Learn to brew with extracts that fits your personal taste at Seoul Homebrew.
Seoul Homebrew has been opening their doors to customers for distributing and supplying for home-brewing. The owners have taken their time and energy to make all of these supplies available for you. If you don’t know how to brew, you can join in on their classes that they offer. The ingredients used for classes and distribution are all quality products that will satisfy your “beer buds.”
Currently, Seoul Homebrew offers two classes a month. Every second and fourth Saturday of each month is open classes for anyone to join. If any of our readers want to try this, you can sign up on their site. Interested people can join or a group of friends can take classes together. One of the basic classes Seoul Homebrew offers is an informational class that provides the basics of how beer is made. This class is made up of information, tasting, and team building. The other class they offer is a more detailed class. It can be the first step of home-brewing. The class offers home-brew supplies that are used for any basic brewing in your own personal space. This experience would be the best way to start a new hobby. If you have more than three people in your group, classes can be opened specially for that group.
Bulk sales are another source Seoul Homebrew offers for those who already know and want to brew on their own. Their prices are cheaper than normal website listed rates. But, there are deadlines when purchases need to be made and if the minimum order is not fulfilled, in total, then the whole order is cancelled. Through Seoul Homebrew’s website, there are specific terms and conditions Grains, beer recipe kits, malt extracts and sugars, hops, yeasts, equipment, equipment kits, bottling and racking equipment, cleaning, additives, water treatment, and testing are all of the supplies that can be ordered through Seoul Homebrew.
Seoul Homebrew is still working on new programs for more people to experience. Keep a close look out for their updates on a more diversified service and programs. Beer brewing may not be the only thing that can be offered in their “home-brew.” Wine and other mixing and extracting are being planned to give a variety of options for anyone and everyone to enjoy.