Portland, OR (PRWEB) May 20, 2011
The Homebrew Exchange (HBX), a DIY beer, soda, wine, and cheese making shop located in the Kenton neighborhood of Portland, Oregon, is introducing a new line of beer ingredient kits. Homebrew Exchange will debut these new items at the second annual Kenton Street Fair on Sunday, May 22.
The new beer ingredient kits include all the ingredients a home brewer will need to make a five gallon batch. There are many varieties of ingredient kits: Porter, IPA, Chamomile Pale Ale, Ginger beer, and a gluten free ale. “Our new ingredient kits allow us to create and share some of our favorite recipes with not only Portland area home brewers, but the whole continent, as we will also be selling them on our web store. The kits range in price from $21 to $47,” said owner Jocelyn Fabbri. “Home brewers who don’t live near a home brew shop can now order the kit for our Gluten Free McGee ale online. Our web store is going to allow us to share our love of home brewing with people across the country.”
Other highlights of the Kenton Street Fair include the sale of all natural, hand-made sodas at the Homebrew Exchange booth. “These sodas are made with real fruit juice, organic herbs, and raw sugar,” said Jocelyn Fabbri. The store will also be conducting a brewing demonstration at noon.
Homebrew Exchange (HBX) is a home brewing supply and gift store located at 1907 N. Kilpatrick Avenue in the Historic Kenton District of North Portland. HBX carries supplies for making beer, wine, soda, mead, and cheese. For further information, visit the Homebrew Exchange’s website at: homebrewexchange.net or call 503-286-0343.
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