Pour yourself an icy, frothy home brew

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REFRESHING TASTE… Phillips Cellars owner, Paul Phillips enjoys a crisp glass of froth from the Kegerator. Photo: Katelyn Morse.
REFRESHING TASTE… Phillips Cellars owner, Paul Phillips enjoys a crisp glass of froth from the Kegerator. Photo: Katelyn Morse.

HAVE you ever tried making your own beer at home? You’d be completely surprised with just how easy and cost-effective home brewing has become, and at Phillips Cellars they have everything needed to get you started.

The basic home brew kit starts at $145 and comes with all the equipment and ingredients needed to make approximately 60 stubbies each time. After the initial purchase of the brew kit, it will cost upwards of $13 to make each batch afterwards. It’s a very affordable and fun approach to making beer, working out to cost about 15 cents per stubbie.

For those looking to take their home bar to the next level, you can keg your home brew and pour it from tap with one of the new Kegerators. Available at Phillips Cellars for $1,100, it’s a refrigerator for your beer kegs with two taps to pour a frothy for yourself and a mate, just like they do at the pub.

Phillips Cellars owner, Paul Phillips said, “Kegging is the simplest, most cost-effective and least time-consuming way to store and serve your home brew. You’ll be amazed at how simple it is.

“We can also arrange home brewing recipes for an array of commercial beers.”

Pop into Phillips Cellars for some inspirational Christmas ideas at 119 Corio Street, Shepparton or give the store a call on 5821 2051.