  • 54 of the standard 12 oz bottles.

  • 38 of the half liter (16.9oz) bottles.

  • 30 of the 22 ounce bottles.

  • 10 of the 64 ounce (half gallon) growlers.

 

KEGGING: If the customer wishes to keg the beer rather than bottle, the keg will be filled and force carbonated with Co2 at 25-30 psig. I can fill 5 gallon cornelius style ball lock style kegs. Occasionally I may have a spare 5 gallon keg which can be rented for $40 ($100 deposit required). *Rented kegs must be returned no later than four months from the fill date and customer pick-up. Rental deposit will not be returned beyond four months.  

 

 

NOTE: Keep in mind if you are using a keg you will need to invest in a Co2 regulator, Co2 bottle, and a place to keep a keg cool like a large refrigerator or a kegerator. 

 

 

CONDITION & ENJOY: Take it home, condition and enjoy. All beers produced at BYOB are force carbonated and are ready to drink the day you bottle them. Many recipes will continue to develop and improve in the bottle with extended time and can be enjoyed for many months to come. Rinse, clean and store your bottles upside down for reuse next time you brew.