What payment methods do you accept?
Brooklyn Brew Shop accepts Visa, Apple pay, Diners Club, Discover Card, Elo, Google pay, JCB, Mastercard, Shop pay, Venmo, and PayPal.
Do you ship Internationally?
Yes. Brooklyn Brew Shop ships Internationally.
How much space do I need to make beer?
Brooklyn Brew Shop originally designed their Beer Making Kit for New York City apartments, but soon discovered that people across the country didn’t want to dedicate an entire kitchen (basement, or garage) to making beer. That’s why the kit takes up less than 1 square foot of space. It can be left in the closet, under the sink or anywhere you want while it’s fermenting. The only rule is you want to keep it somewhere dark.
Can I use your mixes to experiment with my own recipes?
Absolutely! One of Brooklyn Brew Shops first customers turned their Grapefruit Honey Ale into a Ginger Honey Ale by grating fresh ginger into it while brewing. Brewing has a long history of people putting, what might be thought of as, strange things into beer, and you’re limited only by your imagination. The same goes for leaving certain things out of your beer. If you can’t find chestnuts (or are allergic to them), leave them out of the Chestnut Brown Ale. You’ll still end up with a great, full-flavoured English Brown Ale. All of the flavours are for you to brew, play with, and make your own.
I just finished brewing, and my beer looks crazy. Did I mess up?
A lot goes on while beer is fermenting. Your beer is becoming alcohol before your very eyes. It will change over time, and it might not even look like beer for a few days. So don’t worry if your beer looks cloudy. Everything will settle to the bottom. Don’t worry if your beer looks green for the first few hours. Hops are green, and they will settle to the bottom. In the end, don’t worry. Beer will be beer, but if you’re still not sure, just send them an email, and they will help you out.