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A Question of Style

Once you have booked your brew session you'll be faced with the tricky task of picking your beer style. From a pale lager to a velvety dark stout, to anything in between. When you arrive for your brew session, all you need to do is let your brewer know what style of beer you would like to make and how alcoholic you would like the beer. They will work with you to customise your beer to your tastes.

Getting your hands dirty

Then comes the part where you get your hands dirty. Your brewer will guide you through every step to help make a bespoke beer for you. You can bring along up to 3 friends to help out and enjoy the brewing process with you. Your brew session will take around two and a half hours, unless you've selected our all grain package then you are in for a 6 hour brew day (just like the professionals).

A well deserved beer


You'll get the chance to try some beer while you brew. Each person in your group will receive 3 tokens. Each token gets you a half pint of beer from our 18 tap bar. We strongly suggest you don't drive to the brewery so you can sample the beers on tap, or alternatively use your tokens to enjoy a soft drink, tea or coffee.

Sit back and wait for the magic to happen

At the end of your brew session, we'll move your beer into our temperature-controlled fermentation room. It'll be stored between 18C - 20C. The yeast will go to work turning the sugars to alcohol. Typically it takes 5 days for fermentation to complete, but will take longer for some ale yeasts (about 10 days) and about 4 weeks for lager.

The Big Chill

Once the yeast has done its work, we'll move your beer into our cold conditioning room. The yeast will sink to the bottom of your fermentation vessel and the flavours will marry together. At this stage, we can add some more hops to your beer to give an extra hoppy aroma. Once the yeast and hops have settled, we'll transfer your beer into a keg and gas it up ready for you to bottle.

The reunion

Your beer will be ready for you to bottle 3 weeks after your brew session (7 weeks for a Lager). Then you'll visit us again to bottle, cap and label your beer. You need to design your label in the weeks leading up to your bottling and send it in to us. After that all that's left to do is keep the beer chilled and enjoy!

Useful notes

How do I design my own labels?

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Using Microsoft PowerPoint (other tools are available!) open a blank presentation
Click 'Design' and then 'Slide Size'
Change the height to 8cm and the width to 12.4cm
Design your label any way you would like it to look. We advise against putting your design too close to the edge. Sometimes details can be lost.
Click File>Export>Create PDF
We recommend saving the PowerPoint file as well just in case you need to make changes later
Attach the PDF file to an email and send it back to us at shop@stewartbrewing.co.uk with your Craft Beer Kitchen booking number. 

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