1. Double Ended Spirit Measurer Double Ended Spirit Measurer
    $2.60

    Double Ended Spirit Measurer

    One side measures 7ml and the other side measures 9ml. Made in New Zealand.
  2. Wine Thief. Plastic 'The Sampler' Wine Thief. Plastic 'The Sampler'
    $13.00

    Wine Thief. Plastic 'The Sampler'

    A convenient tool for retrieving a sample of liquid from a carbouy or fermenter. Has a stop valve at the bottom which opens when pushed against the bottom of the vessel, allowing the Sampler to fill with the fermenting liquid. This can then be transferred to another container for testing fermentation progress and/or tasting.
  3. Digital Thermometer Digital Thermometer
    $7.25

    Digital Thermometer

    Digital thermometer with metal probe on a 1.9m cable. Requires 2 x button batteries which are included. May be supplied in black or white.
  4. Glass thermometer 295mm -10C to 110C Glass thermometer 295mm -10C to 110C
    $14.50

    Glass thermometer 295mm -10C to 110C

    A glass thermometer that is 295mm long, suitable for measuring temperatures in the range of -10C to 110C. Compatible with the black thermometer bung (sold separately) so it can be mounted in the neck of a glass vessel with a suitable sized neck.
  5. pH 6.86 Buffer Solution Powder for pH Meter
    $1.00

    pH 6.86 Buffer Solution Powder for pH Meter

    pH Buffer powder 6.86 to use for calibration of pH meters. Designed to be used with R.O water at 25 degrees celcius. Add contents to 250ml of water until dissolved.
  6. Refractometer With ACT and LED light Refractometer With ACT and LED light
    $60.00

    Refractometer With ACT and LED light

    gar refractometer for measuring the density of your beer or wine. Many brewers prefer to use this instead of a hydrometer because they find it quicker and easier to get an accurate reading. A refractometer will allow you to take instant gravity measurements during mash run-off or during the boil. It works like a hydrometer except you only need a few drops and there is no need to cool a trial jar of liquid before taking a reading. Using a refractometer lets you check the progress of your brew so you can make adjustments along the way. A valuable tool for all-grain and extract brewers. To use, apply 2-3 drops to the prism face, close the cover and wait 30 seconds. Look through the eye-piece - the line on the screen will show the Brix % and Specific Gravity reading. This model comes with ATC (Automatic Temperature Compensation) allowing you to use the refractometer between 10 / 30 degrees Celsius so the temperature of the sample is irrelevant. It also includes an LED light for easy reading in low light areas giving a good clear display. This high quality refractometer is extremely accurate and easy to use and calibrate. Features: - NEW LED illuminated function - 0-30 brix scale - 0-1.120 specific gravity scale - Metal body with rubberised grip - Adjustable focus eyepiece with rubber grip - ATC (Automatic Temperature Compensation) Comes with: - Carry case - Pipette - Calibration Screw Driver
  7. pH 10.01 Buffer Solution Powder for pH Meter
    $1.00

    pH 10.01 Buffer Solution Powder for pH Meter

    pH Buffer powder 10.01 to use for calibration of pH meters. Designed to be used with R.O water at 25 degrees celcius. Add contents to 250ml of water until dissolved.
  8. Plastic Jug - 5L
    $16.90

    Plastic Jug - 5L

    No home brewery is complete without a durable 5L jug. This is the only size jug we stock which holds 5L. It has a sturdy handle and has a graded scale on the side to allow you to measure out different volumes of liquid.
  9. Plastic trial jar - two-piece
    $9.10

    Plastic trial jar - two-piece

    Plastic trial jar - two-piece for easy cleaning. Suitable for hydrometer readings.

    Once assembled, the main tube is approximately 26.5cms in length. The red base is over 9cms in diameter which makes it more stable than other trial jars with a smaller base.
  10. Home Brewer Water Analysis Report

    As low as: $125.00

    Home Brewer Water Analysis Report

    Get your brewing water tested at a laboratory. The first step to water modifications is to know your brewing water.
    If you buy this report, we ship to you the sample containers, pre-paid freight to your closest laboratory (Hamilton, Blenheim or Christchurch), instructions, ice packs and a polystyrene shipping box to keep your sample cold during transport.

    Completed test results are emailed back to you once available.
    We believe this is currently the only affordable laboratory grade water test aimed at home brewers in New Zealand.

    Your sample is being tested for the following parameters:

    Calcium
    Magnesium
    Sodium
    Chloride
    Sulphate
    Total Hardness
    Total Alkalinity
    pH

    The optional add on report uses the data from your laboratory water report to give you tailored advice on how to modify your water for a variety of beer styles.
    This is highly recommended unless you know how to interpret & use water analysis data.

    You can find an example report here.