Box Brew Winemaking Kit

Mar 17, 2016

Category: Vices

We’re about to take prison wine to a whole new level. From the DIY enthusiasts over at Box Brew Kits comes the Handcrafted Winemaking Kit. Each kit is compact, portable and handsomely crafted to brew up to 1 gallon (that’s 5 full-size bottles) of vino for you and your friends to enjoy and critique.

Each batch can be enjoyed in as little a 4 weeks, though waiting longer is better; it is wine of course. The kit comes with everything you need to get started: five 750ml cobalt blue bottles to cork your wine, as well as ample storage for all the components used in the process in an attractive rustic pine box. Box Brew Kits also offers ingredient kits to make Chilean Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir, Moscato, Australian Chardonnay or Italian Pinot Grigio. Enjoy responsibly. The product is available now online for $239. [Purchase]

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