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Keystone Homebrew Supply - Montgomeryville

Introductory Beer- or Winemaking Class for Two at Keystone Homebrew Supply (Up to 55% Off)

The Fine Print

  • Expires Dec 31st, 2012.
  • Limit 1 per person, may buy additional additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required; subject to availability. 48 hr cancellation notice required. Must be 21 or older. Must use promotional value in 1 visit.
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Questions and Answers 3 questions

Q:

Is this for the intro to winemaking from grapes or from kits?

Matt G.  asked on  Sep 30, 2012

A:

This class focuses on making wine from kits.

Keystone Homebrew Supply  from  Merchant  replied on  Oct 1, 2012

Q:

If attending the wine making or beer brewing class, do you get to take anything home with you ie) will I have beer or wine brewed to take home with me for future bottling?

Lindsay L.  asked on  Sep 30, 2012

A:

No, the equipment and ingredients are sold separately. There is a winemaking demonstration during the class, and as part of that you will get some hands-on experience filling a bottle with finished wine. You will be able to take that bottle of wine home with you, but the batch that we make in class that day will need to be fermented here at the store. We do hand out some great coupons during class (including $25 off a starter equipment kit), that are available only to people who attend one of our classes. You also get to try some tasty samples while you learn!

Keystone Homebrew Supply  from  Merchant  replied on  Oct 1, 2012

Q:

Will the class be showing us how to make our own wine?

Lisa B.  asked on  Sep 30, 2012

A:

Yes! For this introductory class, we will demonstrate how to make wine from a wine kit. Wine kits make it easy to get started in the hobby, since they come with high quality concentrated grape juice, winemaking yeast, oak (if appropriate) and any other ingredients you would need to produce the wine. There are hundreds of wine kits to choose from at our stores, and there is no need to crush or press any grapes! You can get the fermentation started in less than 30 minutes, and the wine will be ready to bottle in 1 to 2 months.

Keystone Homebrew Supply  from  Merchant  replied on  Oct 1, 2012

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