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Here at All Inn Brewing Co, our commitment is twofold: to craft quality beer and to nurture the environment we all cherish.

By choosing Bag-in-Box technology over HDPE plastic, we not only promise a superior brew but also make a conscious effort to reduce our environmental impact.

Our Fresh Wort Kits, celebrated across Australia and South East Asia, are exclusively distributed in collaboration with our trusted partner, Brewcellar.


Brew in Bag vs. Plastic Cubes

When it comes to brewing, the method you choose can make all the difference. Here's why the Brew in Bag approach stands out compared to using High Density Plastic Cubes:

A longer shelf life

Brew in Bag is designed to minimise oxygen exposure during packaging. The result? A longer shelf life for your wort and the finished brew.

UV Shield

The packaging we use acts as a shield against UV rays, warding off "Light Strike." What's Light Strike, you ask? It's when sunlight messes with the ingredients in wort, particularly hops. This produces an unpleasant sulphur compound that's reminiscent of... well, skunk spray.

Good for the earth

By choosing Brew in Bag, you're also choosing a greener planet. This method slashes our carbon footprint by an impressive 96.97 tonnes of CO2 each year. To put it in perspective, that's a hefty 67% cut, or like giving 29 cars a permanent parking spot.

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Let's Get Brewing: A Guide

Got Fresh Wort Kit Questions? We've Got Answers!

1. Decant the cube into a clean and sanitised fermenter.

2. If desired, add 5 litres of water to bring the volume up to 20 litres.

3. Take a sample of your wort and use your hydrometer to measure the original gravity.

4. Aerate the wort and pitch the yeast.

5. If you're dry hopping, do it when fermentation is nearly complete.

6. Once fermentation is finished, either cold crash or transfer directly to bottles or a keg for conditioning.

7. Enjoy responsibly!

Our Fresh Wort Kits are available in homebrew stores across Queensland, New South Wales, and Victoria. Check with your local store to see if they have us in stock!

The simple answer is unfermented beer.

It's best to follow the recommended pitch rate provided by your yeast manufacturer. When brewing high ABV beers, consider pitching towards the upper end of that recommendation.

The duration of fermentation varies based on the yeast type, aeration, and fermentation temperature.

Generally, ales take around 7 days for primary fermentation, while lagers typically need about 10 days.

To check if fermentation is complete, measure the specific gravity (SG) using your hydrometer. If the SG remains unchanged for two consecutive days, your fermentation is likely done.

Dry hopping is optional.

It mainly enhances the hop aroma in your beer, with the specific aroma characteristics varying based on the hop variety. However, depending on the amount and contact duration, it can also introduce a grassy or vegetal flavour.

Your choice to dry hop should reflect your personal taste. If you're a fan of pronounced hoppy flavours, you might even opt to exceed the recommended hop amount on the label.

SG, or Specific Gravity, measures the density of a liquid. For wort, SG indicates its sugar content. With water having an SG of 1.000, any value above that signals a denser liquid with more sugar.

Plato serves a similar purpose but is expressed as grams of sugar per 100ml of liquid.

To determine your OG (Original Gravity) and FG (Finishing Gravity) at home, a hydrometer is your best bet. Grab one from your local All Inn Fresh Wort Kit stockist.

Absolutely! Our recommendation is just a guideline. It's your beer, so feel free to experiment.

You don't need to add water to your Fresh Wort Kit, but not doing so will produce a beer with a higher ABV and a lower yield.

Fermentation temperature varies by beer style and yeast. Typically, ales ferment at 18°C, and lagers at 14-16°C. While you can deviate from these temperatures, it will notably alter the beer's character. We suggest adhering to the yeast manufacturer's recommended fermentation temperature.

Cold crashing quickly lowers beer temperature after fermentation, making yeast, proteins, and other solids settle for clearer beer and reduced chill haze. While not a must for homebrewers, many feel it improves the beer. We suggest weighing its benefits for your particular brewing approach.

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