It’s hard to believe that craft beer behemoths BrewDog began life as just two guys (and one dog) with a fearless passion for flavoursome pints, brewing booze in their kitchen, bottling it by hand and selling it out of the back of a van.
Now you too can embark on this rewarding and intoxicating journey with the Brewdog Punk IPA Beer Making Kit by Brooklyn Brew Shop. If you’re not familiar with their signature beer, Brewdog describes it as:
“A golden classic subverted with new world hops to create devastating Kalashnikov bursts of caramel, incendiary tropical fruit and an all-out riot of grapefruit, pineapple and lychee, before a spiky bitter finish.”
This reusable kit blends traditional brewing methodology with a modern twist on the ingredients and the end result is a cool 8 pints of delicious Punk IPA.
- A heaven-sent collaboration between Brooklyn Brew Shop & Brewdog
- Learn how to create Brewdog’s signature beer
- Makes just under two 6-packs of deliciously fragrant Punk IPA
- Based on a highly-rewarding traditional brewing process
- Your opportunity to de-construct this magnificent beverage
You can get this kit here: BrewDog Beer Making Kit on Firebox
BrewDog is a Scottish brewery in Ellon, Aberdeenshire. It produces about 120,000 bottles per month. It was founded in Fraserburgh in 2007 by James Watt and Martin Dickie, moving to nearby Ellon in 2012, although the Fraserburgh site is still used as a brewing laboratory for experimental beers.
In 2013, Brew Dogs premiered on US television channel Esquire Network with James and Martin travelling across America visiting different American beer towns, celebrating distinctive craft beers and creating their own locally-inspired brews. Second season of the show premiered on 26 June.