Welcome to Sylken Homebrew

Norfolk´s Specialist Home Brew Shop since 1989

153 Bells Road,
Gorleston,
Norfolk. NR31 6AN

Tel: 01493 661471
sales@sylkenhomebrew.co.uk

Accepted Payment Methods

Opening hours:
Our Bells Road shop will be OPEN
Tuesday, Thursdays Friday and Saturday 10:00 - 4:00.

Online orders may be for delivery or collection.
You may place orders and if we can fulfill them we will send a payment request via PayPal.
This ensures secure payments and we will not take payments if we are unable to deliver.

Local deliveries (Gorleston, Beccles, Lowestoft and Gt. Yarmouth) are free for orders above £25.
Free delivery for orders over £50 within a 30 mile radius of Gorleston.

Visit our shop at Bells Road

Sylken Homebrew Gorleston

Sylken Homebrew Norfolks specialist shop.

Can't see what you are looking for?
Give us a call, if we haven't got it we can probably get it!
Shop online. Orders placed online will be prepared for delivery or collection (payment instore if required) before we send a payment request.

Delivery charges where applicable will be added.

Still Spirits and Alcotec products at low prices instore.

Sylken Spirit Gorleston

Looking for quick wine, we have stocks of Cantina 5 day kits.

Go to Cantina wines

Sylken Beer Kits

Sylken Beer Kits

Each kit contains 1.5 Kg of concentrated brewers wort and sachets of hop extract and brewing yeast.
Add 1kg brewing sugar (dextrose) for a light bodied beer, or a mix of dried malt and dextrose or unhopped liquid malt for a full flavoured brew. Makes 40 pints.

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Special Offer: Premium package Beer kit + 1Kg Beer Booster + Free 20gm hop teabag only £18.75

Hints and Tips
Brewing and Winemaking

For reliable fermentation of wines, beers and ciders ALWAYS use a thermometer to check the temperature of the wort or must before adding the yeast and to monitor temperature during the process. Do not assume that because it is in "a nice warm room" that the liquid temperature is the same.
A stick on thermometer strip on your fermenter will give a good indication.
Too cold will lead to slower and longer or incomplete fermentation.

Wine yeast info

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